AS visitor arrivals into the country surge owing to school holidays in Australia, Jack's of Fiji business development general manager Babu Bhai Chawda said patron numbers at the company's eateries have been increasing.
"In that sense business is good because families are flocking to Fiji and coming to hotels at Denarau which has subsequently led to an increase in patrons to our restaurants," he said.
Banking on the increased activity, one of the company's flagship eateries is looking to celebrate its fifth year of existence in style.
In the space of five short years, Indigo Restaurant and Bar has stamped its authority as a definitive curry house in the country by offering authentic Indian, Indo-Fijian and Asian flavours in a myriad of styles.
Its fifth anniversary will be marked with special dishes, happy hour beer prices and themed nights.
Restaurant operations manager Vishal Sami said curry lovers should not pass up on the events and food they are preparing.
"Because we are essentially an Indian restaurant, our celebrations have been themed as such. We will have entertainment by the Masti Arts and Dance Group and will also be giving patrons a chance to sample a number of dishes unique to Indigo that our chefs from India have created just for our birthday party," he said.
Mr Sami said face painting and musical chairs for kids under the watchful eyes of nannies have also been organised.
"We want parents to come, relax, wine and dine and enjoy the entertainment without having to worry about their children."
Indigo's birthday bash begins on Saturday with happy hour from 3-6pm followed by entertainment and theme dining.