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Bulaccino
Friday, November 23, 2012

AFTER being devastated by the floods in early 2012, Bulaccino Café in Nadi relocated to the Nataly Building in Namaka. Due to its size and layout, the new location (formerly Outer Reef Seafood Grill) opened up new opportunities for Bulaccino to expand their product and service range.

Bulaccino has an airconditioned cosmopolitan setting complete with private meeting room (seats 12), specialty wine cellar, wi-fi, and The Bakery Window open from 6am every day for long loaves, buns, a range of freshly baked gourmet breads including low GI and Gluten-free, and their famous range of cakes and pastries.

Pass by the large window affording a full view of the spotless kitchen with the chefs at work, and follow the path up the back to an outdoor garden setting that easily seats 60. With a mixture of covered and open-air spaces, the Bulaccino garden is an all-weather venue with flat-screen TVs and a beautiful array of plants. Altogether it creates an atmosphere of a secret garden in the bustle of Nadi.

Discreetly located in the garden area is the 'Hemisphere Wine Bar'. Stocked with the essential favourites and tastefully decorated, Hemisphere is the ideal spot for a cold one after work or meet with friends to enjoy some sumptuous and very reasonably priced tapas. Fridays and Saturdays there is live entertainment.

The addition of a commercial specialty bakery and cold production rooms with walk-in refrigeration allowed Bulaccino to expand further into the wholesale market. They currently cater for various other food outlets, hotels, tour companies and business houses. Bulaccino is also a popular venue for hosting private functions. Beautiful cakes can be ordered for special occasions.

Bulaccino Nadi Café and Bakery is open from 6am to 5pm daily for all—day breakfast and lunch; and for dinner Wednesday to Sunday. The menu rivals the best that Fiji has to offer with particular emphasis on fresh, wholesome ingredients, some of which come directly from the Bulaccino organic farm in Votualevu. The desserts are to die for... and they still know how to make a great cup of coffee!





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