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Valentine's dine out

Harold Koi
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

LOOKING for an ambient place for some fine wine and dining in comfort this Valentine's Day, then try the romance and get your money's worth at the Great Wok of China restaurant.

Located in Suva and Nadi, The Great Wok of China has set new standards spreading its aroma around Fiji with their variety of dishes that would easily take care of grumbling tummies.

This Valentine's Day, book a surprise for that special someone, with the Great Wok's magical extravaganza to bloom the love.

Restaurant owners, husband and wife, Jian and Beth Zhu know too well how to treat their customers and experienced staff not only know what food regulars like to eat but which tables they prefer.

They specialise in Sichuan, cuisine and if you're one person that loves hot and spicy, you've got to visit The Great Wok of China. People don't just go there for the food but also for privacy and ambience.

The restaurant has gained a reputation for its crispy fish in Sichuan sauce, and Mrs Zhu says the dish is almost on every table during lunch hours. Or try other dishes like fry chicken with capsicum or peanuts, pork in sauce, lamb strips, lobster, fish, noodles or vegetarian dishes all at your command.

The Great Wok of China can also cater for special occasions like birthday bashes, weddings and anniversaries, but is particular renowned for its Valentine's Day specials.

The Zhu family are the third owners who bought the business in 1998 and over the years learnt to master customer service and keep an open mind to complains, that drive them to prepare dishes to perfection leaving less room for mistakes.

If you're looking for a dining experience of a lifetime, The Great Wok of China is your answer.


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