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Jack's new eateries

Ropate Valemei
Friday, February 22, 2013

JACK'S of Fiji will open a new chain of restaurants in the Central Division.

Business Development general manager Babu Bhai Chawda revealed the latest investment this week saying their focus was now on restaurants this year instead of a retail outlet.

"We are looking at doing something in Suva and we should be able to know the decision by next month," Mr Chawda said.

Apart from retail shops, Jack's of Fiji operates six restaurants which included Hard Rock Café at Port Denarau, a new Mexican restaurant at Wyndham Resort, Bonefish Fiji Seafood Restaurant and Saffron Tandoori Restaurant, all in the Western Division.

He said Jack's of Fiji was a multi-award-winning family business founded in 1969 as Jack's Handicraft.

The company has a widespread retail network, with eight stores of distinction at 26 locations across Fiji including boutique shops at major hotels and resorts such as The Sheraton Fiji, Westin Resort and Spa, Sofitel Resort, Shangri-La's Fijian Resort, Outrigger on the Lagoon, Warwick Resort, Tokatoka Resort and Tanoa International Resort.





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