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Friday, May 03, 2013

THE best measure of any dining venue is the number of returnee guests!

One of Fiji's upmarket holiday destinations, Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island offers some of the most extensive dining options available.

Led by chef Henry Selman under the direction of the director Food and Beverage Robert Wilkes, they have come up with a Mother's Day menu for your very special mum.

Originally from Australia, chef Henry has had extensive work experience in some of Sydney's exclusive fine dining restaurants and brings that knowledge to Fiji.

On Mother's Day, lunch at Blu Restaurant leaves you spoilt for choice. Choose from their a la carte menu while the chefs whip up some specialised dishes that we know mum will love.

The menu features the very best from land and sea — with sweet finishes to complete this special day.

Mother's Day night at Radisson Blu's award winning Cross restaurant features a la carte selections and a special prix fixe option.

Especially for Mother's Day, the choices include:

Entree: Pacific ocean smoked salmon served with a velvet avocado, crisp sour dough, salmon caviar, orange and finished with Yarra Valley fetta.

Main: Choice one:- Seared duck with a thyme and duck confit sausage finished with red wine sugar plum sauce, celeriac remoulade and accompanied with chèvre filled crispy artichoke.

Choice two: Australian Petit Filet with a rich beetroot demi-glaze, honeyed long beans and a pommes dauphinoise

Dessert: Hazelnut semifreddo served with a homemade soft nougat, chocolate meringue, hot fudge sauce and sugar blueberries.





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