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Europe inspires bar, eatery

Shayal Devi
Saturday, February 08, 2014

THE latest restaurant to offer a fine dining experience with a taste of European culture has officially opened its doors to the public.

The Vibe Bar and Restaurant in Martintar, Nadi, was launched on Wednesday night and managing director Graham Applin said they wanted to make sure every detail surrounding the restaurant was perfect before the official opening.

The idea for the restaurant is drawn from European bars that are famous for unique delicacies and house music.

"We have been inspired by Ibiza, which has become a very fashionable destination for tourists of all ages who go there to have a good time."

He said members of the public wanted to experience something of high standard and new.

British celebrity chef Tim Payne is also working with Mr Applin on getting the restaurant up and running.

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