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First ever food festival

Felix Chaudhary
Monday, March 03, 2014

BRAZILIAN barbeque, New Zealand seafood, live music and kids' activities will be some of the highlights of the Fiji Beach Resort and Spa's first ever Festival of Food at the Hilton on Denarau Island.

Sales executive Adrienne Sword said the event would be held on Saturday, March 8.

"Our executive chef and expert cuisine team will showcase the very best of locally-sourced and premium imported products in a day of taste sensations," she said.

"Eight specialty cabanas will cater for all tastes, including a Brazilian BBQ stall, fresh New Zealand seafood, Kapiti ice cream and cheese and stalls showcasing locally-sourced food."








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