Eatery with an edge

Sheraton and Westin resorts Fiji Complex Executive Chef Prabhat Prawin (2nd from right) with his team during the Fashion at Wet Edge in Sheraton Denarau. Picture: BALJEET SINGH

PEOPLE can now enjoy exquisite cuisine at a revamped Wet Edge Restaurant at Sheraton Denarau Villas, complete with signature cocktails.

The popular restaurant had been closed for about a month because of ongoing renovations.

Executive chef Prabhat Prawin said the concept of the restaurant was unique because they focused on using the freshest produce in their dishes.

One of the main features of Wet Edge is its fresh from the farm concept, where produce is sourced from the restaurant’s own farm.

The revamp project has cost about $500,000 and new features include a deck and roofing to allow guests to enjoy meals regardless of the weather.

According to chef Prawin, the restaurant has also increased its seating capacity from 60 to 85.

The kitchen has also been fully renovated with new equipment installed. About 25 staff members work at the restaurant.

The popular restaurant has also climbed up TripAdvisor rankings and is now regarded as the sixth best place to eat on Denarau.

Chef Prawin said they aimed to move to the number one spot.

There are also plans to introduce fine dining at the restaurant in the near future.

Model Eseta Vukasiri showcases an outfit during the Fashion at Wet Edge in Sheraton Denarau Villas in Nadi. Picture: REINAL CHAND

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