We’re spoilt for choice when it comes to dining options in the Pacific. From Vomo’s romantic beachside tables in Fiji to Asian street food in Solomon Islands and fire shows in Vanuatu, the Pacific is a melting pot of cuisines with locations to match.
Holiday Inn, Port Vila
Located just minutes from the centre of Port Vila with exclusive lagoon frontage, Holiday Inn Resort Vanuatu is a tropical oasis that is renowned for sumptuous island cuisine and ambient dinners on the beach.
If you’re searching for a stunning island setting and a special night out for you, your loved one and the family, then head to Holiday Inn and experience a tiki torch-lit themed dinner.
It’s one of the few occasions where it’s acceptable to wear your best beach sandals to dinner! Feel the sand between your toes while your feet tap to the beat of fantastic live cultural entertainment and indulge in a delicious dinner created by the resort’s team of talented chefs.
Live cultural entertainment includes the Vanua fire show, Sea Snake dance group and the South Pacific dance group. Themed dinners are available each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evening from 6pm. Entertainment varies each night.
P: +678 22040
Coral Sea Resort & Casino in Honiara has really lifted the bar in Solomon Islands dining. Their signature restaurant, Haydn’s offers the largest range of steaks in town.
From Australian Angus rump to T-Bone, along with eye fillet … you will be spoilt for choice.
According to head chef Richard Marshall, the secret to serving the best quality comes down to sourcing the meat. The food and beverage team works tirelessly to source premium quality steaks from Australia. If you are in Honiara, you cannot miss Haydn’s Big Steak Nights – all steak mains are reduced by 15 per cent on Saturday night.
If steak isn’t your thing, Haydn’s also presents a yum cha formula, including a beautifully crafted dim sum selection. Grab at least two hungry friends and simply enjoy! Every Sunday from 11am until 2.30pm.
While Haydn’s Steakhouse has been the benchmark for special occasions and events in Honiara since its opening last year – its sister venue, the Boardwalk serves as the hub of the Coral Sea’s Asian street food action.
Designed by chef Frank Foo, the lunch and dinner menus take a twist on Asian street food with influences coming from Malaysia, Thailand, China and Vietnam.
Wednesday is Shell Out night and serves up an ever-changing menu of dishes including Solomons fresh and live seafood, Malaysian side dishes and more.