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“Yummy dinner ”

The Grace Road Kitchen
Ranked #1 of 120 Restaurants in Nadi
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

Very clean, excellent service and good value dinner. We ordered a takeaway dinner. The chilli chicken is a must have if you like spicy food. They also offer a biodegradable food pack if you are an environmentally friendly person. There's ample space for parking.

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Reviewed 11 July 2018 via mobile

Extremely helpful staff when it came to choosing vegetarian options. Delicious food, wonderful service and very good prices! Wished we had come here sooner

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Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

This restaurant is super close to the smugglers cove cluster of hotels and backpackers and the food is delicious, affordable and the service is great.

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Reviewed 6 July 2018

My stay in Nadi were mostly between 2 resort hotels in Wailoaloa Beach. Main town is about 15 to 20 minutes by either taxi or bus except Fridays which is like a Sabbath day in Fiji. Nothing stirs, most shops are closed and no PUVs on a Friday. Grace Road Kitchen is a welcome establishment for tourists staying in Wailoaloa because most dish in these resortbeaches are pricey. This post covers 2 visits. Most of the main dish will cost you about F$15. I got Chicken Teriyaki - $14- one time, and a Dakgalgi the next. Dakgalgi is a stir fried chicken fillet and vegetables with hot chilli pepper paste at just $13.

Grace Road Kitchen serves 100% organic rice grown by their own farm. I saw branches in Martintar, Lautoka and the capital of Suva down south. This one though, along Palm Road, about 3 blocks worth of walking, and situated along Palm Road, a highway, is mostly deserted because it's at the fringes of town. The cashier/server is warm and speaks impeccable like most of Fijians, even those I meet in the Fijian islands. Just beside this kitchen is a convenience store which has stuff that most tourists would need. Just across the street is a fine dining restaurant managed by the same people running Grace Road Kitchen - thus pricey. Be aware of their opening closing hours, and their Fridays which has no service.

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Reviewed 19 June 2018

simle menu so not confusing. beautiful people and freshly grown produce and all for a good cause. good for children also.

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