Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Flying Fish @ Sheraton Fiji Resort

Australian celebrity chef Peter Kuruvita's Flying Fish restaurant at Sheraton Fiji Resort makes for a pleasant place for lunch: Feel the sand in your toes at this beach-side venue while digging into seafood specialities such as kokoda, Fiji's version of ceviche, and mahi-mahi curry with tamarind chutney.


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  1. Breathtaking!!! Mahi mahi, eh? Hmmm...I wonder what that tastes like and whether those flying fish are edible or not.

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    1. Suituapui: ooo, i guess i'd say mahi mahi tastes similar to sea bass! :)

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  2. My, that ceviche looks like bubur cha cha...if not for the toasted baguette and pea shoots that gave it away...haha! ;D P/S: Your underwater shots are pristine clear :) Snorkeling in Fiji? You're living the good life! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: you're right - it did resemble bubur cha cha (which i didn't notice, heheh) :D yeah, i'm actually a terrible swimmer, but i enjoy being around the sea and lakes - the sense of space is really restorative for the soul, after months of kl's urban claustrophobia :)

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  3. Another paradise island! Love the view. The Fijian version of ceviche seems very soupy.

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    1. Phong Hong: yeah, the kokoda has a lot of citrus juices and coconut milk added to it, so you're right, it has some watery elements :D

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  4. It's heaven or what, that's too beautiful to get my eyes off those scenery.

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    1. Choi Yen: yes, fiji is quite magical, especially if you love islands. there are direct flights from singapore, sydney and melbourne :)

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