Every Vegetarian’s dream is now in Fiji as the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji officially launched Fiji’s First Modern Vegetarian Restaurant called ‘Wild Thyme’.
This new and exciting food and beverage concept offers a modern vegetarian dining experience that gourmet-minded vegetarians crave but rarely encounter in Fiji. With delectable à la carte menus paired with vegan wines and bespoke cocktails, both vegetarians and vegans are catered for in the intimate setting by the hotels beachfront.
The Wild Thyme menu is ultimately plant-based for vegetarians and vegans, immersing in an array of exotic flavours with a modern and stylish twist to the presentation of meals. All dishes are prepared freshly upon order, using authentic recipes with the finest local ingredients. Delivered with impeccable service among intimate tropical surrounds, it is truly a modern dining experience first to Fiji and open for all.
“For non-vegetarians this is your chance for an exquisite dining experience keeping it meat free, be daring and try something new at Wild Thyme,” says Andreas Reinhardt, Executive Chef at the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji.
This is an excerpt from an article originally published by South Pacific Tourism Organisation.
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