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Dine at Nanuku

A Fresh Twist on Pacific Rim Cuisine

Fresh, unique flavors in Nanuku
The best part of working at Nanuku, according to Executive Chef Oliver Scarf, is the incredible variety of sea life that surrounds the resort right in Beqa Lagoon. It’s where Chef Oliver gets the reef trout, lobster, octopus, snapper, tuna, mahi mahi and more, sourced through specially cultivated relationships with area fishermen, that star in his inspired Pacific Rim menus. Enjoy the freshest catch of the day at our restaurants, including our signature fine-dining Kanavata Restaurant and Lounge, to an incredible treetop dining experience over the waves.
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Kanavata Restaurant and Lounge

Come here for internationally-inspired Pacific Rim cuisine that showcases fish and seafood freshly-caught right here in Beqa Lagoon, along with South Pacific specialties like ivi chestnuts, peach palm hearts and more.
  • Mood is elegant and romantic
  • Located in the Clubhouse
  • Open 7am-11pm, daily
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Private Dining

When you crave a night unlike any other, our chef will craft a menu personalized for your special occasion. It will unfold in one of our many romantic and secluded outdoor nooks or in the privacy of your villa in an atmosphere of understated romance—created for you two and for one unforgettable moment in time.

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Andrew Harper

Top Ten Dining

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ANZ Fiji Excellence in Tourism

Best Dining Experience – 2016

Stories from Nanuku

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Do Fijian Pirates Found the Cure to Hangovers Centuries Ago

It took a killer hangover to get me on the bilibili. This floating Fijian bamboo raft isn't for the faint of heart but it offered my only deliverance after a night of tasting the island's award-winning rum. Drifting deeper into the forest canopy, I searched for a secret medicinal herb the island's first pirates once used while they were developing sugarcane for rum in the 1800s.

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Meet Chef Oliver Scarf

With Oliver Scarf as its new Executive Chef, Nanuku takes a “culinary quantum leap forward,” says General Manager Sascha Hemmann. The New Zealand native brings years of experience training at some of the South Pacific’s best restaurants. Scarf cut his culinary teeth at the iconic Laucala Resort in Taveuni, followed by stints at the Te Waonui Forest Retreat in Franz Josef and at the two-hat “Pescatore” restaurant at the George Hotel in Christchurch. He has a keen interest in raw and dehydrated cuisine, using what’s fresh and in season in Fiji, and looks forward to incorporating both elements in his wellness-focused menus at Nanuku.