Lebanese Cuisine Has Made It All The Way To This Island


In the heart of Denarau Island in Fiji, the prestigious paradise-like Radisson Blu Resort has just adopted the well-renowned Lebanese cuisine, launching a new restaurant which name probably says it all: Byblos, A Taste of Lebanon.

With exquisite sceneries, fun activities, and 330 islands, Fiji is known for being a landmark for exceptional tourism, attracting vacationers from all over the world, in particular from Australia, New Zealand, and the United States.

Radisson Blu Resort Fiji

Now, the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji can indulge their guests with the worldwide loved cuisine of Lebanon with its rich menu of Lebanese appetizers and dishes that will surely stand up to the restaurant’s name.

Out of all the middle eastern foods, Radisson Blu Resort chose to bring to its visitors some of the finest Lebanese cuisines. And the decision didn’t come out of the blue.

As explained by the resort F&B Director Andreas Reinhardt, they introduced last year some Lebanese dishes that were quite a success, hence their decision to go with a full-flesh Lebanese restaurant.

“They were so popular that we decided to dedicate a full restaurant and a full genuine Lebanese Menu,” Reinhardt said.

Tourists on the tropical island looking to try out exceptional food will now get the chance to indulge in Lebanese cuisine filled with fresh vegetables, juicy meat, and powerful spices.

In fact, the Lebanese Executive Chef Georges Najm has seen to it, even boasting to local media about his mouthwatering traditional Tabbouleh, coupled with his famous hummus, Mashawi (charcoal grill), and an array of Lebanese sweets, among others.

There seem to be vibes of excitement at the resort regarding the opening of Byblos, A Taste of Lebanon. Charles Homsy, the General Manager, shared with pride that it is the first of its kind dining concept in a Fiji’s resort.

The family-friendly resort is using its Lebanese culinary knowledge to add to the overall experience, as we all know that Lebanese food introduces fascinating flavors that get better with every bite.

It is worth mentioning that Lebanese nationals wishing to visit Fiji are required to have a visa for 90 days, which is more than enough to take in the full tropical island experience.

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Lebanese Cuisine Has Made It All The Way To This Island

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