World-class cuisine inspired by local ingredients. Presented with the passion and authenticity behind every Auberge culinary experience, Nanuku is a Fiji resort and offers a remarkable dining experience as part of your stay. From inventively crafted cuisine to familiar comforts, our menus are inspired by the highest quality and locally sourced ingredients—from garden fresh produce to fresh caught seafood—to create a fabulous fusion of international and Fijian dishes.
WAI POOL BAR
Relax in the shade or enjoy the warm sun from the Sunset Deck, where you can lounge poolside with cold tropical drinks from our Wai Pool Bar.
Overlooking the pristine azure waters, kick back with family and friends and watch the sun set on another perfect Fiji day.
Relax and enjoy the luxury of superlative service and allow us to prepare a special picnic for you. Whether it’s an afternoon relaxing on the beach, a getaway to our private island or an off-site excursion, we can pack a perfect picnic for your day of discovery.
IN VILLA DINING
Relax and enjoy the luxury of your expansive villa. Let us prepare a special Fiji dining experience for you and your loved ones. Enjoy an alfresco private dining by the pool, or an in villa chef for a home-cooked family meal or a formal sit down dinner.
FIJIAN FOOD SAFARI
Experience a true taste of the island, through a food safari where we invite guests to get hands-on and learn how to prepare unique cultural dishes inspired by the region.
Visit a waterfall and stream and catch local prawns. Climb a coconut tree and make lolo (coconut milk). Then watch how the local Fijians cook the prawns in bamboo tubes using the coconut milk. Head to the Spice Farm of Fiji to learn how spices such as vanilla, cinnamon, and cardamom are cultivated and cured. Then select your own mud crab from the local Crab Farm. Explore the local market and taste organic seasonal produce. Learn how kava is grown, about its medicinal properties, and the ancient cultural traditions. Learn how to weave baskets, and help wrap food for the traditional Fiji lovo (in-ground oven). The grand finale includes a bonfire on the beach and a demonstration of fire walking.