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Top Choice International in Savusavu & Around

Surf and Turf

This is the poshest restaurant in town, though you wouldn't know it from its dilapidated entrance. It has a beautiful deck overlooking the water, great wine list and lobster on the menu, yet it's as laid back as Sav…
International in Savusavu & Around

Decked Out Café

This no-frills, friendly pad is one of the more popular yachty hangouts: there's always a few old (or young) salts yakking over a beer and nosh in its street-facing covered beer garden. It dishes up all the standard…
Indian in Savusavu & Around

Sea View Café

In front of the Hidden Paradise Guesthouse, this cute place serves surprisingly excellent curries and Fijian specialities just above the roadside where you can watch life go by. The jovial owners also offer cooking …
Bar in Savusavu & Around

Planters’ Club

This was traditionally a place for planters to drink when they brought in the copra, and some of their descendants can still be found clustered around the bar. It’s got a whiff of colonialism and teems with expats. …
Liquor Store in Savusavu & Around

Savusavu Wines & Spirits

It’s amazing what you can find in this little bottle shop: a great wine and international spirits selection as well as imported gourmet coffees, cheeses, cereals and more. There are a couple of tables outside if you…
Bar in Savusavu & Around

Savusavu Yacht Club

Tourists are considered temporary members of this friendly little drinking hole. There are tables out by the waterside, plenty of cold beer and lots of mingling between yachties and expats.
Bar in Savusavu & Around

Waitui Marina

Sit on the balcony upstairs to enjoy classic South Pacific views of the yacht-speckled, palm-lined bay. The bar is well-stocked and all foreigners on holiday are welcomed. Expect locals playing guitars and heavy dri…
International in Savusavu & Around

Captain’s Table

Dine overlooking the bay on a creative assortment of international and Indian fare, like chicken stuffed with spinach, steaks and seafood. It's not silver service, but it's more upmarket than most Savusavu offerings…
Bar in Savusavu & Around

White Stork

This wonky green building houses the rowdiest place in town: everyone is blind drunk by around 11pm and fights are common.
Club in Savusavu & Around


Meaning ‘sexy’ in Fijian, this is where everyone comes to bump and grind to local and international music. It’s a smallish room up a dark flight of stairs and great fun.