I understand Mango Cafe is now operating out of the owners home in Lami ( near Suva). She lost her...更多
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Unfortunately, this lovely venue has been closed. First, they lost their liquor license; then their entertainment license. The final blow is that they lost their food license. It was a nice venue, with good food and atmosphere. There were local musicians who played from time...更多
Bula Grant M, Thank you for your review and kind words of sympathy. Yes we are now closed in Nasese,...更多
The food was solid, if you want to experience a true taste of Fijian food, this is where you get it. The service was truly acceptable, our waiter struggled a little... but it's forgivable, practice makes perfect. The atmosphere was quiet and tense, like a...更多
Bula Suva to Tokyo, Please excuse the delay in my response. I remember that Sunday when you were all there...更多
We went as a party of four, we wanted to try some authentic fijian food before returning to Sydney. Mango cafe was highly recommended by friends for its fijian buffet and we thought we would give it a try. Upon arrival, the place was really...更多
Mango has beautiful local food (and Western too, if that's your thing). The decor is modest, but if you want a local Fijian experience that's a plus. I give it five stars - most of all for the food and the authentic hospitality.
this café has that feel of a Fijian family inviting you to their home for a meal. Especially Sunday feast --where you can select from many dishes for $25FJD. It is a lovely water front walk then left at the Roads Ministry.
Change of owners saw the end of music and alcohol at this venue. It has inside, outside and upstairs seating available. upstairs can be good for meetings during the day. It offers Sunday lovo lunches at a set price.