Wanting to know about buying groceries/food supplies. We will be staying in September 2019 with a 6month old, and 2 year old. Wanting to self cater as much as possible. Where’s the best place to do our grocery shopping?
And how much are coffees at the coffee hut on site?
Take as much food for the children as you can, baby food, snacks,cereal, biscuits etc. Take your coffee/tea as it’s very expensive in the super markets, you can even take your wine if you drink it because it is VERY expensive. We went to the markets in Nadi for fresh fruits and veggies but with 2 little ones you may only want to do this trip once as the taxi will end up costing you about $40 to $60 for the trip the bus is a lot cheaper but getting back on the bus with groceries and 2 little ones might be more hassle than it’s worth, we mainly shopped at the grocery store at the marina and the other one in Denarau( I can’t remember the name) meat is expensive though. The bakery at the Marina is very cheap for bread (cheaper than Aus!) we also used uht milk because it was cheaper. I hope this helps
Hi, we tend to take quite a few of our provisions with us, e.g. breakfast cereals, cheeses made only in NZ (Customs won't accept outside of NZ cheeses), crackers, sauces, tea/coffee. As long as everything is in their original sealed bags you will be fine getting through. Other than that we shop in at the local market at Nadi and the supermarkets. There is a new supermarket ( by bridge on the way into island) just across from the complex which is lovely, clean and handy. Day to day we buy our bread at the resort shop. Meat, chicken is bought from the Aussie butcher on the way into Nadi. Ask anyone they will tell you. We generally bbq and have the odd night out at a resort restaurant.
We bused into Nadi for our first grocery shop but don't expect to find all the normal foods you would buy at home. I recommend the market near the bus stop for fruit and veggies (definitely buy pineapples). There is a butcher in Nadi (who also delivers) that we recommend called Ozzie butcher or something.
Fiji doesn't stop you bringing packet food in, so next time I'd bring as much as possible: cereal, muesli bars, crackers, baby food etc.... As there was only cabin bread and no crackers in the supermarkets.
The resort will have some supplies too: eggs, milk, cheese, chips and other bits and pieces but of course it will be more expensive. The bread in Fiji is very cheap and very white.
Good luck and have a great holiday :-)
The best place to buy groceries is at the new supermarket near the entrance to the island. Immediately on entering the island you come across a roundabout, if you take the road to the left and follow it to the end (it goes straight then a left turn), this will take you to a supermarket that has about everything you could want and has a good variety.
The prices a reasonable too. Most people but there meat from the butchers (which is owned by an Aussie), South Pacific Butchering Company. We purchased meat from here and it was good and reasonably priced.
I cannot remember the cost of the coffee.
Take the dollar bus to, Nadi town,grocery shops are,near market ,are on every corner,taxis,located,every where,get taxi back to Wyndham Denarau,stop at Aussie butcher,on way back to resort taxi,is about ten Fiji dollars return by taxi saves a lot of hassles.
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