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Fiji Pacific palate

A rich tropical landscape and abundant ocean are the hallmarks of Fiji’s fast-developing cuisine. Add to that Indian spice, innovative local chefs and strong traditions, and you’ve an addictive mix, says Michael Harden

Lance Seeto is excited. The executive chef of Mana Island Resort & Spa and star of hit Fijian TV cooking show Taste of Paradise is standing on the site of his almost-completed latest project, a restaurant perched on one of the island’s northern headlands. The view is exactly how you would picture a tropical idyll to be – all white sand and calm ocean marbled with deep greens to startling blues, dotted with some of the other jewel-like islands in Fiji’s spectacular Mamanuca chain. The…

  • The Ari Cats

    Ari, Bangkok, Thailand The Ari Cats

    The hipsters are beating a path to Ari, a Bangkok residential district turned hotspot for dining out, street food, drip coffee and food entrepreneurs, says Annica Wainwright
  • Kitt & Caboodle

    St Kitts Kitt & Caboodle

    Great food is never far away in St Kitts- an island whose cuisine is at the core of its reinvention, a decade after the sugar factories closed for good. Today, rum, reggae and dining by the beach are drawing the crowds, says Judy Bastyra
  • Holy Mole

    Oaxaca, Mexico Holy Mole

    Aztec hot chocolate, boundless maize and rich sauces are big reasons to visit the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Anthea Gerrie enjoys its ruins, worm-laced mezcal and hot-as-hell chillies
  • Life in the Fast Lane

    Melbourne, Australia Life in the Fast Lane

    Melbourne’s labyrinthine streets are home to Australia’s most developed food scene. Solve the cobbled maze and be rewarded with international food utopia, says Michael Harden
  • Chaat Show

    Indore Chaat Show

    One of India’s fastest-growing cities, Indore goes to work on its stomach. Michael Raffael hits the road, sampling the ubiquitous street food of this emerging powerhouse
  • Lyon’s Share

    Lyon, France Lyon’s Share

    Known for its nouvelle cuisine, this centre of gastronomy has its roots in a much homelier style of cooking. Anthea Gerrie tastes the best and discovers the mères who taught today’s masters.
  • Gourmet Gold Rush

    Oregon, USA Gourmet Gold Rush

    Why do so many artisan producers and talented chefs want to ply their trade in Oregon? Its wine country, coastline crammed with the choicest crab, oysters, and an enviable quality of life could be the answer for the prospectors, says Fiona Sims.
  • Belgian Bounty

    Ardennes Belgian Bounty

    The canopy of the Ardennes' vast forests hides far more than an infamous European battleground. Michael Raffael uncovers a rich culinary heritage preserved by artisans of brewing and baking, cheese and charcuterie
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