Dreamtime Australia Design designed the outlets for the recently refurbished Sheraton Fiji.

Feast Restaurant
Feast is a dramatic restaurant that comes alive at night. The brightly coloured mosaic patterns adorning the walls feature native Fijian flowers, with all artwork completed by Sydney based artist Kenneth King.

Adding to the drama of this restaurant are the cooking stations that are dotted throughout. The central circular buffet and cooking island features two wood fire pizza ovens, of which the flames are visible throughout the restaurant. The food display on the buffet is tiered and ice-wells up-lit to best display the produce. Dessert buffets, a ‘free-form’ shaped bar, a hot kitchen and a children’s buffet area complete the food stations to the restaurant, all of which are mosaic clad.

Flying Fish Restaurant
Flying Fish is the sister restaurant to Flying Fish in Pyrmont, Sydney and overseen by head chef Peter Kuruvita. Dining at Flying Fish is scattered around the pool, on the deck by the bamboo garden and on the beach. Private stone clad booths around the pool offer a view back to Feast, which at night, glows a theatrical warm red.

Dining on the beach underneath the bougainvillea filled timber roof allows you to feel the sand at your feet whilst enjoying the Flying Fish signature dishes. Under the same roof is the beach bar surrounded by daybeds, providing the perfect spot, day or night, to lay back with a cocktail in hand, looking to the water.

The cooking is on show at Flying Fish, where the kitchen is projected towards the dining area and surrounded by a reflection pool where staff travel backwards and forwards over stepping stones, flanked either side

with fire features. The floor to ceiling glass provides a full view of the decorative dim sum and noodle vats and through to the preparation kitchens clad in cranberry coloured mosaic tiles.

Dining on the deck at night is dark and moody, with light reflecting off the pool and a gentle glow present from the up-lit bamboo garden.

Chime Bar
Chime is located off the lobby and features beautiful silks and fabrics in fuchsia pinks, burnt oranges and rich purples. The bar front is clad with hand carved timber panels from a local Fijian carver and glows from the downlights above. The wall behind the bar is clad in local volcanic stone and behind the stage is a floor to ceiling glass wall offering a view to the beautifully planted garden behind, up-lit and filled with native Fijian flowers. The daybeds that surround the perimeter of the bar are a great spot to recline and listen to the band play whilst indulging in cocktails.

Ports O’ Call
A famed restaurant to locals, Port’s O’ Call is an Art Deco inspired fine dining restaurant, filled with brass, rich dark chocolate leathers and a beautiful black and white painted mural by Sydney artist Sally Spratt, referencing celebrations on old cruise liners. A floor to ceiling wine cellar divides the entry from the dining tables behind and glows a warmth of golds. Soft gold fabric panels adorn the walls behind the banquettes, which marries with the dark walnut timber panelling throughout. A cocktail bar and grand piano finish off this restaurant, providing the perfect spot to end a meal with a glass of port.