Aussie chef to bring ‘unforgettable’ dining experience at Fiji resorts

Matt Moran

Australian chef Matt Moran is bringing his iconic paddock-to-plate philosophy to Fiji next month.

He will be taking over the kitchen at two of Fiji’s premium resorts – Sheraton Fiji Golf and Beach Resort and Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay.

With a career spanning over 30 years, Moran’s passion for fresh and seasonal produce will be highlighted by his curated menu on offer across the resorts.

Guests at both resorts will enjoy a special three course dinner designed and hosted by Moran, highlighting local Fijian produce and ingredients, including some directly from the resorts’ kitchen garden.

Fiji Marriott Momi Bay Fish Bar
Fiji Marriott Momi Bay Fish Bar (Photo: Marriott Hotels)

Moran said: “I am truly excited to partner with Marriott International’s Fiji Resorts and look forward to experiencing the beautiful Fiji Islands. Fiji offers an exciting canvas to create something truly special with the freshest line caught seafood and an abundance of fresh vegetables and lush tropical fruits.

“I love teaching people about food and how pure, fresh ingredients, treated simply, are the basis for creating extraordinary dining experiences and I know that Marriott International Fiji aligns with this philosophy. I can’t wait to explore their kitchen gardens myself,” he adds.

Neeraj Chadha, Multi Property Vice President Pacific Islands said: “Dinner with Matt Moran will be an unforgettable experience that perfectly complements our ethos at Marriott in providing unforgettable and exclusive experiences for guests. It is also part of our ongoing commitment to providing our guests with the best hospitality offering possible.”

Moran’s signature menu inclusion will be on the menus at Tatavu Grill & Bar and Fish Bar from 23 March through to 31 August.

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