Colonial Arms Restaurant
The menu exemplifies what Colonial Arms Restaurant has become known for, with classic local and international dishes given a refined twist, without ever losing their flavour or heartiness. As the name suggests, the restaurant's walls reminisce Labasa's colonial history with pictures of the past that have fascinating stories behind them. Fresh salads, tasty sandwiches, delicious pizzas and a range of main course items to suit you are available daily from 6.30am to 10.30pm. Fresh walu excellently marinated in lemon juice with coconut cream is a dish not to be missed, but it's the onions, tomato, capsicum and a hint of chillies that really lifts the dish. The Grand Eastern Thai Lamb does not disappoint. Slices of lamb sautéed with garlic, onions, chillies, capsicum in a special Thai sauce is pleasing. Other highlights include Seafood Ragout, a rich seafood combination stew served with garlic bread and Chicken Coriander, pieces of chicken supreme sautéed in butter, garlic, chillies and coriander. Succulent dishes delicately paired with a delicious array of desserts will leave you perfectly satiated, without being overly full.
Located beside the swimming pool, the fully air-conditioned Senidovu Bar has certainly raised that “bar” with its extensive range of spirit varieties, wines, chilled Fiji beer and cocktail classics that will attract and seduce patrons. The name Senidovu means sugarcane flower in the iTaukei language and it depicts Labasa's colonial history as a strong sugarcane belt. The bar is open from 6.30am to 10.30pm daily and is a superb place to unwind during the hot and humid weather. Happy hour is from 4pm to 8pm daily. The bar also hosts mocktail and cocktail functions.