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A COMPANY that believes in promoting local produce in their recipes has opened another one of its signature restaurants in the Central Division.
Grace Road Group, already known for its organic farming and various restaurants, opened its new restaurant at Rups Bazaar in 9 miles late last month.
The new restaurant consists of a new duo concept — the Grace Road Kitchen and Noodle Story — under one roof allowing its customers to enjoy both Korean and Asian cuisines as well as noodles for all to enjoy without having to drive to two different restaurants.
Senior administrator Dohee Ana Choi said the Grace Road Kitchen offered variety of Korean and Asian cuisines with fresh organic ingredients grown and harvested from their Grace Farm in Navua.
Meanwhile at Noodle Story, customers can get various noodles that range from hot, cold, and even fried noodles, made from flour and cassava, also from their own Grace Farm in Navua.
Ms Choi said the menus had no preservatives or additives including its noodle dough, stock, and sauce.
The group has invested more than $2.5 million in its food business and is preparing to launch its new pizza shop in the Capital City next week.
A statement from the group said it still emphasised its usage of local ingredients and items to create their unique food and beverage recipes.
It said the company believed that its restaurants will encourage more people to enjoy healthier food and raise the food standard in Fiji.
According to the statement the group has restaurants starting from Lami, Suva, Nadi, and even in Vanua Levu and it plans to continue expanding its business all over Fiji.