Competition healthy in the restaurant business
February 22, 2019 4:24 pm
Fijians continue to benefit from the many restaurants and eateries available in the capital.
The popularity of curry houses and specialty Indian cuisine leaves many spoiled for choice.
For Ashiyana owners Dhruv Morris, the competition is welcomed, enabling the authentic north Indian restaurant to continue to transform itself.
“Yeah it’s many more options for people and it’s a challenge for us you know, like it’s not a monopoly anymore but then we, I can tell that I’m a pioneer in that and other, our opponent has opened and some of them try to follow the same menu and everything so that even made me to change my style and menu and get a different cook from India. I’ve got three different Chefs now from India.”
Meanwhile, Ashiyana which is located in the Old Town Hall Building, a heritage site in Suva has undergone an extensive renovation and expansion.
The restaurant will officially open its expanded space on the 8th of March.