EATING OUT - GIZO

Budget Eats
JP Café

Open weekdays and provides some budget meals including fish and chips along with stir frys. Situated behind the UNICEF office and quite small, it is run by the local SSEC pastor with his family and are always welcoming of guests.

Gizo Nest Restaurant
Popular among many of the Asian community, they provide a large selection of curries, stir fry, chop suey, fried rice and noodles priced around S$35 each. They are licensed and also open for dinner most nights (depending on the local power supply!).

Casual Dining / Bars
SB Bar

Located at the Sanbis Resort, this new fun public bar includes light meals and snacks at good prices. Choose from a BBQ style menu such as meat patties, grilled fish or chicken wings all complemented with rice and salads for around S$50. More substantial meals can also be ordered from their normal restaurant menu. A regular boat operates from Gizo every couple of hours to get you there and back and is open seven days for lunch and dinner.

Leaf Haus Restaurant & Bar
Located at the Gizo Hotel, choose from a large selection of both local and international flavoured dishes including crumbed calamari, crayfish salad and meat pies. Situated on the second floor of the hotel you can enjoy the view of Gizo while relaxing over a meal or a drink. They have local dances and regular entertainment each week and is a meeting point for many of the local expats. Cooked lunches from S$80 and dinner from S$120.

PT. 109 Bar
Named after John F Kennedy’s patrol boat, PT. 109 bar overlooks Gizo Harbour and located at the opposite end of town to the main markets. It has a good selection of drinks and snacks and is popular among locals, especially on one of their dance party nights. There is also shower and bathroom facilities available for visiting yachties that can anchor just off shore.


Semi-Formal
Fatboys Restaurant & Bar

You don’t need to be staying at Fatboys to enjoy the unique experience this location has to offer. Sitting over the water and only a short boat ride from Gizo, it is a very popular spot for drinks and a game of pool, relaxed dinners or the popular Sunday lunch. Their monthly full moon parties are also well known in town as a great night out and they have a good selection of drinks including cocktails.


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