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Siblings Open Karaoke Bar In Lautoka

  Sing for joy Lautoka. The owners of 3 Hungry Bears Bar and Grill have opened a new karaoke bar on top of their fine dining restaurant. 3 Hungry Bears
10 Sep 2017 11:17
Siblings Open Karaoke Bar In Lautoka
The newly opened 3 Hungry Bears Karaoke bar main lounge area

 

Sing for joy Lautoka. The owners of 3 Hungry Bears Bar and Grill have opened a new karaoke bar on top of their fine dining restaurant.

3 Hungry Bears Bar and Grill at 1 Walu Street, Lautoka was established three years ago by siblings; Alice, Ken and Alan Lai.

About Lai siblings

The Lai siblings are originally from Hong Kong, and they migrated to Fiji in the early 1990s where they resided in Lautoka with their parents.

Currently, they also manage another business which in Lautoka is a coffee shop named Sugar ‘N’ Ice.

The Sugar ‘N’ Ice coffee shop has been in business for past six years.

“There’s a lot of competition for us now, especially with the recent TappooCity that has opened in Lautoka,”said director Alice Lai.

New Karaoke Bar

Director Alan Lai said: “The idea behind opening a Karaoke bar was to provide the people some extra form of entertainment and as well as give them something interesting and exciting to look forward to.

“We realised what was lacking in Lautoka, there are no nice bars or good entertainment, especially for those of us who don’t like the rowdiness of a nightclub or have grown out of that phase.

“What was missing was an upmarket bar in Lautoka to just relax, unwind or have a few drinks with friends after work.”

Their karaoke bar can house more than 100 people with a main lounge area and two VIP rooms

“The ambience can be described as classy, elegance with touch of glamour.”

Future plans

In future, she said they plan to expand 3 Hungry Bears to other areas and provide customers with the best service.

“We would like to provide the people of Lautoka a five star experience.

“Because we see that majority of  Lautoka residents have to travel to Nadi to get some sophisticated outing, that’s the reason why we want to do this” said director Alice Lai.

“We just hope that this will provide Lautoka citizens something different, something new to experience,” she said.

Happy hour starts daily from 5-7pm and the bar closes at 1am. The Karaoke bar opened last Friday.

Edited by: Maraia Vula

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