Right by the lagoon, Celebrate Life at Sails!
Sails opened its doors on the 10th of July 1996, on Beach Road, Apia, at a delightful 140 year old building which was home to Scottish Author Robert Louis Stevenson when he first arrived in Samoa in the late 1800s.
Since then Sails has moved to its current location on Mulinu'u Point a 5 minute drive from central Apia, past Parliament House. A great breezy spot right on the beach with uninterrupted panoramic views of the Apia lagoon and harbor. Sails Restaurant offers a selection of Steaks, Pastas, Salads and Seafood dishes.
Sails Restaurant caters for functions, weddings, cocktails, family reunions and celebrations, and kayaks for the kids!
A taxi drive from Central Apia
An approximately 10-15 minute walk from Central Apia
Chef – Pati Fesuiaiga, born in Samoa, he is a graduate of the Australian Pacific Technical College (APTC) and has attained a Certificate of Cookery 3. He has an interest in cooking magazines and experimenting with recipes. He helps put the trainee chefs through their paces and what is expected of them in the hospitality industry in Samoa.
Trainee Chef - Nicky Touli, born in Samoa, and was a member of Samoas sailing team in 2013 to the Pacific Mini Games in Wallis and Futuna and has worked at Sails Bar and Restaurant since 2008 and has been awarded a full scholarship from the Australian Government facilitated by Sails Restaurant to attend the Australian Pacific Technical College for his Certificate 3 in Cookery. He has a very promising career ahead of him, and wants to be head chef one day.
Trainee Chef – Aneseko, born in Samoa, has been working with Sails Restaurant since 2010 and has been awarded a full scholarship from the Australian Government facilitated by Sails Restaurant to attend the Australian Pacific Technical College for his Certificate 3 in Cookery.
Kitchen Hand – Uini and Lenni