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Fine Dining Restaurants in a Luxury Maldives Resort

Shades of Green, Soneva Fushi

Soneva Fushi's  Maldives top-notch dining choices make it a popular destination for celebrities like Madonna, Paul McCartney, and the Beckhams who seek barefoot luxury. It comes as no surprise that the resort offers a wide variety of dining experiences in the Maldives.

Options available on this exclusive island comprise the So Hands On sushi restaurant, an intimate eight-seat dining area created through collaboration with renowned Japanese chef Kenji Gyoten, who holds three Michelin stars.

Next up is Shades of Green. This restaurant emphasizes plant-based dishes, and guests kick off their chef Carsten Kyster-curated tasting experience with a stroll through Soneva Fushi's lush gardens, where appetizers are cleverly tucked away among the greenery.

Fenesse, Jumeirah Vittaveli

Jumeirah Vittaveli offers a choice of over nine dining venues, with Fenesse standing out as a fine dining restaurant that beautifully blends classic and contemporary French dishes.

Enjoy Kobe beef tartare, organic herb-crusted rack of lamb, Lobster Thermidor, or the classic French fish stew bouillabaisse while dining above the azure waters of the Indian Ocean.

Renowned Michelin-starred chefs such as Ollie Dabbous and Anthony Demetre frequently visit, adding their distinct style and expertise to the resort's fortunate guests.

Manta Ray Treehouse, Joali Maldives

At Manta Ray Treehouse, diners enjoy their meals among the trees in areas made of natural materials, designed to look like two large aquatic creatures.

Each dining area accommodates a maximum of eight guests, enjoying Maldivian cuisine that includes popular local dishes like chili and lime tuna, fish curry, and native lobster.

Le 1947, Cheval Blanc Randheli

The Best Dining In Resorts In Maldives  Le 1947 at Cheval Blanc Randheli is named after a well-known vintage wine from Château Cheval Blanc. Unsurprisingly, the restaurant emphasizes refined French cuisine served in a setting that matches the sophistication of the food.

Eric Vidal serves as the culinary director, creating a 12-course tasting menu each week that is influenced by local ingredients. The menu features dishes reflecting his international culinary background, like warm king crab with caviar and yuzu, and tuna with watermelon foam and basil powder.

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

The opening of Ithaa at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island in 2005 marked a significant milestone as the world's inaugural undersea restaurant. Situated five meters beneath the ocean's surface, guests can admire coral gardens and observe the astonishingly varied marine life.

Lunch options at Ithaa may consist of a butter-poached lobster salad with white peach, or an artichoke and roasted garlic soup, alongside a honey-roasted pumpkin cheesecake. Ithaa is available for cocktails, lunch, and dinner, and can be booked for private dining events or weddings.

Destination Dining at Baros Maldives

Baros Maldives first welcomed guests in 1973, and to this day, over 45 years later, the initial coconut plantation continues to provide exceptional dining options.

Like other resorts in the Maldives, there are traditional dining venues as well as private dining options available. One popular private spot is their secluded sandbank, which can be reserved all day.

This could involve a breakfast with smoked salmon and champagne, a sushi lunch, or a barbecue for dinner. Regardless of your choice, the level of romance is undoubtedly high.