Known for beautiful atolls, stunning white sand beaches and magnificent crystal clear lagoons, the Maldives is definitely a dream holiday destination. And while you’re on a trip with your significant other, how can you miss a lavish and romantic dining.
There are many places to get delicious food in Maldives that have managed to capture attention (read: appetites). To help you impress your spouse, we’ve shortlisted 4 innovative restaurants that will give you more than just a gastronomical experience.
Inspired by Middle Eastern and Indian Ocean cuisine, Senses is located inside LUX* Maldives. This restaurant never fails to delights with its tempting menu of tagines, tandoori prawns and unique tropical sorbets. We recommend you to not miss salads, grills and local seafood.
Ithaa Undersea Restaurant
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island’s Ithaa is one of the most beautiful restaurants of the Maldives. Ithaa, located at 16 feet below sea level, is the world’s first all-glass undersea restaurant, a truly unique and unforgettable experience.
It offers 180-degree panoramic views of the vibrant coral gardens surrounding it. Guests can enjoy delicious contemporary European cuisine in a six-course set dinner menu. Expect indulgences such as caviar for dinner. Mid-morning cocktails will surely make your dine great.
Edgy and contemporary in design, Edge is one of the most stunning restaurants of the Maldives. Situated in Per Aquum Niyama, this is an overwater dining which is only accessible by boat.
Edge focuses on fresh local seafood, including only local Maldivian reef fish, highlighted with modern techniques. We highly recommend you to try their five-course set menu – Wahoo Sashimi, Pan Fried Scallop, Carnaroli Risotto, Wagyu Beef Tenderloin and Nougatine Cereals.
Soneva Fushi Resort’s Bar(a) Bara is a retreat to foster romance with all the aquatic beauty of the Maldives at your feet. Sip on some refreshing cocktails, fresh squeezed juices of organic fruits while laying back on a cushioned hammock suspended over the Indian Ocean. Watch the dance of fish schooling beneath the waves.