Special deals are available at the Ritz Carlton Maldives
Posted on: 5/13/2021, 9:45:33 AM
With seven restaurants and two pubs, The Ritz Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands will open on June 1, 2021. Diners will immerse themselves in a diverse culinary environment and explore the globe on their tongues. Try Cantonese tapas, lift a bottle of rosé to the sunset, or indulge in Afternoon Tea.
La Locanda is a culinary and cultural festival in Southern Italy. Summer Pavilion, an overwater hotel, is modeled after Singapore's Michelin-starred Summer Pavilion. The wine cellar at the resort carries over 600 rare and high-end brands and specializes in traditional Chinese tea traditions. The drinks, which are inspired by the speakeasy era and served at the table to foster a sense of conspiracy, are inspired by the speakeasy era. The hotel's exclusive Italian library, which is surrounded by an exclusive Kevala, covers music, fashion, food, and decor. A billiards table with a private billiard for up to ten guests is available at the poolside poolside lounge.
IWAU is an open-air Japanese restaurant with two teppanyaki grills for nine people. The adjacent Eau Bar has a sleek design that wraps around the classic oval infinity pool in a half moon shape. Enjoy a tableside drink made from organic fresh ingredients while sampling a variety of fresh oysters and caviar on the menu. The evening is more moody, with a variety of cocktails made at each table and inspired by Maldivian spices.
Beach Shack is an outdoor family restaurant with its own open-air dining area. There is also a gelato store and two additional restaurants on the premises. The resort's food offerings are supplemented by two additional eateries in the Fari Marina Village. Tum Tum is a South East Asian food truck that specializes in wok and steam-cooked street food. Since the hotel is connected to the dive center, visitors will participate in Jean-Michel Cousteau Naturalist workshops. FariMarina Village is a shopping, cultural, and dining destination in FariMarina Village.
The Ritz Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands is committed to zero waste. A bespoke Japanese menu is available in the infinity pool, as well as a sunrise yoga brunch. The resort has a zero-tolerance policy for single-use plastic, which includes napkins, coasters, condiments, and menus. Wherever meat is eaten, it is organically grown and 100 percent grass fed. Plant-based choices will be included on each restaurant's menus to inspire customers to try a vegan diet, but all meats will be organically raised. Per drop of cooking oil would be extracted and converted into biodiesel.