There’s a New Overwater Dining Destination in the Maldives

Soneva Fushi has taken the Maldivian resort dining experience to new heights with Out of the Blue, a two-story overwater structure dedicated entirely to the art of eating and drinking.

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Soneva Fushi has taken the Maldivian resort dining experience to new heights with Out of the Blue, a two-story overwater structure dedicated entirely to the art of eating and drinking.

The main attraction is its namesake 50-seater venue, a foodie’s wonderland with several themed zones including a cheese room, a chocolate and ice-cream parlor, and So Hot, which comes equipped with a tandoor oven, robata grill, and pizza oven.

Elsewhere in the structure, gourmands will find venues plating up Modern Chinese and Japanese cuisine, a teppanyaki table for just eight diners, and a five-seater sushi bar primed to host visiting greats such as Kenji Gyoten—the youngest three-Michelin-starred chef in Japan.

Another highlight? Surprise dinners at Once Upon A Table, cooked by a rotating roster of star chefs from around the world.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the June/July 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Bolt from the Blue”).

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