Ritz Carlton Maldives debuts dining venue ‘Arabesque’

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The Ritz Carlton Maldives Fari Islands has debuted their latest culinary spot dubbed “Arabesque”, which offers diners a sumptuous gastronomical journey from Lebanon to North India. 

Arabesque sits in the Fari Marina Village, accessible by an eight-minute dhoni trip. Awaiting guests is a sunken dining room with hanging lamps and eye-popping fabrics, a fitting tribute to a Bedouin tent. 

Tandoor-grilled meats, mezzes, and street food abound here, and dishes can be enjoyed with a puff on the hookah and sips of Turkish coffee and Moroccan tea. 

“We are looking forward to the continued expansion of our culinary landscape at The Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands,” said Mark Hehir, general manager of The Ritz-Carlton Maldives, Fari Islands. 

“This one-of-a-kind island archipelago featuring three luxury private resorts and marina village offers guests an array of meaningful experiences as well as culinary options. The culinary journey continues with the opening of Arabesque and looks ahead to the opening of Tum Tum, a food truck serving light Asian delights; the perfect welcome stop in the middle of a day of shopping and exploration at the Fari Marina Village.”

The restaurant is headed by chef Mohamed Negm Eldin, an culinary master with experience at the Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru and with Michelin star chefs at internationally renowned restaurants. 

“We plan to take guests on a thrilling journey full of exciting flavours and textures that the cuisine is known for,” said chef Eldin.For more info on the resort visit: www.ritzcarlton.com/maldives