JOALI Maldives brings culinary art to life with Le Petit Chef 

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JOALI Maldives is taking its commitment to art to a whole new level by taking it off the canvas and onto the dinner table with its latest culinary creation, Le Petit Chef.

The resort’s Japanese restaurant, Saoke, has been transformed with the installation of Le Petit Chef, a one-of-a-kind culinary experience that blends technology and theatre to create an unforgettable meal.

Le Petit Chef uses cutting-edge 3D mapping technology to project a tiny chef onto diners’ plates. Guests are then taken on a whimsical journey as the smallest chef in the world prepares a delicious six-course meal right before their eyes.

“We are thrilled to bring Le Petit Chef to JOALI Maldives,” said Enver Arslan, General Manager.

“This creative dining experience is the perfect addition to our already exceptional culinary offerings. We are confident that our guests will be blown away by the creativity, technology, and sheer fun of this incredible installation.”

Le Petit Chef will be available at Saoke for six months, offering guests a once-in-a-lifetime dining experience. 

“Le Petit Chef isn’t just about the food – it’s an immersive experience that invites diners to rediscover their inner child. From the moment the meal begins, guests are transported to a magical world where anything is possible. The charming animations and whimsical storyline make this a truly unique dining experience that is sure to captivate guests of all ages,” the resort said.