Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas upgrades their over-water Teppanyaki restaurant 

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Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas announces the reopening of its overwater Teppanyaki restaurant, Fire. Fire has undergone a considerable upgrade, with an elevated aesthetic, an expanded seating capacity, and a new menu.

Renowned for its fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisines, Fire has long been a guest favorite at Anantara Kihavah. The restaurant forms a popular component of the resort’s signature SEA.FIRE.SPICE.SKY. dining complex, with its distinctive culinary experiences.

The revamped restaurant embraces a modern look while preserving and honoring the original structure. With seating for 16 guests, a highlight of the new venue is the theatrical teppanyaki display performed by the chefs. 

One distinctive new feature is an extended overwater structure which is connected to the original restaurant. An expansive sushi counter along with additional seating for another 20 guests is incorporated into the restaurant by this structure. Fire’s reopening also introduces an all-new menu, featuring a selection of sake and other specialty beverages.