Sea.Fire.Salt.Sky. Restaurant, Maldives

Posted in Architecture, Food
By Sam Bathe on 3 Aug 2011

Eating at the Anantara Kihavah Villas Resort in the Maldives is probably unlike anywhere you’ll have dined before. You’re underwater. The Sea.Fire.Salt.Sky. dining complex is a “one-of-a-kind” experience – no kidding, you’re eating with the ocean on all four sides – but the food is great too, with an expansive menu that take in local fresh fish to more exotic cuisine and a wonderful choice of rich deserts. It’s worth a night at one of their villas just to experience, though the resort on a whole is pretty amazing anyway.

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