The Lynn family enjoying one of Kurumba’s many dining delights.
Perhaps this post could also be called ‘Best for Americans’. Americans love choice and Americans love food. Living the UK for two decades, people ask what I miss from the States. There is not much at this point, both because I have grown fond of the UK’s own offerings and because the UK has more and more stuff from America. The one answer I always respond with is ‘choice’. USA is the land where places like Starbucks pioneered the triple-shot, skinny, extra-hot latte with a hazelnut and cinnamon as a form of a ‘cup of coffee’. In our local Waitrose store, they offer 3 types of cake mix…in America, there is a cake mix aisle. As it happens, this week I in the apotheosis of dining choice…Las Vegas. I woke up the other night from jet lag at 3:00 am and felt a bit peckish and I had 3 restaurants that were open to choose from…without leaving my hotel.
which is the most culinary variety you will find in the Maldives…
- Al Qasr – Arabic/Lebanese
- La Cucina– Italian
- Hamakaze – Japanese
- Kurumba Mahal – Indian
- Ming Court – Chinese
- Ocean Grill – seafood
- Kurumba Cafe – variety
- Pizza Piazza – poolside pizza (brick oven baked)
- Vihamana – buffet restaurant for breakfast and meal plan meals
- Beach Bar – lunches served a la carte and buffet
Also, the resort offers room service which offers an impressive selection of dishes from each of the restaurants. See my blog post on ‘Meal Plan’.
Kuramathi also has 10 restaurants, but they don’t have the diversity of styles and menus as a couple of the restaurants are just different areas serving the same fare.