Heritance Aarah Maldives: a Culinary Getaway

Dine Around seven restaurants and five bars at this barefoot paradise

Heritance Aarah's Signature Dish - Curry Crab with Coconut Royi and Sambal

Are your clients keen to embark on a culinary journey whilst soaking their feet in a tropical barefoot paradise? If so, then Heritance Aarah Maldives awaits their arrival. Nestled in the azure embrace of the Raa Atoll, this resort rises as a symbol of indulgence in the Maldives. Known as a barefoot paradise due to its open spaces covered in white grains of sand, it offers an exquisite culinary journey perfected by its very own Culinary Olympians.

At the core of Heritance Aarah’s enchantment is a diverse and flavourful culinary scene, brought to life through its unique ‘Dine Around’ concept. With seven distinctive restaurants and five bars, each establishment creates its own epicurean tale. Delve into the spice-infused wonders of Asian cuisine at Ranba or savour the refined grace of European gastronomy at Ralu. This culinary odyssey promises an array of palate-pleasing adventures that not only satisfy your taste buds but enrich the spirit.

Michelin Star Chef Pascal Aussignac at Heritance Aarah

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Recently, the culinary atmosphere at Heritance Aarah Maldives ascended to new heights with the prestigious arrival of Michelin Star Chef Pascal Aussignac. During a captivating April residency, Chef Pascal, with his intricate mastery and innovative flair, unveiled a special Easter-themed menu at the esteemed Ambula Restaurant. His presence created a rich fusion of French gastronomic artistry, elevating the resort’s dining to a realm of unmatched epicurean delight. Beyond celebrated guest chefs, Heritance Aarah’s own Culinary Olympians craft signature dishes that go beyond mere food; they embody the vibrant essence of the resort, capturing the spirit of the Maldives with every bite.

As the culinary journey at Heritance Aarah Maldives reaches its pinnacle, one cannot overlook the significance of the resort’s commitment to sustainability and community. A highlight of the menus is the freshly caught fish and seafood, sustainably sourced from the surrounding waters. The resort actively supports local fisheries by procuring fish and seafood directly from nearby communities. Additionally, Heritance Aarah’s organic herb and vegetable garden supplies the resort kitchens with a bounty of freshly harvested produce. The organic gardens reduce the need for externally sourced ingredients, while delivering fresh, healthy, and sustainable food options for guests.

This culinary ethos not only satisfies the palate but also supports environmental stewardship and local agriculture. So, as guests relish the last flavours of their barefoot culinary haven, they take with them not just the memories of exquisite tastes but also the satisfaction of knowing their dining experience contributed to a greater good, both for themselves and the planet.

Baani restaurant

Heritance Aarah is featured with Maldives luxury specialist suppliers and on-sites such as Addicted to Maldives and ID Travel Group, along with a number of wholesalers focussed on Maldives. Travel advisors can contact Kirsty Thomas-Thoeun of Journeys Representation who represents the property in Australia & New Zealand, via australia@heritancehotels.com for a range of images and videos for their social media or client newsletters, or to arrange an in-house or online training session on Heritance Aarah.

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