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Island Dining, Redefined: Niyama Private Islands Maldives

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Laura Jones

From high in the treetops to beneath the ocean surface, dining at Niyama Private Islands Maldives knows no bounds.

With nine unique venues to choose from, taste your way around the world whilst relishing the serenity and seclusion of this mesmerising Maldivian isle.
This natural playground comprised of two islands - named 'Chill' and 'Play' - showcases enough space for every traveller to feel this is their very own paradise. Along with incredible in-room amenities, a fibre-optic swimming pool and enough activities and adventures to keep you busy for weeks, refuelling with the delicious taste of an incredible meal is always welcome. Indulge in more about our favourite four, before beginning your very own culinary adventure in the Maldives...

Nest: Your Table In The Treetops

Nest
Nest
Nest
Nest
Towering above the soft sands of Niyama's beaches, climb into the treetops and you'll find yourself at Nest. Navigate the labyrinth of wooden walkways and take your seat in one of the Maldives' wildest restaurants. Begin your meal with a selection of Southeast Asian nibbles, before delving into a menu of Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Indonesian delicacies. If you prefer theatrical dining, the teppanyaki table is highly desired, with fresh meat and seafood are prepared on the hot iron table before your eyes, promising to leave your mouth watering and your senses stirred.

Tribal: A Taste of Africa

Experience the short trip to the savannahs of Africa during your time in the Maldives, with a visit to conceptual restaurant Tribal. Once you've been greeted by a Maasai warrior with the traditional East African cocktail Dawa, you're invited into the campsite-style venue, where authentic accents and contemporary luxury converge. Sample African Game and artisanal meat cuts, including ostrich bobotie and Wagyu beef, before soaking up the post-dinner atmosphere with a pot of Jebena coffee, brewed with African beans which are ground and roasted on the island.
Tribal
Tribal

SubSix: An Underwater Playground

Take a short speedboat ride and descend the dramatic three-tier staircase to the mysterious yet enticing SubSix. Originally opened as the world's first underwater nightclub, this unique venue is now decorated with Italian chandeliers and anemone-inspired chairs, surrounded by glass walls which showcase colourful fish and the resident Hawksbill turtle swimming by. Whether you dive into a Champagne breakfast or savour a subaquatic lunch, experience once-in-a-lifetime dining at this foodie sanctuary, six metres below the surface.
SubSix
SubSix
SubSix
SubSix

Edge: The Overwater Eatery

As your whisked half-a-kilometre out to sea by speedboat, prepare your palate for a menu of culinary masterpieces and perfectly paired wines at floating venue, Edge. Once you've savoured a sundowner at the restaurant's bar, admiring Indian Ocean vistas from beneath the restaurant's sail-like structure, indulge in everything from oysters and scallops, to mackerel and salmon as you taste your way through Edge's delectable dishes. Travelling with tots? Don't worry, the kids' menu serves smaller, yet equally scrumptious food for little ones, too.
Edge restaurant
Aerial View of Edge
Inside Edge restaurant
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Laura Jones

Digital Content Executive

After graduating from university, I couldn't wait to start exploring (with a very full suitcase, of course!). From my home in picturesque North Wales, my travels have taken me from the idyllic Greek Islands to the bright lights of New York, and I've always got my eye on the next destination!

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