Maldives DININGWorld-class cuisine with breathtaking views
SUSTAINABILITY INSPIRED BY CULTURE
Amilla recognized as Maldivian resort leading the charge on sustainability with dining initiatives that go beyond the more standardized veggie and herb gardens to include a banana plantation, hydroponic garden, mushroom hut and coconut processing facility…
WELLNESS YOUR WAY
Amilla offers carefully crafted menus in each of our restaurants for guests to embrace their eating lifestyle while on vacation. As part of all our meal plans, request our distinctive Wellness Your Way menus. WYW is available at all seven of our restaurants for no extra charge, spanning vegan/vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, low-carb/keto or paleo offerings. Even wellness cocktails and ice cream are prepared to suit all dietary lifestyles, or available to your whims.
Inspired dining venues
Emperor Beach Club
The Cellar Door
Awaken the palate with fresh delicacies in your private pool. Choose from two different menus and dip into a picturesque floating breakfast.
Enjoy a gourmet picnic and snorkelling whilst marooned on a tiny slice of sand, surrounded by glistening waters. We provide the cuisine, while Mother Nature delivers the views at our sandbank picnics.
Dine by Design
Allow us to design an unforgettable private sandbank dinner under the stars or breakfast as the sun rises in a tailored Maldives dining experience in an undisclosed romantic location around the island.
Fishermen have been practising the art of line fishing for generations in the Maldives. Head out to sea on a traditional Maldivian fishing adventure just before the sky turns golden. Embark on a night fishing trip in search of a big game catch.
The island lifestyle of the Maldives embraces the exchange of cultures and ideas that leave us better than before. Interact with a critically acclaimed chef as they embrace and play on the local offerings, developing unique infusions of their background and the gifts from the island.
A guided exploration of the island’s edible morsels. Gather indigenous plant varieties like kulha fila and island grown produce for a feast of hand-plucked harvest.