At Siyam World Maldives, guests can choose between 8 restaurants and 6 bars, meaning that you’ll never go hungry. From Indian cuisine to buffet-style restaurants, there are choices even for the pickiest of eaters. Keep reading to find where to eat at Siyam World Maldives.
Known for its international cuisine, Tempo is situated on a lovely beach terrace. This sociable buffet-style restaurant features live cooking stations and flavors from all over the world, so there are plenty of different cuisines for everyone. Open every day, breakfast is served from 8:30-10:30 am, lunch is served from 12:30 to 3:00 pm, and dinner is served from 6:30 to 10:00 pm.
Nestled right on the beach, Baraabaru boasts sparkling lagoon views. Serving mainly breakfast and lunch, this casual restaurant offers a variety of global flavor. In addition, guests have several opportunities to get up close with the chefs at the cooking stations and buffet lines. Dinner is only served once a week on Friday evenings.
Andalucia is a Spanish-style and Mediterranean restaurant that serves a vast selection of tapas, seafood, red meat, and rice-based dishes. Menu highlights include a pistachio-crusted roasted rack of lamb with date sauce, and salmon topped with citrus sauce. The dessert menu features creme brulee, several different cakes, ice cream and sorbet to indulge your sweet tooth. This contemporary beach restaurant is ideal for enjoying great food and waterfront views.
Serving traditional Thai cuisine, Takrai offers dinner every day except for Friday. Enjoy classic Thai staples, like spring rolls, curries, pad thai, and several rice and noodle dishes. Menu classics include Massaman Neua, a slow-cooked beef curry, and Khad Phad Gaeng Kiew Waan Gai, pineapple fried rice with tofu. For authentic Asian fare, showcasing both sweet and savory, Takrai’s menu is filled with exotic flavors and spices. Reservations are required for this venue.
Boasting some of the best ocean views on the island, Kurry Leaf is a premium restaurant for al fresco dining. This Indian restaurant serves dinner every evening, and reservations are highly recommended. While you’re here, try dishes such as Hara Masala Ke Machali, a green chutney-based fish curry topped with fresh herbs. Moreover, you can find other Indian staples, like butter chicken, plenty of soups, and several kinds of naan. The dessert menu is just as impressive, featuring ice cream, dumplings, sorbet, and pudding. The Gulab Jamun is a dessert highlight — a fried milk dumpling served with sugar syrup and pistachios.
The Wahoo Grill
For some of the freshest fish on the island, The Wahoo Grill does not disappoint. With seafood sourced from the boats of local fishermen, you can order delicacies like lobster, seared tuna, and ceviche. There is also a selection of non-seafood items, from steak to vegetarian options. While you’re here, make sure to try The Wahoo Grill’s namesake: the Maldivian Wahoo fillet.
This exclusive restaurant is only open to those staying at The Beach House Collection at Siyam World, Maldives. Arigato serves modern Japanese cuisine while also featuring al fresco dining under the backdrop of ocean views. Arigato specialises in freshly-caught seafood entrees, like sashimi, yellowfin, and sushi. Above all, don’t forget to order a glass of the wine the restaurant’s Wine Diva has paired with each entree.
Serving dinner every evening, Barrique is situated in an underground wine cellar. Guests can enjoy a signature tasting menu served with one of many world-renowned wines on display. However, be sure to make a reservationthis as this space is ultra cosy and intimate, so only a select few dine here each evening.
Enjoy cocktails, mocktails, fresh juice, smoothies, and milkshakes without ever having to leave the infinity pool. Mint, right next to the pool, overlooks the Noonu Atolls turquoise lagoon, so you can swim, enjoy the views, and order small bites while sipping handcrafted drinks. After sundown, you can still enjoy casual drinks and a lively environment.
Open 24 hours a day, this beach bar showcases panoramic views of Noonu Atoll and is a fantastic place to watch the sun go down. This casual but bustling bar serves plenty of beachy drinks, like the Mermaid Colada, served with butterfly pea and flower bitters, and the Karaa Daiquiri, which features rum, fresh watermelon, and sour mix. Together also has several beach snacks and non-alcoholic beverages, from smoothies to soda.
Nature lovers will absolutely enjoy Jungali. Nestled amongst the island’s flora and fauna, this pool bar will make you feel as though you are relaxing in the Amazon rainforest. Enjoy icy cocktails, such as the mixed-berry margarita, Aperol spritz, or Cosmopolitan. Jungali also has a wide selection of sandwiches, burgers, salads, and desserts. There are also several different kinds of pizza to choose from, including Hawaiian, pepperoni, tuna, margarita, and seafood pizza.
For live sports, a fun atmosphere, bar bites, and great beer, check out Kulhivaru. Open all day, everyday, this bar is perfect for sports enthusiasts. Here, you can watch all major national and international sports games to stay updated on your favourite teams. Besides beer, this sports bar serves classic cocktails, mocktails, liquor, wine, and snacks. If you want to order something a little healthier, Kulhivaru also has many different protein shakes on the menu.
Located on the beach and near Siyam Water World, Shipwrecked is a lively oceanfront bar. With drinks of all kinds, Shipwrecked is an excellent place to grab a cold drink while soaking up the sun and splashing in the water.
The Orchid Bar
This infinity pool oceanfront bar is exclusively for guests of The Beachhouse Collection. The Orchid Bar serves every drink imaginable, including signature drinks like the Maldivian Fizz, composed of limoncello, fresh orange, and premium prosecco, or the Faryu Fani, made with vodka, guava juice, and lime. This bar is open every day, except for Friday, and serves dinner each evening starting at 6:30 pm.
With such a vibrant array of restaurants and bars Siyam World Maldives promises to be a favourite of culinary tourists. The venues offer cuisines from every edge of the world, so there are options for everyone.