W Brisbane’s celebrated Three Blue Ducks restaurant is set to jet set their signature paddock-to-plate ethos to W Maldives.
W Hotels set the stage for curating unique culinary and travel experiences for guests, and will have global foodies making waves to attend the social dinner on September 6 in the Maldives.
Three Blue Ducks chef Mark LaBrooy has designed a menu inspired by his passion for travelling the world to share great food, with a more sustainable approach to living.
The chef will take over the island’s kitchen for one night only at a vibrant dinner at Fire on the Beach, W Maldives. A selection of dishes from the menu will then be available for guests to experience from November 2019, giving guests a taste of Three Blue Ducks all season long.
Chef Mark LaBrooy will steal the scene when he takes over W Maldives’ Fire on the Beach for a rustic-yet-natural beachside BBQ dining experience. Guests will dine under the stars and feast on a menu showcasing local produce, including charred occy, Maldivian chilli lobster and coal cooked green jobfish.
Located in the North Ari Atoll, W Maldives offers 77 escapes and suites located both ashore and overwater, including 28 Wonderful Beach Oasis, 46 Fabulous Overwater Oasis, three WOW Ocean Escape and one Extreme WOW Ocean Haven (the W brand’s interpretation of the Presidential Suite). Each chic and spacious escape features infinity plunge pool.
There is a mixture of six bars and restaurants at W Maldives. Kitchen, the all-day dining bistro, and Fire, where guests have their choice of four different barbecues, provide menus for everyone’s palate. Swim up to the pool bar Wet and order a light lunch. There is even a dining option on the resort’s private desert island, Gaathafushi, or Fish, the resort’s specialty seafood restaurant set over the water and under the stars. Fifteen Below is the only underground club in the Maldives, with its own resident DJ and a sushi bar Sushi Beat.