Raakani, named after the Conch Shell, exudes elegance and exquisite ‘surf and turf’ cuisine, with the subtle use of local materials such as palm-thatched dining platforms with panoramic views of the crystal clear seas and white beaches of Lhaviyani atoll.
Nestled in an intimate space away from the other resort facilities, the speciality restaurant sets the stage for a special celebration. Upon entering, be greeted by a hive of activity at the show kitchen featuring an impressive Josper grill, set to fire up your appetite. At the heart of the restaurant, schools of colourful fish swim idly in the lagoon adding to the carefree and relaxed vibe as guests dine in privacy either indoors or alfresco.
Prepared in the open kitchen to allow guests to witness the cooking process, the dishes offered at the Amazònico are based on original recipes and ingredients from Central and South America. With typical dishes from Brazilian to Mexican, Argentinian, Peruvian, and Chilean cuisine, guests can have a taste of quesadillas, beef ribs, enchiladas and Brazilian beef served from the skewers just to mention a few highlights of the menu.
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