Inspired by some of world’s most spectacular countries and cultures, our theme nights promise Olympic-worthy dining throughout the festive season.

bei_356_screen-hi-resA TASTE OF THE MED
Reef Club
21 December 2016
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

It all began on Mediterranean soil and shores nearly 3000 years ago… An ode to the Olympics’ origins, join us for a Mediterranean feast of Greek, Turkish and Italian delights: pizzas, calzones, moussaka, souvlakia, caponanta, cannelloni, gnocchi, live shawarma station and much more. Live music and shimmering coastal views complete this sophisticated evening.

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? Spyridon Louis (the first modern-day Olympic marathon champion) was a 24-year-old Greek shepherd who became the hero of the 1896 Games. To ‘ do a Louis ‘ in Greek still means to run very fast.

 

Tribal DrumsMALDIVIAN SEA & SAND BUFFET
Secret Beach
22 December 2016
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

It won’t surprise you that most of the Maldives’ Olympic athletes are swimmers! Celebrating our sea, sand – and swimmers – join us for an atmospheric torch lit beach feast of Indian Ocean treats, from fragrant curries and fresh salads to seafood on ice and the sweetest desserts. Live stations will feature Maldivian Garudhiya (fish broth), Sri Lankan Hoppers (pancakes), Vallari Leaf, Kotu Roshi, Indian Ocean BBQ …  and of course there will be bodu beru performers too!

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? The Maldives first competed in the Seoul Olympics of 1988, following the creation and recognition of the Maldivian Olympic Committee in 1985.

 

bej_136_original-smallNORDIC DELIGHTS
Kandu Grill
23 December 2016
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Huddle round our wintry poolside wonderland for a five-course set menu dedicated to the Nordic Winter Olympic giants. Accompanied by a chilled DJ set, join us for celebration of Nordic cuisine at its gourmet best: Oyster & Ocean Amuse, Veal Sweetbread & Peas, Seared Lake Pike, pre-dessert Bitters Ice Cream and Pure Nordic sweet tray. Keep an eye out for the magical changing hues of the ‘Northern Lights’!

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? Norway is one of only three nations (along with Austria and Liechtenstein) to have won more medals at the Winter Games than at the Summer Games.

  

A NORTHERN EUROPEAN NOËL
Café Huraa / Baraabaru Buffet / Kandu Grill
24 December 2016
7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

With five Olympic Games under its belt, France knows how to host! Tonight, with its European neighbours, you can expect a phenomenal festive spread.  Enjoy classics like Salade Nicoise, Soupe à l’oignon, Ratatouille and Coq Au Vin, and a medal medley of live stations: French Oyster and Caviar, Tartare de Boeuf, Foie Gras Poele, Jambe de Cerf, Escargots de Bourgogne and Grillades et Rotisserie. In the spirit of unity, enjoy a selection of Asian and International dishes too – all packaged within an effortlessly chic ambience that spills across three dining venues.

US$300++ per adult, US$90++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? The 1900 Summer Olympics, held in Paris, lasted nearly 6 months, with some of the stranger events including ballooning, underwater swimming and shooting events that used live pigeons as targets!

 

beefA SUPER-SIZED AMERICAN CHRISTMAS
Reef Club
25 December 2016
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

We’re going big today … North American big!  The U.S.A is a league ahead in the medal tables, but there’s no need for a Michael Johnson sprint to the buffet table with this sophisticated set menu affair.  Begin with a retro Waldorf Salad, choose a succulent main course of either Turkey Roulade in Sous Vide or Roasted Tenderloin Beef, and finish with Bombe Alaska – all set against a larger-than-life Reef Club seascape accompanied by a live band.

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? The United States has won gold at every games at which it has competed, more gold and overall medals than any other country in the Summer Games, and the second-most gold and overall medals at the Winter Games, trailing only Norway.

 

gua_502STREETS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
Café Huraa Buffet
26 December 2016
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Celebrate Southeast Asia’s record-breaking 18 medals at this year’s Olympics with a floating market party. Soak up the atmosphere with lantern-strewn ‘roads’ and ‘boats’ brimming with street food favourites, from the Indonesian Sate Station and Singaporean Chilli Crab, to Thai Curry classics and Malaysia’s ‘national dish’, Nasi Goreng.  Arrive hungry!

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? Rio’s 2016 Olympic Games were record-breaking for Southeast Asia. The region’s athletes delivered 18 medals – five golds, ten silvers and three bronzes – surpassing the region’s previous 12-medal best at the 2004 Athens Games.

 

caf_030FLAVOURS OF ARABIA
Baraabaru
27 December 2016
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Magic carpets and milestone medals: select a rug, settle into the sands, and celebrate both Egypt and Iran’s first female gold medallists this year.  Our Bedouin-style, Middle East inspired evening is a beguiling blend of festooned tents and flaming torches. Tuck into Babaganoush and Armenian Mutabal, Labneh with Zaatar Cherry Tomatoes, Quinoa Taboulleh Salad; head to the hot stations for Falafels, Shawarmas Tagines, Sambousik and more; and end the evening with the sweetest baklava and kunafa under the twinkling stars.

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

 Did you know? 2016 was a great year for female Middle Eastern Olympians! Sara Ahmed made history as Egypt’s first female medalist (gold – weightlifting); Kimia Alizadeh Zenoorin became Iran’s first female medalist (Taekwondo – bronze), while Saudia Arabia’s Kariman Abuljadayel became the first ever Saudi woman to participate in the 100m sprint. 

 

1_l0a6394THE GREAT BRITISH TASTESCAPE
Reef Club
28 December 2016
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Go Team GB! Tonight we’re honouring the UK’s feats and feasts: including the only ever Olympiad to win a Nobel Prize, the most successful Olympic rower of all time, and the only city to host the Games three times.  And then there’s the food…  There’s no pub grub tonight, just the finest modern fusion of ‘top drawer’ selections: a buffet starter of everything from Potted Duck Terrine with Pineapple Piccalilli to Cornish Crab Salad and Baked Cornish pasty with Lobster, followed by Halibut or Wagyu Prime Rib with Yorkshire Pudding, and ending with sticky date pudding and artisanal British cheeses: Stinking Bishop or Ticklemore, anyone?

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? The only Olympian ever to be awarded a Nobel Prize was Philip Noel-Baker of Great Britain, who won the 1500-metre silver in 1920 and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1959 for his support of multilateral nuclear disarmament.

 

AN INDIAN SUB-CONTINENT ADVENTUREmal_647
Baraabaru
29 December 2016
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

From India’s lone Olympic athlete in 1900 to India and Pakistan’s men’s field hockey dominance for 13 consecutive Games – tonight we’re showcasing the many triumphs of the Indian sub-continent. Flame your appetite with chat, raita and chutney counters alongside live roti, galouti, kathi roll and gosht biryani stations; tuck into fiery-hued curries and tandoors; venture high into the mountains with street food from Nepal and Tibet; then satisfy the sweetest of teeth with Jalebi soaked in saffron flavoured sugar syrup, all set to the sonorous strains of our sitar band.

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? India first sent a national team to the Summer Olympic Games of 1920, and has participated in every Summer Games since!

 

lobsterDOWN UNDER BEACH BARBIE
Secret Beach
30 December 2016
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

If beach parties were an Olympic sport, the Aussies and Kiwis would be medal contenders for sure! Join us down under at our Secret ‘Sydney Harbour’ Beach. Against an Opera House backdrop choose your table in the sand for a fabulous surf and turf style feast: from Hayman Island Seafood on Ice to Smoked Kangaroo; Barramundi Fillets, Rump Steaks and Lamb Cutlets on the ‘Out Back Barbie’ to Paper-Bark Smoked Whole Aussie Lamb at the Live Carving Station. Then dance the night away down under with live band and DJ.

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? Australia is one of five nations to have participants at every Olympic Games of the modern era, including as part of a combined Australasian team (with New Zealand) in 1908 and 1912.

 

981222_10207747115253371_8150859675692511239_oTHE SPIRIT OF CARNIVAL
Café Huraa, Baraabaru Grand Buffet, Kandu Grill
31 December 2016
From 8:00 pm

The South Americans know how to carnival! This New Year, join us for a booty-shaking, hip-swaying, sequin-sparkling tribute to South America’s infamous ‘carnaval’. And boy, do we have a lot to celebrate: this summer’s first South American Olympics, the world coming together to party, and the end of another milestone year here at Kuda Huraa.

Find your beat alongside carnival drummers and dancers, marvel at the martial art acrobatics of the Brazilian capoeira and satisfy your stomachs with a colourful parade of flavours from Ceviche to Churros, Venado to Ganso, Street Food favourites to Tapas de Foie Gras and Arepas de Pollo. Take the festivities sky-high with midnight fireworks before dancing the night away poolside. Dress to party!

US$375++ per adult / US$90++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? This summer, Brazil became the first South American country to host the Summer Olympics, and the second Latin American host after the 1968 Mexican Summer Olympics.

 

kyo_018YAKINIKU
Secret Beach
1 January 2017
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Out with the old and in with the new: tonight we’re ushering in the 2020 hosts, honouring Japan’s judo reign, and celebrating South Korea’s 2016 archery dominance. ‘Yakiniku’ means ‘grilled meat’ – and we’ve got that in abundance at this set menu event: sharing platters of the freshest sushi and sashimi; cook-your-own kushiyaki; succulent super-sized yakitori skewers featuring fish and seafood, various meats or a vegetable medley. Don’t forget to leave room for Red Bean Sponge with Yuzu Gelee, Ice Cream Mochi and Tropical Fruit Platter.

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? Top male gymnast Sawao Kato, from Nigata, Japan, won the first three of his eight golds in Mexico City and the last two in Montreal. This makes him the most successful male Olympic gymnast of all time.

 

UNITED NATIONSkh-restaurants
A la carte in all 4 restaurants
2 January 2017
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Every athlete needs a rest day. Under your own steam, choose from a smorgasbord of international and local foods, offered à la carte at any of our four restaurants. Relax at a table in the sand, settle into an oceanfront pavilion, dine beneath stunning Keralan columns or perch above the lagoon on a torch lit terrace, serenaded by a local Maldivian band.

A la carte pricing in all restaurants

 

VIVA ESPANA!
Reef Club
3 January 2017
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Olé! Tonight’s event celebrates the achievements of proud Portugal and sensational Spain, which sits high in the top 20 per cent of medal winning countries. Get ready for a gutsy set menu that will warm you down to your toes. There’ll be Smoked Rosso di Mazara, Ceviche Vieira and Rasa Aragonesa Lamb Sirloin followed by Spanish Olive Oil Sorbet and the most delectable dolce including Chocolate Hazelnut Ganache, Dolce de Leche, Salted Caramel Sponge and more. Delicioso!

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? In the history of the Olympic games, Spain has won 133 medals across 40 Olympics, with sailing being the country’s top medal-producing sport.

  

bej_115_screen-hi-resTHE EMPEROR’S BUFFET
Café Huraa
4 January 2017
From 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Tonight, beneath glowing red lanterns, join us to commemorate the feats and flavours of one of the world’s greatest imperialist powers. Prepare for an emperor-worthy buffet of regional Chinese delights including delectable Dim Sum and Dumplings, Roasted Sucking Pig, Shaoxing Poached Chicken with Pickled Ginger, 5-Spiced Fried Pork, Tiger Prawns with Tofu and X.O Sauce, Braised E-Fu Noodles, Wok-Fried Ostrich and much, much more. Don’t miss the Live Lok-Lok Soup and Mongolian Sir-fry Stations, traditional dragon dance, and over 15 different desserts.

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

 Did you know? Up until 2012, China had won three-quarters of all gold medals (152 out of 201) and two-thirds of all medals (311 out of 473) in six sports: table tennis, badminton, diving, gymnastics, weightlifting, and shooting.

 
fsh_967_screen-hi-resALPINE FOOD FEST
Secret Beach
5 January 2017
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

This evening we’re celebrating 80 years of Olympic alpine skiing events, first introduced in 1936 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Don your lederhosen and prepare for a mountainous medley of sausages, salads and sauerkraut as we celebrate the towering tastes of German, Swiss and Austrian cuisine. Scale the heights of the Berner Platte, featuring piles of Artisanal Bavarian Sliced Meats, Fünfkornbrot and Pumpernickel. Then there are Live Tartar and Bratwurst Stations and a smorgasbord of hot carved Beef Rouladen, Kassler Rippchen, Chicken Schnitzel, Käsespätzle and Sautéed Swiss Chard.

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? Germany’s top 5 Olympic sports are Canoe & Kayak, Equestrian, Rowing, Athletics and Luge.

 

ORTHODOX WINTER WONDERLANDham_5002_screen-hi-res
Baraabaru
6 January 2017
7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Step into our Eastern European winter wonderland and keep the festive season alive with this stylish Orthodox set menu celebrating the flavours of Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. Dive into a sophisticated set menu of Black Sturgeon Caviar, Smoked Confit Salmon, Ukha (Braised Monkfish Soup), Beef Stroganoff and Moskovite Cheesecake. Schastlivogo Rozhdestva!

US$140++ per adult, US$65++ per child (6 to 12 years old)

Did you know? Female champion of champions, Ukraine’s Larisa Latynina, won four golds in Melbourne, three in Rome and two in Tokyo, making her one of just a handful of athletes – and the only woman – ever to win nine.

 

**Please note that the prices above are subject to 23.2% taxes and service charge.

 

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