As masters of bringing art to every corner of the dazzling property, whether it be world-class art installations or flattering architecture, JOALI Maldives is designed with the purpose of inspiring and delighting guests. Aligning with its ethos and commitment to art, the resort is preparing to deliver a whole new meaning to dinner experiences with its latest culinary creation: Le Petit Chef - a uniquely crafted immersive adventure where art is off the canvas and on the dinner table.
The resort’s Japanese restaurant, Saoke has been transformed with the installation of Le Petit Chef and will now feature a one-of-a-kind gastronomical experience that seamlessly blends technology and theatre. Through this, culinary art will be brought to life to deliver a truly memorable meal that will appeal to both gourmands and families alike. Going beyond delicious food, the captivating experience will inspire guests to rediscover their inner child, with uninterrupted entertainment provided from the beginning to the end.
Diners can look forward to being transported into an enchanting landscape where charming animations and whimsical storylines take centre stage to keep guests enthralled and glued to their seats during dinner. Le Petit Chef will utilize cutting-edge 3D mapping technology to project a tiny chef onto plates wherein they will be taken on an appetising journey as the smallest chef whips up a six-course culinary storm right in front of their eyes.
Le Petit Chef will feature at Saoke for six months, offering guests an unforgettable dining experience that is sure to add to their travel moments. Be it a food connoisseur seeking to expand their palate or families in search of a magical evening, Le Petit Chef is the ideal candidate for a thrilling dinner at JOALI Maldives.
General Manager at JOALI Maldives, Enver Arslan “We are thrilled to bring Le Petit Chef to JOALI Maldives. This creative dining experience is the perfect addition to our already exceptional culinary offerings. We are confident that our guests will be blown away by the creativity, technology, and sheer fun of this incredible installation.”