The award winning Japanese chef, Dharshan Munidasa, will be heading to the island paradise of Cheval Bland Randheli on the 4th and 5th of February for a two-night feast. On the first evening of this culinary event, Chef Munidasa will collaborate with Randheli’s Culinary Director, Chef Sebastien Lefort, for a gala dinner by the pool. On the second night, Chef Munidasa will present his own especially crafted menu for an exciting pop-up dinner on the beach.

Dharshan Munidasa is the only Sri-Lankan chef to be named on “Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant List” as a foreign Asian restaurant. His restaurant, Ministry of Crab,  showcases an innovative menu of dishes inspired by both his Japanese heritage and Sri-Lankan experiences. His culinary approach is focused on magnifying one particular product –the crab, which is raised locally in the Sri-Lankan lagoon. The locality of the produce allows Munidasa to take advantage the freshness and intense flavor of this lush ingredient, and translate it into a masterpiece of taste on his plates.

In light of the Chinese New Year, the Cheval Blanc Randheli Maison has invited the Sri Lankan culinary talent for a gastronomic celebrations- and with the the Noonu atoll as one of the closest Maldives Islands to Sri Lanka, this is a perfect match.

For more information or to book, contact the Cheval Blanc Randheli Team:

Tel. +960 656 1515