Madi

Madi’ (meaning Manta Ray in the local Dhivehi language) takes its inspiration from the region’s fresh, tropical produce and abundant seafood. 
The food is light and full of flavour. The menu boasts a range of local, Mediterranean and international dishes served throughout the day, from breakfast to late evening. 
Madi also holds three themed nights each week. There’s a traditional Maldivian Boduberu night of dancing and drumming on Monday. On Wednesday night the ‘Flavours of Southeast Asia’ explores the area’s characteristic sweet, sour, hot and salty flavours. The week ends with the ‘Seafood’ Bounty (Friday night) featuring a seafood barbeque beneath the stars, with live music from local musicians.