Experience a residency like no other; Heritance Aarah welcomes Chef Dimuthu Kumarasinghe all the way from Sri Lanka and he is ready to delight Heritance Aarah guests. Being one of the most awarded chefs in the world, he is a specialist pastry chef and chocolatier. Over an illustrious career, he has succeeded in literally carving out a name, not just in chocolate but also within the culinary sector and has won innumerable awards as a result, from around the world.
He has also prepared mouth-watering dishes for high-profile individuals and is looking forward to doing the same for guests visiting Heritance Aarah. This time, his speciality would be conducting an extraordinary chocolate-making workshop for residents where they will receive hands-on experience from the man himself. Apart from mature guests, Chef Dimuthu is also looking forward to a separate session aimed at some of its most discerning of clients; teenagers. So, its young guests too will receive a special session directed just for them where they will learn the process of chocolate-making.
The unforgettable experience will ensure that they travel back with sweet memories and continue to make chocolate when they’re home. This kind of experience is bound to bring people together and would also enhance each other’s kitchen skills. Alongside the workshop, guests will also get to experience local Maldivian and Sri Lankan cuisine prepared by him and joined by the likes of the island's very own talented chefs, Chef Lalith and Chef Amila. With extensive and specialist knowledge in preparing mouth-watering delicacies using locally sourced, fresh ingredients, this culinary experience is one not to be missed!
From left to right:
- Culinary Olympic record holder and one of the World’s most awarded chefs, Chef Dimuthu Kumarasinghe.
- Passionate food and kitchen specialist with over 35 years of experience, Chef Lalith Gunasekara.
- Creative Cuisine extraordinaire and Executive Chef at Heritance Aarah, Amila Silva.
Heritance Aarah is a part of Aitken Spence Hotels, the hospitality arm of leading Sri Lankan blue-chip conglomerate, Aitken Spence PLC. The Aitken Spence Hotels portfolio consists of 22 hotels, with ten hotels in Sri Lanka, seven in Maldives, four in Oman and one in India. Aitken Spence Resorts, which commenced its operations in the Maldives in 1993, has an inventory of 750 rooms.
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