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Why Thila is special ?
Formerly the ‘Ocean Grill’, the restaurant is constructed from distinctive materials such as lava stone, ceramic, travertine tiles and natural woods with blue finishings to compliment the nearby azure waters and cerulean skies.
The composition of Thila has been enhanced to allow unforgettable experiences for guests, with dining available on the beach front terrace, first floor dining balcony, an overwater open-air deck or set amongst the waterside palm trees, with your feet in the sand, each of these areas has its own remarkable views, looking out onto the Indian Ocean.
As vibrant as the underwater reefs of the Maldives, Thila offers a chic vibe, complimented with a striking modern interior, chilled ambience and a creative menu. The perfect venue for a truly romantic dinner under the stars, a refreshing and luxurious breakfast, or for savouring fresh cocktails and fiery Maldivian sunsets, by the sea.
There're several dishes you must try:
Wagyu steak (+2 score): USD 95
Angus fillet: USD 55
Thila Grill: eggs to your liking, garlic & thyme sautéed mushrooms, confit tomato, potato rosti, sourdough, sausage, pork bacon w. salsa verde
How to get to Thila?
Visitors can reach the Thila Restaurant by speedboat tranfering from Male Internation Airport to Kurumba. It takes about 35 - 40 minutes to reach the place. The charges for the speedboat transfer will cost USD 32.50 per child (not including 23.2% taxes).
- Sea food fantasy
- Elegant Fine Dining
- Seafood platter is out of this world
- Amazing breakfasts and romantic dinner
- Excellent Food - Stunning Location
- Noise level Normal
- Budget High-end
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
Kurumba Javaahirumaa Hingun Maldives
Tips for you
An absolutely stunning setting. On the deck with beautiful lighting into the water enabling us to see baby reef shark and the occasional fish. The table setting was lovely- the menus also with little lights on them. We ordered the wagyu steak and Angus fillet. The wagyu was to absolute die for. However the potatoe it came with on both plates were grainy and undercooked. The bread starter was stodgy and the peppercorn sauce a touch bitter and very under seasoned. The service was acceptable. You pay a lot for what you get- I absolutely do not mind splashing out on good food but the place was just a little short of the 5/5 for us.