Maldives is blessed with a small but prized natural bounty. A limited agriculture sector cultivates a select farm produce of coconuts, yams, mangoes, papayas and pineapples, and easily available fresh fish and seafood. These are the hallmarks of a simplicity, which is reflected across its food and culture. Being an essential trading hub in the Indian Ocean, Maldivian cuisine bears rich influences from the Indian subcontinent, Africa, Arabia and the Far East, creating a burst of flavours and a fascinating taste palette. At Kaage, you get to witness this cultural potpourri first-hand, in its exquisitely crafted dishes, which are taken up a notch with unique artistic presentations by skilled chefs.