Kuredu Resort Maldives Appoints Warren Moore as Executive Chef

Movers and Shakers
Culinary News
PUBLISHED November 15, 2020

Having cooked for the likes of Richard Gere, Justin Bieber, Elton John and The Rolling Stones’ star Keith Richards, Executive Chef Warren Moore is known for delivering perfection and his talents have been widely acknowledged.

Prior to arriving at Kuredu, Warren was wowing guests at the resort’s sister property Hurawalhi with his exceptional cuisine and has taken the resort’s reputation for fine dining to a new level. He is used to creating exquisite menus at a variety of dining destinations and brings with him experience not only from the Maldives, but from his time working at various locations around the world. 

Previously, Warren was the Executive Chef of Komandoo Island Resort in the Maldives, the Royal Melawane in South Africa, and Indigo Bay Resort and Spa in Mozambique. He was also the Head Chef at Peermont Global in Sanlameer, South Africa. 

Warren draws his inspiration from his time in the USA, Europe and across Southern Africa and delivers imaginative, diverse and high-quality dishes and dining experiences. 

At Kuredu Resort Maldives guests will be spoilt for choice, not only with the huge array of ‘things-to-do’ but also in the culinary department. Well known for sumptuous buffets and tantalisingly delicious dishes, Kuredu has built a reputation for good food which is no surprise given the talented chefs that have made their mark on the island. Guests at Kuredu also have the opportunity to dine at the 5.8 Undersea Restaurant at the neighbouring sister property Hurawalhi Maldives.

Kuredu Resort Maldives, stretching 1,800 meters long by 325 meters wide, about 57 Hectares (143 acres), sits on the northern tip of the Lhaviyani Atoll, a forty-minute seaplane flight from Velana International Airport. The 383-key resort, with beach- and water-villas, is the second largest resort in the Maldives. Kuredu presents pristine white sandy beaches, with a large lagoon and house reef providing sanctuary for an abundance of fish and marine life. 


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