Gourmet delight: Aitken Spence’s Heritance Aarah wins accolade at IKA Culinary Olympics 2020

Guest Contributor

Contributors are not employed, compensated or governed by TD, opinions and statements are from the contributor directly

Continuing their winning streak in the culinary sphere, Aitken Spence Hotels’ newest opening in the Maldives, Heritance Aarah, brought home multiple wins from the prestigious International IKA Culinary Olympics 2020. It included four gold, seven silver and two bronze medals, marking their third gastronomic win since the opening of the resort last year.

Held in Stuttgart, Germany in February 2020, the competition saw over 2,000 chefs from 59 countries craft over 7,000 menus then judged by an elite panel of global chefs. IKA Culinary Olympics, which is acknowledged as the oldest, largest and most diverse international culinary art competition in the world, is one of the most competitive competitions in the industry.

Stasshani Jayawardena, director and head of tourism and leisure at Aitken Spence and chairperson of Aitken Spence Hotels Management said: “Through our distinct identification of unique food culture from the Maldives as well as from around the world, our kitchen experts have developed flavours and aromas that are exclusive and exceptional, reiterating our commitment to curating distinctive dishes that take diners on a sensory journey.”

Comments are closed.

Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up here to get the latest news, updates and special offers delivered directly to your inbox.
You can unsubscribe at any time