Tracy Griffith to Host Dinner and Cooking Class at Six Senses Laamu

Maldives Promotion House – Six Senses Laamu has announced American actress and celebrity chef Tracy Griffith will host special dinners and cooking classes at their Leaf Restaurant from 10 to 14 July.

Tracy Griffith is an American actress and chef. She is the daughter of actor and producer Peter Griffith and model/actress Nanita Greene, and the older sister of production designer and set decorator Clay A. Griffith. She is also the half-sister of actress Melanie Griffith. She is married to Mark Daley, president of Polo Ralph Lauren, Asia.

As the first female graduate of the California Sushi Academy, Tracy is well-accustomed to trailblazing in the sushi field.  In the beginning of her sushi career, customers would constantly say “I don’t like raw fish.  What else can you make me?” or “Ya got anything cooked back there?”  At first, she would wonder, Why are these people here? Why don’t they go to Burger King?, but then she started thinking about the prospects that cooked sushi could offer.  Inspired by these less-than-intrepid but eager sushi-eaters, Tracy created ‘SUSHI AMERICAN STYLE’.  Sure, at first a fried-chicken roll seemed a little unusual, but it tasted great and her customers raved about it.  At last, sushi everyone could love!

Six Senses Laamu, the only resort in Laamu Atoll, just five degrees north of the Equator can be reached by a 45 minutes by scheduled flight from Male International Airport. Resort offers 97 Beach Villas, Two Bedroom Beach Villas with pool and Water Villas. Carefully designed to complement the outstanding natural beauty of the island, they offer utter privacy, comfort and luxury.

Six Senses Laamu offers 6 restaurants and bars including LEAF Restaurant perched high above the resort’s Organic garden. It serves contemporary Mediterranean food using the freshest possible ingredients, picked and caught only hours before it is served. Growing in the garden is a whole range of different herbs, papayas and the chilli patch with more than 10 types of chillies and a private table in the centre offering unique dining experiences.

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