NewsJuly 20, 2019

Wine spectator restaurant award for 5.8 Undersea Restaurant at Hurawalhi

Curated by an experienced and passionate team of wine connoisseurs and sommeliers, 5.8 Undersea Restaurant at Hurawalhi is not only renowned for its spectacular setting 5.8 metres below the ocean but also for its gourmet journeys. These are made perfect with fabulous wines, which have received the prestigious 2019 Award of Excellence by Wine Spectator.

The restaurant, which as a Kudadoo resident travelers are welcome to dine in, has received another testament to the quality of its wine programme.


According to Wine Spectator, the list features ‘a well-chosen assortment of quality producers, along with a thematic match to the menu in both price and style. Whether compact or extensive, focused or diverse, these lists deliver sufficient choice to satisfy discerning wine lovers.’

The Kashibo (curated wine list) of 5.8 Undersea Restaurant features an extensive selection of impeccable wines featuring a collection of both familiar and lesser-known grapes.

Guests can enjoy a bottle poolside in their residence, at the bar, on Dream Island or during the Jungle Dinner where they will be spoilt for choice. A sommelier is at their service for pairing recommendations, and for special occasions, guests can treat themselves to a bottle from the owner’s private selection of world-class wines.

Wine Spectator is a US lifestyle magazine that focuses on wine and wine culture. Honoring excellence in wine lists, it recognizes wine programs in 79 countries and territories. Every issue of Wine Spectator magazine contains 400 to 1,000 wine reviews with detailed tasting notes and drink recommendations.