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Five Island Resorts With Food as Spectacular as the Scuba

Dive for your dinner.
Sunset over the Hoshinoya Taketomi Island.

Sunset over the Hoshinoya Taketomi Island.

Source: Hoshinoya Taketomi

For some scuba enthusiasts, a great dive is enough.

But for others who find themselves in stunning locations with diving programs, all that swimming works up an appetite. In the way that some people head to the mountains expressly for après ski dining, there has been an advance of restaurants in prime diving spots whose cooking is a destination in itself. It’s a nice change: In the past, most dining rooms around the loveliest waters featured overwrought cooking that had nothing to do with the location, or were fast food spots at which the best part was cold beer.