Dine at Nobu, Hakkasan and Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar – all in one evening.
Are you an indecisive eater? If you struggle when it comes to ordering, you’ll be pleased to hear that Cirque de Cuisine is back. Taking place at Atlantis, The Palm, the iconic hotel brings together Nobu, Hakkasan, Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, Seafire Steakhouse & Bar, and En Fuego for a special event on 16 December.
This year, Cirque de Cuisine’s theme is Naughty or Nice. The evening soiree describes itself as a dine-around event with free-flowing drinks, and promises to be a meal to remember.
At Cirque de Cuisine, diners can wander from restaurant to restaurant and sample signature dishes, live cooking stations, lavish buffets and live entertainment. Plus, the restaurants are all located within minutes of each other, so guests have the option of going back for seconds.
The signature dishes on offer include Nobu’s famous black cod, Bread Street Kitchen & Bar’s British Beef Wellington with truffle mash, Seafire Steakhouse’s steaks and seafood, and En Fuego’s guacamole. As for dessert, Lost Chambers Aquarium is creating an underwater dessert experience.
Throughout the hotel, there will be six bars including The Avenues, which serves unlimited bubbly and house beverages. An after-party takes place at Wavehouse, and includes a live band as well as bar.
During Cirque de Cuisine, there will be plenty of entertainment including performers in festive costumes. Lookout for dancers, DJs, elves, magicians and, of course, Santa Claus himself.
Atlantis, The Palm recently announced that it is opening the world’s biggest Nobu. Nobu Dubai is shifting to the hotel’s Royal Bridge Suite, and is scheduled to open in January 2023. Plus, next year, the adjacent Atlantis The Royal will welcome Nobu by the Beach.
Cirque de Cuisine takes place on Friday 16 December, from 7pm until 11pm, and tickets start from AED 655.
Christmas has come early.
GO: Visit www.atlantis.com for more information.