Atlantis megabrunch Cirque de Cuisine is back

South American carnival takes over Cirque de Cuisine 2019

Atlantis megabrunch Cirque de Cuisine is back

An iconic megabrunch is coming to Atlantis The Palm, but this time it’s getting a Latin American twist.

Cirque de Cuisine: Carnival Edition 2019 is kicking off on Thursday February 28, and you can nab yourself some early bird tickets right now.

The Avenue is taking on a Brazilian Carnival theme, boasting a thrilling dancing parade, entertainers and, of course, all that samba dancing.

Guests can expect the iconic resort’s restaurants such as Nobu, Ronda Locatelli, Bread Street Kitchen, Seafire Steakhouse & Bar, Ossiano and Hakkasan joining in with an array of Latin American-inspired dishes for them to pick away at from 7pm until 11pm.

Once you’ve had your fill and need to finish off on a sweet note, you can then head over to The Lost Chambers Aquarium for a selection of dessert.

As usual, there will be free-flowing house beverages and bubbly on offer too, so prepare to samba the night away.

But it doesn't finish there, because night owls can head to the electric after-party at Atlantis’ brand-new venue Wavehouse Dubai, with resident DJ’s spinning tunes from 11pm until 3am.

Early bird tickets are going for Dhs495 for adults, and Dhs295 for those aged 12 to 20.

For all your other brunch-ing needs, check out Time Out Dubai’s ultimate brunch like for 2019. It won’t disappoint.

We’re getting our samba shuffle ready.
Early Bird: Dhs495 (adults), Dhs295 (ages 12-20). Thu Feb 28, 7pm-11pm. After party: 11pm-3am. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah, (04 426 2626).

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