Atlantis The Palm’s Cirque De Cuisine megabrunch is back

The ultimate dining destination is getting a circus twist - with unlimited food from six restaurants

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Atlantis The Palm's circus-themed megabrunch is making a triumphant return on Thursday April 19 with diners getting unlimited food from six incredible restaurants during the evening.

The Avenue will be transformed into an energetic circus as part of Cirque De Cuisine with acrobats, jugglers and magicians making their way around the venue.

The audience will get unlimited beverages and food throughout the evening, with access to The Avenue’s towering bar that overlooks the glitz and glamour of the city’s circus-themed extravaganza.

With seating for just over 1,000 diners available, along with each restaurant being just seconds away from each other, visitors can comfortably tuck in to signature dishes from six of the city’s top eateries.

Fans of the sleek Japanese restaurant Nobu can choose from an array of its signature dishes, including black cod butter lettuce and succulent beef tenderloin anticucho, all while Nobu’s resident DJ keeps diners entertained.

Yuan will also be there, letting diners experience its BBQ crispy pork and Beijing style steamed chicken dumpling.

What’s more, Yuan will host an exclusive afterparty for all those that want to keep the night alive after the event.

Gordon Ramsay’s famous eatery Bread Street Kitchen & Bar will be serving a variety of British favourites including the mini beef wellington, along with an addictive cheese and bread station you won’t want to leave.

Seafire Steakhouse and Bar will be participating, too. It'll be serving the Atlantis beef carvery, as well as Kelly oysters shooter and a seafood beverage bar.

And to soothe your belly after all that food, a five-piece jazz band will be performing live.

For a traditional taste of Italy, Ronda Locatelli is offering delectable pizzas that have been baked in a traditional wood oven, for maximum melted cheese goodness.

Diners can also feast on delights including truffle risotto and homemade as well as caserecce pasta with duck ragu.

Lastly, for a unique dining experience under the sea, The Lost Chambers Aquarium will have a selection of sweet desserts by Ossiano’s chef de cuisine Gregoire Berger.

Your sweet tooth can delight in caramelized “smore” marshmallows, French croissant toast and the strange yet incredible smoked nitro popcorn.

For what might just be the best tasting carnival around, keep this date free.

Dhs495 (adult early bird tickets), Dhs295 (junior early bird ticket). Thu Apr 19, 7pm-11pm. Atlantis, The Palm (04 426 2626).

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