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A taste of Chef Nobu Matsuhisa & Paradise Brunch

A Taste of Paradise Food & Wine Festival – a celebration of food and beverage – at Atlantis, afforded patrons the opportunity to dine at a variety of restaurants offering prix fixe menus and special chef-helmed dinners.

The series of events, spanning March 2-13, showcased special dinners hosted by renowned culinary icons Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Michelin-starred chef Michael White, and chefs Todd English and Julie Lightbourn.

Matsuhisa is a Japanese celebrity chef and restaurateur known for his fusion cuisine, blending traditional Japanese dishes with Peruvian ingredients. His signature dish is black cod in miso. Chef Nobu also hosted a special visit and book signing.

White, is a James Beard Award-winning chef who is known as the “king” of coastal Italian cuisine.

Master Chef Alan Orreal, who is also vice president of culinary at the resort, hosted a Penfolds Winemakers Dinner in Café Martinique, serving an exclusive selection of premium wines during a multi-course event.

English hosted a special evening featuring a multicourse menu of Mediterranean fare at Olives.

Atlantis senior executive chef Ludovic Audaux hosted sparkling dessert pop-ups at Great Hall of Waters. And from pork and Pinot to Champagne and oysters, patrons explored delightful curated pairings at Sea Glass, as well as a Paradise Brunch at Mosaic – a signature brunch event featuring select dishes from nine restaurants including Café Martinique, Fish by José Andrés, Frankie Gone Bananas and Seafire Steakhouse.

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