The Mizu Teppanyaki restaurant at VILA VITA Parc welcomes chef Pedro Almeida, on June 2nd, for an evening celebrating the creative fusion of Japanese and Portuguese cuisine. It is the first dinner in this series, which has three more planned in the months of September and October.
Faithful to Japanese techniques, which he skilfully mixes with Portuguese cuisine in a perfect mix of products, flavours and memories, chef Almeida runs the kitchen at Midori (at the Penha Longa resort in Sintra), which has proved to be a veritable laboratory of ingredients and ideas. Resulting in Almeida earning a Michelin star in 2018, the first awarded to a Japanese restaurant in Portugal.
These characteristics combined with the creative approach and high quality ingredients of Mizu Teppanyaki's team of chefs will provide an unforgettable journey for all Japanese food lovers and foodies in general during the evening.
Dinner starts at 7pm with a tasting menu for 155 Euros/pp. With the possibility of wine and sake pairing for 95 Euros/pp.
Advance booking on +351 282 310 100 or firstname.lastname@example.org is recommended.
This set of dinners dedicated to Japanese cuisine - Reach for the Stars Asia Edition - is part of the programme dedicated to gastronomy in the context of VILA VITA Parc’s 30th anniversary celebration. 30 weeks filled with 30 exceptional events spanning art, culture, wellness and lifestyle - to celebrate the resort's continued innovation and creative vision, qualities that have made it a highly respected and leading player on the global luxury travel scene over the past three decades.
For more information on the events calendar, please visit 30th Celebration Calendar