Food is never an afterthought at VILA VITA Parc. The dining experience is a grand adventure, made even more memorable by the exquisite Portuguese hospitality . With a total of 6 bars and 10 restaurants, ranging from casual beachside dining and rustic, regional Portuguese plates to one-of-a-kind gastro-creations at the two Michelin-starred restaurant and clean Japanese cuisine, diversity is key to the resort’s culinary philosophy.
This year, in addition to the introduction of new gastronomic concepts such as flexitarianism and a larger vegetarian and healthy offer in its several restaurants and bars, VILA VITA Parc is launching a series of special 4-Hands dinners called Culin’Art Dinners.
The Culin’Art Dinners are special dinners that will be taking place throughout the year in selected restaurants at VILA VITA Parc. Several national and international renowned chefs have been invited to join the resident chefs for an unforgettable evening for any food lover and aficionado.
The first dinner, which will take place on 5 and 6 May at the contemporary Japanese Mizu-Teppanyaki Restaurant, with guest chef Daniel Rente, from Japanese restaurant Sushi Avenida Café in Lisbon, will join resident chef Isa Pires for 2 evenings filled with the best of Japanese gastronomy.
On 23 June, VILA VITA Parc welcomes Chef Nuno Barros, from 1300 Taberna restaurant, located at LX Factory in Lisbon, at its Adega Restaurant where the best flavours of the Portuguese cuisine will be the stars.
- 5 & 6 May – Mizu-Teppanyaki Restaurant
Guest Chef: Daniel Rente (Sushi Avenida Café)
- 23 June – Adega Restaurant
Guest Chef: Nuno Barros (1300 Taberna)