Nic Watt x INFINITI: A dedication to detail

Staying true to a simple food philosophy — a passion for flavour and a dedication to detail — Nic Watt has become one of Australasia’s most revered culinary talents. Having honed his craft in some of the finest restaurants in London, Tokyo and New York, before opening eateries in New Zealand and Australia, most of us know him as the mastermind behind SKYCITY’s Masu and Tamaki Drive’s exquisite True Food and Yoga. An elegant lifestyle from the outside, Watt admits it’s hard to remain strong-headed and forward thinking in his industry, but he works hard to maintain a vital sense of balance between work and life. Helping him through the journey is his car of choice, the INFINITI QX70 S Design. A sophisticated SUV that merges high performance with the finest luxury detailing, this is a vehicle that puts customer experience at the forefront both on and off the road, with entry to the INFINITI Owners Club. Offering members a myriad of benefits including VIP tickets to concerts and major sporting games, access to exclusive events, chef-hosted dinners and speaker sessions as well as the ability to exchange their vehicles for a different model up to 10 days a year, you can discover more about the exclusive Club, here

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