A private chef is the quintessential choice for bon vivants that truly know the pleasures of renting a villa in the Dominican Republic. Starting early with a continental breakfast that might include fresh fruits, pancakes, coffee, juice, sautéed potatoes, eggs, milk, bacon, ham and sausages. Meal time menus include tropical fish, meat, pastas, shellfish, chicken, salads. Local DR dishes are also preferred by many travelers. The local diet has exquisite treats such as fish, chicken, beans, rice and salads.
Among the menu`s highlights there`s Surf and Turf, Grilled Lobster, Sea Bass fillet, Grouper, Mahi Mahi, lobster and other shellfish. Also chicken parmesan, cordon bleu, pasta Primavera, Bolognesa, Carbonara, Pomodoro. The private chef can also cook Mexican foods such as tacos, fajitas, burritos and quesadillas. The chef can bring a printed menu that will include ribeye steak, churrasco, paella and BBQ.
Surf and Turf
Sea Bass Fillet
Cordon Bleu Chicken
The chef can cook adapted to the renter`s timing, also take into consideration each guest`s preferences. Dominicans love good food, and specialties such as the local Sancocho ( a stew with several types of meat ) are a must. The DR menu is abundant with soups, salads, desserts and seafood based foods. A full menu of Dominican foods we always use as reference is Aunt Clara`s Dominican Cooking.