Eden Roc Cap Cana is elevating its dining experience by partnering with other top hotels and their culinary teams. Launching this month, The Chef’s Club will bring the best of international cuisines for a series of gastronomic pop-ups at the resort.
Kicking off the series will be Hotel Santa Caterina, which will bring the best Amalfi dishes to the Caribbean. Adriano Venturini, culinary director of Eden Roc Cap Cana, will be joined by Michelin-starred executive chef of the Hotel Santa Caterina Giuseppe Stanzione to headline a series of special dining experiences, including an Amalfi Gala menu and several four-hands dinners. The menu combines chef Stanzione’s Mediterranean dishes with Venturini’s local Caribbean flair. The dining experiences will be served in Eden Roc’s Mediterraneo restaurant from January 31 to February 7.
The Chef’s Club aims to deliver new sets of ingredients, cooking techniques and kitchen challenges, continuing with a partnership with Grand Hotel Quisisana’s culinary team and its executive chef, Stefano Mazzone. Chef Mazzone will collaborate on a signature Capri menu with chef Venturini from February 7 to 15.
Throughout the year, Eden Roc Cap Cana’s Chef’s Club will continue with The Point and other respected properties from around the globe.
Eden Roc Cap Cana provides private ecotourism safaris, helicopter excursions to the isolated islands, humpback whale encounters in their Samaná Bay sanctuary, horseback riding in the rainforest and beachfront picnics. There are 60 guestrooms and suites, a brand-new Natura Bissé Spa, Mediterranean-inspired restaurants and family programing.
Chef Adriano Venturini has a background in luxury a hotels and Michelin-star restaurants, including Le Gavroche in London, two Michelin-starred restaurants in Italy and a variety of high-end hotel restaurants from brands, such as Fairmont and ME.