One of the most well known faces on the Cayman culinary scene, Chef Remy Azavedo, now finds himself in a new location, and with the new location comes a new dining experience.
For some it might be hard to imagine an executive chef at South Coast, a favourite local pub in Breakers more famous for local dishes than international cuisine.
Well anyone that knows Chef Remy knows he’s as creative as he is proficient in all aspects of food preparation and rumour has it that Remy has some special plans in Breakers. The theme says it all - Fine food at local prices: Casual Beach Dining by Chef Remy. Now that sounds like something I can sink my teeth into.
Every restaurant or hotel has its unique way of serving courses and style of cooking, be it saucy, spicy, and meaty or veggie. Lechon Baboy grilling will be the speciality at South Coast; a whole roast pig prepared right on the beach. Lechon Baboy is prepared by stuffing the inside of the pig with a variety of herbs and vegetables such as lemongrass, garlic, onions and ginger.
The pig is then roasted over a fire for a very long time, resulting in tender meat and a rich, dark brown and crispy skin. If you are not into pork, well, you chose it and Remy will grill it, whatever your taste buds desire.
As for myself, I plan on making a pig out of myself eating the pig. Remy and partner Tony Powell have no plans of eliminating the local atmosphere of the South Coast Grill , for the gourmet dining section will be set up along the coast, in a romantic setting were the sea rolls into shore and of course there are inside facilities for blustery weather conditions.
Remy has been awarded more gold medals for chefing than Michael Phelps has for swimming and we all know that Remy is a pioneer of cooking classes in Cayman, so the answer is yes, the plan is to continue the popular cooking event in the very near future.
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