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The Inspiration Behind The Menu

The Inspiration Behind The Menu - Turks & Caicos
Apr 17, 2017

If you haven’t yet tried Kitchen 218’s seafood dining concept, then here’s a taster of what’s in store. Living by the Caribbean Sea, with its magical colours and variety of marine life, it’s only natural to be influenced by the ocean. Creating a seafood menu is no different, so looking back on our island past, when Ernest Hemingway famously cruised these very waters, it seemed only fitting the author’s novels should provide inspiration. In being inspired, Chef Jason Heath has elevated the bar with exquisite delights that will truly tantalize your taste buds.

 

‘The Old Man and the Sea’ was a story about a man not catching a fish for days, but upon changing location, he caught a huge marlin. It’s about creating your own success. The interpretation of this aspect of the menu allows the diner to choose their type of fish and have it cooked how they would like. “Fish Your Way” includes several choices of fish, preparations, sauces and sides.

 

‘The Torrents of Spring’ was about searching for the perfect woman and finding love amidst brief romances, and trying to do so at the right season. The fresh and light ingredients of Kitchen 218’s signature salad aims to give you that “new feeling” from mother nature, which one of the main characters felt in the book as he eventually fell in love.

 

Lastly, the Kitchen 218 menu offers ‘A Moveable Feast’. The meaning behind this title implies that if you experience something great, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you. The experience is a ‘moveable feast’. Kitchen 218’s specialty dishes are a Marseille Bouillabaisse and a Signature Paella. Should you try either of these dishes at the restaurant, we hope the memory will stay with you and it will become your ‘moveable feast’. The book was actually about Hemingway’s time in Paris, although much of the writing was done in the Caribbean.

 

At Kitchen 218, we want our menu to tell a story and inspire you, as our guest. Created by Executive Chef, Jason Heath, who hails from Trinidad, with experience in New York, and training in Europe, the menu offers European fundamentals with a new world flair. We invite you to indulge in Kitchen 218’s fine dining culinary treats, whatever the occasion. Click here to view the menu. At Kitchen 218, we look forward to providing you with a wonderful dining experience and to maintaining our position as Turks and Caicos’ premier seafood restaurant.

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