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Chef Table Cooking Class

You’re invited to a one-of-a-kind culinary experience at Graycliff Restaurant, the Caribbean’s first five star restaurant. A highly coveted seat awaits you at the Chef’s Table, presided over by the restaurant’s Executive Chef, who will lead his guests on a gastronomic culinary trip.

The Chef’s Table Luncheon will be served in the Graycliff kitchen and will involve a demonstration of each dish. Guests will learn the chef’s culinary secrets and be invited to chat about culinary artistry and Bahamian culinary traditions.

Recognized as one of the top dining establishments in the world, Graycliff Restaurant serves delicious continental cuisine with a Bahamian flair. The restaurant’s Grand Award-winning wine cellar, assembled with care over decades, is one of the largest private collections of fine and rare wines in the world. The cellar houses more than 250,000 bottles from over 400 vintners in 15 countries.

Cooking Demo & Lunch Information

Chef’s Table lunches take place Monday to Friday at 12:30 p.m. Cost is $156.25 per adult or $125 per child, 10 years and older.

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