Cap Juluca, A Belmond Hotel Hosts the Second Edition of its Culinary Shores Series with Michelin Star Chef Josiah Citrin

Cap Juluca, A Belmond Hotel reopens for the 2022/23 season with the second edition of its unparalleled gastronomic experience, Culinary Shores. The hotel, an icon of barefoot luxury in Anguilla, welcomes two-star Michelin chef Josiah Citrin from 26-28 October to the beauty of Maundays Bay for a three-day program, aptly titled ‘Pursuit of Excellence.’

Charcoal Venice Chicken Salsa Verde

A culinary expert and veteran of Los Angeles’ gourmet dining scene, chef Josiah Citrin of Mélisse, Citrin and Charcoal in Los Angeles, will share his culinary philosophy with Cap Juluca. During his three-day residency, guests will be able to be part of a sizzling charcoal barefoot beach dinner and an exclusive cooking class showcasing a variety of master techniques on how to cook with charcoal and fire as well as his acclaimed ‘Midnight Margarita’ recipe. Ending the program, guests will enjoy an elevated contemporary seven-course dining experience inspired by his restaurant, Mélisse, representing the best of Anguillian and Californian flavors.

The Culinary Shores dining experiences combine the beauty of Cap Juluca’s pristine sandy shores with culinary perfection from around the world, local cultural moments, and wellness experiences in collaboration with the hotel’s Executive Chef Bruno Carvalho.

For more information or to make your reservation, kindly contact or +1 264-497-6666. All bookings are required in advance and limited.

About Belmond

Belmond has been a pioneer of exceptional luxury travel for over 46 years, building a passion for authentic escapes into a portfolio of one-of-a-kind experiences in some of the world’s most inspiring destinations.

Since the acquisition of the iconic Hotel Cipriani in Venice in 1976, Belmond has continued to perpetuate the legendary art of travel, taking discerning global travellers on breathtaking journeys. Its portfolio extends across 24 countries with 50 remarkable properties that include the illustrious Venice Simplon-Orient-Express train, remote beach retreats like Cap Juluca in Anguilla, Italian hideaways such as Splendido in Portofino, or unrivalled gateways to world natural wonders such as Hotel das Cataratas inside Brazil’s Iguassu National Park. From trains to river barges, safari lodges to hotels, each unique property offers an incomparable experience with its own story to tell. The essence of the Belmond brand is built upon its heritage, craftsmanship and genuine, authentic service. Belmond sees its role as custodians of timeless heritage, dedicated to preserving its assets through sensitive ongoing restoration plans. Belmond is part of the world’s leading luxury group LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.

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