Retreat Chef

ONSITE SERVICES

Serving groups of 10-16 people

1-3 Meals per day

     Box Lunch Delivery Option

   ~Inquire about larger groups~

Pricing 

ADDITIONAL COSTS

$6+ per person

Exact pricing is dependent on

meal plan details, servingware, and travel expenses.

$300 - 600 PER DAY

SERVICES Fee

$200 BOX LUNCH OPTION

Please send an email to receive a .pdf file with specific pricing, menus and other details

Inquiries

About Our SerVices

What is a Retreat?

Retreats are a gathering of individuals away from their homes with the intention for reflection, relaxation, and a deepened connection to life/spirituality. Retreats often take place in a natural setting in a large home, event center, or retreat center. The Chef plays a crucial role, providing the nourishment and meals for retreat attendees. The value of having an Onsite Chef is immense to the retreat experience. Peace of mind regarding meal planning and preparation for attendees and retreat hosts is guaranteed. For many retreat attendees, the Chef prepared meals are the highlight of the event.

 

What kind of food is served?

The ultimate goal of a Retreat Chef is to accommodate various dietary needs, yet still provide an attractive and tasty menu that satisfies. The goal of a retreat is to bring about balanced physical and mental well being. For this reason, menus focus on whole foods and clean eating. Meat, animal products, and white carbs are introduced on menus at a minimum, while plant based vegetarian and superfoods are highlighted.

What can a retreat host

expect from our services?

~ Menus featuring chef created recipes, customized seasonal meal plans, regionally grown produce, Colorado produced food products, and a minimum 50% Organic ingredients

~ Meals that are nurturing, balancing and balancing that accommodate numerous dietary needs.

~ All grocery shopping

~ Preparation of entire meal

~ Serving of meal in a buffet style

~ Cleanliness of kitchen and dining area

~ Maintenance of coffee/tea/beverage station during retreat

Delivery  or Pickup?