Revamped Dining Concepts at Regent Palms Turks and Caicos


Regent Palms Turks and Caicos is whipping up something fresh. We hear the 72-suite luxury beachfront resort has welcomed new Executive Chef Ingo Moller to take the helm in the resort's kitchen.

Moller will be responsible for the food and beverage operations at the resort's Parallel 23 restaurant; poolside eatery Plunge; in-room dining; and catering and banquets services.

Moller brings to the table (pun intended) over 15 years of experience in kitchens around the world (think Soneva Gili by Six Senses Maldives).

Some new initiatives he will be launching includes Moonbathing, a new nighttime trend where guests enjoy desserts and drinks on the beach, along with mini-spa treatments; in-room Chef'ing, an elevated private dining experience; and Spa Cuisine, a special menu with heart healthy options.

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