I’m a certified Personal Chef. At the Poolside Cabana with Gourmet Flair we provide the usual caf and decaf coffees and teas, sugar, creamer (powdered and liquid). I also provide a full prepared Breakfast for Two – a dozen or so menu items from which the guests choose what they want for each morning. They are served, weather permitting, outdoors poolside.
Here’s my current Breakfast Menu – it varies every 6 months or so:
Staffordshire Oat Cakes
A thick risen oat flour “pancake” topped with an egg and bacon; or served “English sweet” with a dusting of confectioner’s sugar and a squeeze of lemon juice.
Creamy Dreamy Grits
Creamy, white cheesy grits with sausage or ham and toast with chef-made marmalade.
Spanish Tortilla de Patata
Classic dish of fried potato slices and diced onion, smothered in beaten eggs, then finished in the oven.
This North African dish features eggs poached on a tangy base of diced tomato onion and peppers, dusted with Moroccan herbs and spices.
Thick-cut challah bread French toast with orange extract dip, artisan cane syrup, and seasonal fruit.
Scotch Egg and steel-cut oatmeal with chef-made orange marmalade.
This Icelandic breakfast treat is a combination of steel-cut oatmeal and creamy Skyr yogurt, served either sweet with a dollop of chef-made marmalade; or savory, with bacon crumbles.
Biscuits & Gravy
Chef-made biscuits with sausage gravy, and a fried ham slice.
Quiche Inna Cup
Well, a mug actually. Eggs, dairy, green onion, red bell pepper, and diced ham or bacon crumbles.
Large tortilla filled with eggs, sauteed peppers & onions, and cheese. Served with red or green salsa.
Eggs filled with tangy Andouille sausage, shrimp, mushrooms and cheese; with a side of toast and chef-made marmalade.
Multigrain toast topped with sliced tomato and a mash of avocado and sauerkraut that is absolutely amazing. PBWF
Breakfast Muffins To Go
Need to catch that early flight, or the Key West Express? These savory muffins are just the thing. Eggs, meat, cheese and condiments all-in-one, with flavors you know and love.
The most expensive dish is the Cajun Omelet, which costs me about $3.79 for two people.