Chef Anthony’s Best Food Dishes On Below Deck Season 11

Chef Anthony's Best Food Dishes On Below Deck Season 11

French culinary maestro Chef Anthony Iracane struggled with timing his food on the maiden voyage of superyacht St. David on Below Deck season 11, but the hot-tub hookup charter guests couldn’t deny they loved his food. No matter how good Chef Anthony’s dishes, Captain Kerry Titheradge isn’t going to put up with anything but perfection in timely delivering food to guests. So, with time in mind, here’s Anthony’s best food dishes on Below Deck season 11 all provided on a silver platter in one place.

“It’s like with a woman, you need to take your time. If you wanna make her happy, and so I guess with food it’s the same,” said Chef Anthony after he took extra hours serving a four-course meal on episode 1. Yes, Anthony, but a woman doesn’t like to wait around. And timing is everything. Captain Kerry looks as stern as Chef Gordon Ramsay from Hell’s Kitchen, so Chef Anthony better watch it before he joins the ranks of Below Deck crew who’ve been fired.

That said, Chef Anthony’s food is stunningly colorful and perfectly plated, like true works of art.

“Maybe because I’m French, it’s in my culture, but perfection, it’s like, very important to me. You know, it’s like everything, you know?” Chef Anthony explained about his cooking philosophy.

After looking at Anthony’s best food dishes from Below Deck fans will certainly be salivating. They may even fly all the way down to Florida to order some food from his Snacky Bae food truck.

Below Deck Season 11 Chef Anthony’s Best Food Dishes: Lunches

“They like Asian fusion. I’m going to do like, bright color, different level. It has to be something special. More than chefs, we are artists.” Anthony explained before serving the first group of charter guests some outrageously delicious food on their first lunch. He wowed the crude group of charter guests so much they said they’d do a lot of dirty things for his food.

Chef Anthony's Korean Chicken Bao Buns with shredded cabbage on a bed of greens

Chef Anthony’s Korean Chicken Bao Buns with shredded cabbage on a bed of greens (Bravo).

Chef Anthony's Lobster Pad Thai with deconstructed pad thai on top of a lobster tail served at lunch

Chef Anthony’s Lobster Pad Thai with deconstructed pad thai on top of a lobster tail served at lunch (Bravo).

On the second charter, Chef Anthony wowed Co-Primary Charter Guests Steven and Tara Damen and their friends with a Greek salad with cucumber and a mint mousse. He followed that up with the main dish of Chicken Cordon Bleu that knocked the guests socks off.

The Chicken Cordon Bleu with Ratatouille, black rice and grilled artichoke

The Chicken Cordon Bleu with Ratatouille, black rice and grilled artichoke served for lunch (Bravo).

Chef Anthony's Greek salad

Chef Anthony’s Greek salad (Bravo).

Below Deck Season 11 Chef Anthony’s Best Food Dishes: Dinners

Chef Anthony’s four-course meal served on episodes 1 and 2 took way too long to serve the charter guests. The first meal was 45 minutes late going out to the guests, and things only got worse from there. Another dish took an hour and 22 minutes since the last course. The four-course meal (one course for dessert) took over three hours to complete. Even so, the food was incredibly stunning.

Chef Anthony's Truffle Beef Carpaccio with truffle oil, capers, micro greens, and onions

Chef Anthony’s Truffle Beef Carpaccio with truffle oil, capers, micro greens, and onions (Bravo).

Chef Anthony's Tomahawk Steak with red wine sauce, mashed potatoes, and roasted cauliflower

Chef Anthony’s Tomahawk Steak with red wine sauce, mashed potatoes, and roasted cauliflower (Bravo).

The Pan Seared Wahoo with risotto and lobster tail flambe took a lot of time to make, but was magnificent

The Pan Seared Wahoo with risotto and lobster tail flambe took a lot of time to make, but was magnificent (Bravo).

Dinner two on the first charter, Chef Anthony made the guests Venezuelan chicken arepas served on greens with pineapple, sprouts and aioli. For the main course, he cooked them Cuban Ropa Vieja served on a bed of rice.

Cuban Ropa Vieja prepared by Chef Anthony

Cuban Ropa Vieja prepared by Chef Anthony (Bravo).

On the second charter, Chef Anthony stepped up his game and got the food out promptly. He served a deconstructed French onion soup as the starter. Then he whipped up the main course of filet mignon and lobster with potato gratin, grilled onion, and zucchini.

Chef Anthony's deconstructed French onion soup

Chef Anthony’s deconstructed French onion soup (Bravo).

The filet mignon and lobster

The filet mignon and lobster (Bravo).

After the wedding, the second dinner for the second group of charter guests was a scrumptious tasting menu.

Chef Anthony's Salmon Tartare served on a bed of crusty pastry with an edible flower

Chef Anthony’s Salmon Tartare served on a bed of crusty pastry with an edible flower (Bravo).

Second course was Beets Cappuccino

Second course was Beets Cappuccino (Bravo).

Chef Anthony whipped up Crab Cake with remoulade sauce and side salad as the third dish

Chef Anthony whipped up Crab Cake with remoulade sauce and side salad as the third dish (Bravo).

Asparagus Risotto with red snapper, topped with roasted red bell pepper sauce came next

Asparagus Risotto with red snapper, topped with roasted red bell pepper sauce came next (Bravo).

Grilled Lamb Chop served with red wine an black cherry sauce, with purple cabbage and potatoes with tomatoes, zucchini and garlic

Grilled Lamb Chop served with red wine an black cherry sauce, with purple cabbage and potatoes with tomatoes, zucchini and garlic (Bravo).

Below Deck Season 11 Chef Anthony’s Best Food Dishes: Desserts

On the first dinner, Chef Anthony finally sped things along with his premiere dessert.

Chef Anthony's Poached Pear with red wine reduction was a hit with charter guests who wolfed it down

Chef Anthony’s Poached Pear with red wine reduction was a hit with charter guests who wolfed it down (Bravo).

The second night of the first charter, Chef Anthony whipped up a white cake for one of the guest’s celebrating her birthday.

Chef Anthony's white birthday cake he baked

Chef Anthony’s white birthday cake he baked (Bravo).

On the second charter, Chef Anthony made a stunning white wedding cake.

Chef Anthony's White Wedding Cake topped with raspberries

Chef Anthony’s White Wedding Cake topped with raspberries (Bravo).

Show Star News will update this article with all the best food and dishes prepared by Chef Anthony Iracane on Below Deck season 11 while cooking for charter guests in Grenada’s paradise.

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