Bas Kuurstra's Rent a Chef service offers gourmet personalized food, cooked to your taste and prepared in your home on Aruba. As a personal chef, Bas pre-cooks a delicious, healthy meal, which you can sit down to with your family in little or no time. Spend less money and eat healthier than when going out to restaurants or buying take-out meals. This service saves you a lot of time – you do not need any meal planning, grocery shopping, putting away your groceries or preparing food; even the cleaning up afterwards is not your problem anymore.
For private dinners Rent a Chef is the perfect option. We can make anything from a small dinner to super luxury 10 course dinner all in the comfort of your home or your home away from home when your staying on Aruba for vacation. Complete your perfect vacation with our Private dinner service.
Contact Bas Kuurstra by phone (+297-5928268) or email (email@example.com) and he will set up an in-house consultation meeting to discuss the food you and your family like or dislike, including avoiding any allergic reactions. All meals will be prepared exactly the way you want. A customized menu for an entire week, cooked at your home in one day is something that you might have been waiting for. And if you think this service will cost the earth, think again: Rent a Chef’s fee is very reasonable. P.s.: it will not be necessary for you to be home when Rent a Chef is cooking up a storm. Chef Bas will bring the necessary tools, package and label all meals and place them in the refrigerator or freezer. A menu, listing each item with heating instructions will be left and your kitchen will be spotless when you come home from work. Weekly or bi-weekly service is recommended. However, less frequent options are available based on your needs. A deposit and money for groceries will be required.
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