Excellent! Mike is a perfect fit as a talented chef and Andy and Nick make a primo team on the operations and deck. Mike made every meal with pride and a few standouts were the steak and scallops, Dutch baby for breakfast, a soup for lunch that was a total killer. Heck with killing fish, just feed me like Mike. The reason I am interested is I would like to try some variety on another boat and was hoping to find that kind of dining experience that I am spoiled on with the Rooster.Bill W.'s post, and he just got back...how was it Bill?
We really liked Javier when Tommy discovered him and hired him on the Supreme. I think people forget that he started on the Supreme. Got hired away to the intrepid because they threw money at him. And I can’t blame him. Some of his stuff was a little bit heavy and lots of sauces. I like clean food personally but I loved Javier. He was super cool to my kids too and always had something special for themMike Nall on the RR3. Dude has game and then some. True craftsman.
I'll never forget Javier on the Intrepid coming over the speaker......'breakfast is not served in bed today, if you don't eat you will die'.
Now that dude was a chef.
I haven’t had shoe leather served as steak on the Excel. That would be a buzz kill. Jake always does a good job. I had the best burger ever there... a killer burger on a pretzel bun that was awesome.I’m not that wrapped up in the food. Most of the time it’s pretty good. There have been some dogs like the steak we had on the Excel in december the first night, way over cooked to bring almost inedible. They made up for it with good eats from there out so not an issue. Their Osso busco was off the hook
Jorge's wahoo enchiladas, ranks right at the top, of best longrange meal for me!I haven’t had shoe leather served as steak on the Excel. That would be a buzz kill. Jake always does a good job. I had the best burger ever there... a killer burger on a pretzel bun that was awesome.