Ritz-Carlton opens culinary studio

The Culinary Studio, part of the fifth floor meeting rooms space at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, officially opened this week. 

The Culinary Studio will offer seven culinary experiences presented by various chefs at The Ritz-Carlton restaurants, as well as customized events. 

The space was created as part of an extensive redesign of the hotel after its acquisition by Five Mile Capital Partners LLC in November 2012. 

The space was completed in January of this year, but until now was used only sporadically for events. 

General Manager Marc Langevin said the hotel had been experimenting with the space over the past 10 months to determine how it could best be used. 

“I think it’s time to share it with others and let them know what we can do here,” he said. 

Ritz-Carlton chefs, from left, Sven Wunram, Lucas Julien-Vauzelle and Frederic Morineau as they prepare canapes in the Culinary Studio. – Photo: Alan Markoff

Ritz-Carlton chefs, from left, Sven Wunram, Lucas Julien-Vauzelle and Frederic Morineau as they prepare canapes in the Culinary Studio. – Photo: Alan Markoff
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