Our two restaurants and casual bistro use the freshest ingredients, sourced locally when possible. Menus change regularly, so you’ll never get bored with the selection. If you don’t see what you like, we can usually whip something else up for you.
Our flexible MyChoice dining program lets you choose when, where and what you eat. No minimum orders, no deadlines, no points lost. Residents can even use MyChoice points to purchase fruits and vegetables from the Redlands Farmers’ Market through our dining department.
Chef Steven has been at Plymouth Village for 12 years. He started in the community as a dishwasher while in high school and worked his way up. He became the executive chef in 2015 after completing his studies at the Art Institute of Southern California.
Q: What do you enjoy most about working at Plymouth Village?
A: The residents at Plymouth Village are truly amazing and extremely supportive of the dining program. They love trying new items that I and my sous chef come up with for our monthly grills.
Q: How would you describe your cooking style?
A: I don’t think I have a specific cooking style. I love cooking Mexican and South American cuisine. I also enjoy classical French techniques and recipes, tweaking them to fit what I do.
Q: What’s your favorite item on the menu?
A: I would have to say it’s either our braised lamb shank or our chicken curry. Both items are awesome.
Q: What do you like to cook at home?
A: When I am cooking at home it usually means I am entertaining family or friends; for those occasions I love cooking carne asada, Spanish rice and a grilled vegetable of any kind.
Q: What’s a tip or technique you use in the kitchen that people may not know about?
A: Keep it simple. Fresh herbs, salt and pepper can do wonders for pretty much any protein. Throw in a splash of citrus and it will be amazing.
See how delicious life at Plymouth Village can be.