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These Below Deck Mediterranean Kitchen Disasters Might Make You Feel Seasick
Four words: Those Below Deck nachos.
On Below Deck Mediterranean, the crew strives to give each of their guests an unforgettable yachting experience. A major part of that experience is the fine dining, but sometimes, these meals can go awry. Luckily, here's your chance to see all of these awkward yet oh so entertaining moments in one place.
In Season 1, there was a lot of confusion surrounding a particular dinner service. Chef Ben Robinson and chief stew Hannah Ferrier couldn't seem to get on the same page regarding which plates were starters and which plates were mains. One guest even sent back her (massive) appetizer because she didn't "want to be full." Then, the use of the word "entree" took this dinnertime fiasco to the next level.
Preference sheets are a like a chef's bible — they provide a list of the guests' allergies and some dos and don'ts about whipping up their meals. In Season 2, Chef Adam Glick didn't abide by one charter's preference sheet, and that cooked up a healthy serving of trouble. One guest made sure to put "no onions" as a request and once he saw his lunch (which definitely had onions), he asked Hannah to send it back — twice. As a result, tensions grew between Adam and Hannah and things got pretty heated. Adam's excuse? "The chef knows best."
If you think that was bad, then you have to see the nachos Chef Mila Kolomeitseva made in Season 4. The plate was so embarrassing, Hannah actually refused to serve it to the guests! Unfortunately, that wasn't Mila's only misstep in the galley. There's much more where that came from, including microwaved steaks and some ill-conceived pancakes. These are meals you have to see to believe.
Check out the video below to see all of these Below Deck Mediterranean kitchen disasters.