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The New Below Deck Charter Guests Have a Strong Reaction to Chef Anthony Iracane (VIDEO)

Find out why the new Below Deck guests brought the chef to their table on the first day of the charter. 

By Cynthia Robinson

On Season 11, Episode 7 of Below Deck, which airs on Monday, March 18, the new charter guests are treated to a "light lunch" on their first day of charter (as you can see in the preview clip above). The lunch in question, however, had nothing "light" about it. 

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"Oh my god ... gorgeous!" one guest exclaims upon seeing the Japanese-themed meal which has a beautiful place tablescape with Buddha statues, colorful florals, and serene stones (courtesy of stew Barbara "Barbie" Pascual). Keep reading to see why the guests have a strong reaction to Chef Anthony Iracane and the meal he prepared that day. 

The new charter guests react to Chef Anthony Iracane and his food 

In the clip you can watch above, following their reaction to the elegant table setting, Barbie and chief stew Fraser Olender bring up the dishes for the guests: a sushi cut roll with white wahoo, ahi tuna, and lobster. 

"This is delicious," one guest exclaims, adding, "I feel like every piece is different." Down in the galley, Fraser gushes to Anthony about how much the guests are "loving it." 

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A plate of Suchi rolls

The guests love Chef Anthony's food so much that they ask for him to come up so they can thank him for his incredible culinary skills. 

"It's a pleasure to take care of you and I hope you have a wonderful day!" Anthony says as one guest points out his French accent. 

Chef Anthony Iracane greeting guests at the dining table on the yacht

"Oh my god, I love him," the primary guest smiles, also hilariously noting: "His eyebrows are very nice — very nice!" 

Chef Anthony Iracane details his life as a chef 

It's unsurprising the guests have a favorable reaction to Chef Anthony, considering his years of experience

In the first few episodes of Season 11, Anthony opened up about his past life as a chef, sharing that he opened his first restaurant, The Panama, at age 21. 

Anthony Iracane in the galley preparing a meal.

On Season 11, Episode 2, which aired on February 12, Anthony shared why he was excited to prepare those charter guests a Latin-themed meal, considering his past restaurant. 

"I always love the Latin vibe," he shared in a confessional interview in the episode. "At 21, I opened my first restaurant called The Panama, like the town. It was French fusion with South American and Miami vibes." 

He added about his former business: "I tried to bring [the] Miami vibe in my own town Nancy, France, so ... it's going to be 'mucho caliente' tonight!" 

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