Dig into RCBC’s Vaulted Cuisine this fall
Tuesday, Oct 05, 2021

culinary students preparing ingredients

Looking to grab a three-course meal to-go for just $20? Look no further than Rowan College at Burlington County’s student-run restaurant Vaulted Cuisine! Throughout the fall semester, culinary students will prepare delicious meals, made from scratch, with a variety of menu options. This semester’s entree menu will include an herb-roasted pork tenderloin, sweet tea chicken and linguine aglio e olio, with a choice of appetizer and dessert. Participants get to choose from several options per course. 

The Vaulted Cuisine, housed at the college’s state-of-the-art Culinary Arts Center in Mount Holly, includes all of the amenities needed for students to produce high-quality meals in a safe and sanitary environment. Due to the pandemic, Vaulted Cuisine diners will receive complimentary curbside pickup on all orders. 

“I’m so excited to open RCBC’s Vaulted Cuisine with our students on October 6 and invite the community to join me to taste their inspired creations,” Chef Desmond Keefe, RCBC’s culinary technology program director said.

The operation of a restaurant is an integral component of RCBC’s culinary curriculum. It prepares students for the fast-paced foodservice environment, including through menu planning, food preparation and hospitality. By inviting members of the community to participate in this initiative, students gain real-world experience and benefit from customer feedback to help them upskill and continue to learn throughout the semester. 

The first service begins on October 6. Complete this form if you’d like to participate this semester. We can’t wait to cook for you. 

To learn more about RCBC’s culinary programs, visit rcbc.edu/culinary. Have questions? Email culinary@rcbc.edu