At Oakmont of Redding, it is easy to become a little spoiled when it comes to fine dining. Our executive chef and staff of culinary professionals make every meal an experience. Not only has our culinary staff been hand-selected from some of the finest culinary schools and fine dining facilities, but they have also undergone the extensive training Oakmont Senior Living has become known for.
It is this training that takes professionals who specialize in quality of service and ensures that they can accommodate any special needs that may come up due to dietary restrictions or health concerns. Since our fine dining must be experienced firsthand we would like to invite you to have a meal with us, on us.
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Meet Executive Chef Josh Carey.
Chef Josh Carey joins our luxury retirement community in Redding with more than fifteen years of culinary experience. After graduating with a degree in Culinary Arts, Chef Josh worked in some of the most widely-renowned kitchens, bistros, and fine dining establishments in and around Redding. What made him want to bring his culinary talents to the senior living industry was what he says how, “I love food and the fast pace of the industry; being the Executive Chef at our beautiful retirement community allows me to truly make a difference in the lives of our residents and guests.”
Chef Josh exemplifies a commitment to cooking as many meals from scratch using only the freshest ingredients possible. At each meal service, the entire culinary team takes great pride in bringing all aspects of the dining experience together to delight our residents and guests. Chef Josh explains that what makes our retirement community in Redding so special is the amazing views of the Sacramento River and surrounding mountains that are a perfect complement to Oakmont’s legendary five-star dining experience.
We would like to invite you to come in for a tour and meal where Chef Josh and his team will be able to share the Oakmont dining experience with you first hand.