Dining at Stonewater Cove
Guests of Stonewater Cove are treated to a delicious and dynamic gourmet dining experience with every meal. Full American Plan stays include daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as evening hors d’oeuvres. Chef Singyn Hunter pulls from his diverse culinary background, using both local and exotic ingredients to create delectable masterpieces.
Breakfast is served from 8-9:30am in the Lodge every day. A variety of Chef Singyn’s specialties alongside fresh fruit and made-from-scratch pastries are sure to start your day off right.
Lunch can be enjoyed poolside, in the Lodge or Lounge, or boxed up, picnic-style for enjoying while out on the lake or trails.
Hors d’oeuvres are served in the lounge per the Chef’s discretion, and typically start around 5:30pm. Enjoy a delicious cocktail from the bar while you savor dishes designed to pique your appetite.
Dinner seating times start from 6:30-7:30pm. Each night features a new menu as well as amazing Table Rock Lake sunsets from the Lodge’s western facing dining room. During the week, guests are presented with incredible 4-5 course dinners, including choice of entrée. On Saturdays, Chef Singyn opens The Lodge restaurant for a multi-course tasting affair to both resort guests and our lake dwelling neighbors. Dining reservations must be made in advance and are required; boat-in parking available upon request.
Children’s menu items such as grilled cheese and chicken tenders are also available and made fresh to order.
**Please inform the resort concierge PRIOR TO ARRIVAL if you have any allergies or dietary restrictions. Gluten-free menu options are available for an additional $25 per night. Chef Singyn will do his best to accommodate special needs and ensure that all guests receive the same wonderful gourmet dining experience.
The entire staff and the food was very professional and thorough. Coming from two people that have been in the food business our entire lives, that kind of compliment doesn’t come easily. If I ever had the ability to have my own place, it would sure look a lot like what you have made a reality… -Jim Nesbitt, Houston, TX