The bar, the restaurant & the kitchen

Once you read the menus, is not hard to understand why the food and beverages were described with such details, and with such positive remarks. The passengers were served breakfast, morning snacks, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, and then an evening buffet. These meals were very appreciated and no requests were considered to be impossible. It is astounding that the kitchen personnel managed to grant every wish.

The setting was pretty formal, especially in first class where the officers acted as hosts at certain tables. “Farewell dinners” were particularly festive, and an opportunity for the kitchen to shine with exquisite dishes and various other set-ups.

The bar service was no exception, offering products of the very highest quality in a pleasant atmosphere during the many cruise cocktail partys.