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|When you embark on your cruise, all aspects of it from the stateroom to the deck to the activities are first class. Food is no exception. Whether you enjoy the relaxation of a sit down dinner or the exquisite cruise luxury buffets, everything is certain to be five-star quality.
No matter what your pleasure in the food line, you will find it on board the ship. Everything is fresh and cooked with the right amount of spices and herbs to make it pleasing to the taste buds. Fresh fruits, vegetables, and fish are often purchased from the local surrounding areas to give the feeling of authenticity. No matter where you choose to cruise, the food is exquisite, comparable to that experienced in a higher-end restaurant. The staff takes great care to assure that the food is fresh, attractive to the eyes, and cooked to appeal to everyone’s taste. With several restaurants and buffets on board the ships, the passengers have an opportunity to try a variety of dishes.
Depending on the size or the ship you book and the cruise liner, there may be any number of buffets available with an abundant selection of food from which to choose. The selection may include a selection of breads, fruits, vegetables, entrees, and desserts. With all of the different luxury buffets, no matter what your food tastes are or special food needs, you will be able to find dishes that appeal to you visually and appeal to your taste buds as well.
The variation in the menu will depend on several factors: the ship’s homeport, the destination port, the time of year, and the theme of the cruise. Often times the chef tries to arrange the menus so that passengers get a taste of the cuisine of the ports the ship visits. This gives the passengers an opportunity to partake of the culinary culture of several places along the way. This is true even if the ship docks because there will always be a few passengers who will choose not to go into the villages or only into certain ones either because of health reasons or simply because they prefer the relaxation of the ship. It is, after all, a cruise and not a land voyage.
When you embark on your cruise, allow yourself to enjoy some of the culinary pleasures of the ports that you visit as well as those you simply pass along the way. Even if you’re not sure you’ll like it, at least try it. People too often pass over food items because they don’t look appealing or because they aren’t sure what’s in it, thus denying themselves many culinary pleasures. Each day make it a point to try something that you have never had, and you will be pleasantly surprised how many new foods you thought you would not like appeal to you.