Oceania Cruises introduces new fleet-wide evening menus

Oceania Cruises introduces new fleet-wide evening menus
Oceania Cruises new evening menus offer guests more choice and flexibility (Image: Oceania Cruises)

Oceania Cruises is to introduce new dinner menus that offer a total of more than 800 dishes, healthier options, global cuisine and a daily ’Executive Chef’s Food & Wine Pairing’ offering across its six ships.

Each evening in the Grand Dining Room, guests will be able to choose from a menu that offers six appetisers, three soups, four salads, nine main courses and nine side dishes. These will include vegetarian options and healthier Canyon Ranch Balanced Selections.

Guests will also be able to select dishes from three tasting menus. The first, ‘Global Cuisine’, focuses on foods from different regions and specific countries, including Asia, France, Cuba, India, US, Spain, Thailand, Morocco, Polynesia, Greece, South America and Japan. The second is a ‘Balanced Selection’ menus that offers four courses of lighter and healthier dishes. The third is the ‘Executive Chef’s Food & Wine Pairing’, which includes four courses of food, each paired with a different wine, that are selected by the ships’ master chefs and head sommelier.

“The new Grand Dining Room dinner menus are truly the most creative and varied that you will find at sea,” said Franck Garanger, corporate executive chef for Oceania Cruises. “I am so tremendously proud of our entire culinary team as every member had a hand in the crafting of these amazing creations.”

Oceania Cruises’ new menus also offer guests more flexibility by allowing them to choose how many courses they want to eat, or whether they want to create a meal comprising of appetisers and side dishes from the à la carte menu, or opt for a tasting menus.

“These spectacular new menus exemplify our commitment to culinary excellence and offering our guests not just the finest cuisine at sea, but diverse dining choices that surprise and delight the palate,” said Bob Binder, president and CEO of Oceania Cruises.

The new menus are currently available onboard Riviera and will be introduced aboard Sirena in May, Insignia in June, Nautica and Marina in July and Regatta in August.

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Rebecca Gibson
By Rebecca Gibson
Thursday, May 3, 2018