New P&O Cruises ship to feature over 30 bars and restaurants

New P&O Cruises ship to feature over 30 bars and restaurants

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Green & Co feat. Mizuhana is among the new dining venues that will be introduced for the first time onboard Arvia

P&O Cruises newest ship, Arvia, will feature more than 30 bars and restaurants when she begins sailing in December 2022, the cruise line has revealed.

The ship’s offering will include Green & Co feat. Mizuhana, a new restaurant exclusive to Arvia that will offer guests fish and plant-based dishes. Guests will be able to dine at the sushi bar and watch the chefs at work or be seated at tables looking out to sea.

6th Street Diner will also be a new venue for Arvia, serving breakfast, brunch, dinner and sweets, accompanied by music and cocktails. Roast at the Quays, meanwhile will offer traditional British lunches, including a jumbo Yorkshire pudding filled with a Sunday roast dinner.

P&O is also collaborating with Caribbean chef, Shivi Ramoutar, and Spanish chef, Jose Pizzaro, to bring local food experiences to Arvia’s sailings in the Caribbean and Mediterranean. At The Beach House, Ramoutar will offer a range of dishses including a Jerk Chicken Supreme with rice and peas, coleslaw, shallow-fried plantain and a Jamaican cornmeal speciality known as festivals

In The Glass House and Cellar Door, meanwhile, guests can try tapas created by Pizzaro, paired with wines selected by sommelier Olly Smith. Dishes will include Jose Pizzaro Tapas with grilled whole tiger prawns, mango chilli and garlic salsa; lamb cutlets, crushed potatoes, olives, dried cherry tomatoes and romesco sauce; and tuna tartare with avocado, tomato, and chilli dressing.

Other highlights include The Amber Lounge, which will return onboard Arvia and introduce new cocktails including a Barberousse, with a mixture of three different rums, apricot and pomegranate juice, and a Tortuga Cobbler, with Aperol, grapefruit, raspberry juice and rum. An onboard still will create a unique rum at Anderson’s Bar, while Infinity will be a new swim-up bar where guests can enjoy cocktails at the pool.

Arvia is currently under construction at Meyer Werft’s shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, and was floated out for the first time on 27 August.

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Alex Smith
By Alex Smith
31 August 2022

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