Costa Cruises has announced further exciting developments regarding its flagship, the Costa Concordia.
On top of all the fantastic features already announced for the new Costa Cruises liner including the grand prix racing car simulator the Costa Concordia will also be serving food from the cutting edge of modern cuisine.
Two restaurants onboard the Costa Concordia will be supervised by Ettore Bocchia, one of the co-founders in 2002 of Italian molecular gastronomy. Mr Bocchia teamed up with a matter physics lecturer to experiment with mixing different ingredients to create a new food sensation.
The cuisine, which will be featured in both the Club Concordia and the Ristorante Samsara restaurants on board the Costa Concordia, enhances the basic ingredients resulting in a healthy eating menu for the cruise holidaymakers.
"The introduction of molecular cuisine on board a cruise ship marks the first time a cruise line has purposely designed a menu with the wellness-focused traveller in mind," said Marco Rosa, UK managing director for Costa Cruises.
"Costa has always been synonymous with great cuisine. Now we have even more options available to holidaymakers who want more than an extra notch on their belt when they come back from a glamorous getaway."
The Costa Concordia's grand inaugural cruise sets sail in July.
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