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Cruise line serves up caviar and creme brulee

Date Posted: 04 Oct 2007
Passengers travelling onboard the Aurora and Oceana are in for an epicurean treat, as a new taster menu is to be launched on the ships.

P&O Cruises has announced that three different tasting menus comprised of seven small dishes will be available to choose from on both vessels.

Among the gourmet choices will be smoked salmon tartlet with warm scrambled egg and caviar, Gloucester Old Spot pork belly and a British cheese selection as well as a trio of mini creme brulees.

"P&O Cruises has always been known for offering fantastic food and now diners have even more options. Tasting menus are very cosmopolitan and are an exciting dining choice. It gives people the chance to try new foods and dishes that they may not usually select from the menu," commented P&O Cruises Corporate Chef, Mike Monahan.

Meanwhile chefs will also be creating a small savoury pre-dinner appetiser - or amuse-gueule - for passengers.

P&O Cruises new ship Ventura is also set to delight passengers' taste buds with TV chef Marco Pierre White serving up delicacies from his onboard restaurant the White Room.

Cruise line serves up caviar and creme brulee

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