Holland America cruise line
has revealed its plans to showcase some of the finest examples of pan-Asian cuisine onboard its Eurodam ship from next month.
A newly-opened restaurant on the ship - called Tamarind - has room for up to 144 guests and aims to offer visitors classic Asian dishes from a lunch and dinner menu.
The dinner menu is available for guests who make a prior booking and Holland America is expecting the high-quality food to attract diners in their drives to the Tamarind restaurant.
"Not only was it important to us that this venue visually attract the attention of our guests, but it was equally important that the variety of food that we serve foster the type of culinary experience for which we are known," explained Holland America's marketing, sales and guest programs chief Richard D Meadows.
Ships owned and operated by Holland America
travel to much of the world, including the Caribbean, Alaska, Hawaii, as well as various parts of Europe and the South Pacific.