yates - Answered a Question by ORLOS (13 Oct 08 13:36)

Yes he will be onboard the n820/n820a.

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wilde - Answered a Question by ORLOS (07 Oct 08 21:24)

Well dont know about him being on board but the ventura does have his named resturant on board but he does not cook on board his trained chefs cook his creations is someone pulling your leg .

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birkett - Answered a Question by ORLOS (10 Oct 08 09:16)

My P&O brochure says he will be on board - that cruise was feaured as an 'anniversary cruise' and a 'marco pierre white cruise'.

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mumford - Answered a Question by ORLOS (10 Oct 08 16:22)

If he is ask him how can he allow a chef who is cooking in his name allow a piece of string to find its way onto a customers plate. (Read my review Ruby wedding anniversary) Cruise no. N815. All we got was the chef sends his apologies he did not notice it. Do not want compensation. We are not into that culture. The waitress did allow us 20 pounds off our bill. But for goodness sakes why people pay such outrageous money to eat in his restaurants is beyond us. I know we were only on a cruise ship and therefore got the meal at far less than in the UK. But my husband said, (Where is the ******* chef) Watch TV. and you will know that this sort of thing is certainally not allowed. Good old P.M.W.

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mumford - replied to mumford (10 Oct 08 16:26)

Before anyone comments. I know I got the initials the wrong way round. Should have been M.P.W. (You are all so quick on the uptake) Sorry!

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