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Ingle - Answered a Question by suthrland (20 Jan 09 05:26)

On the evening menu, there is a choice of three starters, then two soups. The main course is choice of five, usually including a roast, fish, vegetarian. If you dont like anything on there there is the "always available" choice of chicken, salmon or steak. Then there is choice of about five desserts followed by cheese and biscuits, fresh fruit, coffee. You won't go hungry. Food is available somewhere virtually 24hours. If you have any special dietary requirements, you should inform P&O before travelling. They cater very well for any special requirements.

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ELAINE ELIZABETH BARNETT - Answered a Question by suthrland (20 Jan 09 11:30)

Hi there - normally the first night on oceana is what they call open dining, meaning you can go in any restaurant at any time after 6.30 pm, and the meal is of the same standard that you will receive for the rest of your cruise.

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