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Atlantic Coasts Cruise On Oriana.

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  • Hill, Stone - Commented on this review

    Never been on a P&O ship where there was a set menu in the main dining room there has always been a good choice for every course.

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  • McGuinness, Southampton - Commented on this review

    P&O do give you a menu choice for dining. I'm not sure what this passenger expected considering they openly admit they paid on a last minute cheap offer.

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  • Matchett, Ormskirk - Commented on this review

    We too were on this cruise and were more than happy with the choice of evening meals in the Oriental restaurant. There was always a choice of 3 Starters, 2 Soups, 5 Main meals (with Lighter options available if required) and 4 Desserts, with Cheese and Biscuits avaliable too if you were still hungry, which we never were. We were on 2nd sitting for our evening meal and never felt 'rushed', on occasion only leaving the restaurant at 10.45pm!!! Choice of food in all venues and at all times, was very good and should suit all tastes. I do agree that Casablanca was rather disappointing and I am afraid I would not be in any hurry to return. This was our first cruise with P & O and I was very impressed with our cabin, the food, the amenities and all of the staff and crew; we will certainly be travelling with them again. If I had to be critical, it would be about the size of the cinema and some people queueing up to 1 hour before a film was due to start! But hey, how many ships have a 200 seat cinema on board?

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