Guests of P&O‘s Oceana can now get a taste of international flavours at the Street Food Kitchen.
The cruise line want to bring the delicious local delicacies cruisers experience at each port of call onboard their ship, whether it be Singapore’s noodle dishes or Germany’s famous bratwurst.
Step onboard Oceana and head to the deck to the Street Food Kitchen where you’ll be able to sample tasty, casual food that’s inspired by travelling the world.
Choose from three categories of food each day: international street food, Great British classics, and regional dishes tailored to the ship’s ports of call.
The sample dishes include:
-Southern Fried Buttermilk Chicken Bites with Waffles and Red Cabbage Slaw, inspired by the USA
-Rare Roast Beef Yorky with Horseradish, Colman’s and Sticky Onions, inspired by Great Britain
-Spicy Prawn Quesadilla with Pico de Gallo and Mozzarella, inspired by Spain
-Salt and Pepper Squid with Green Papaya Salad, Peanuts and Chilli, inspired by the Caribbean
Food will be served street-style with accompaniments and dips and passengers can expect the menu to change on every fourth day, ensuring there’s always something new to try.
The kitchen is open daily from 11.30am to 6pm so guests can grab a dish and a drink then relax in a sun lounger on the open deck.
A soft drink is included with all food items purchased, and alcoholic beverages can be bought for an additional cost. There’s draught lager on tap, and a range of Jude’s Ice Cream also available for guests.
Taste the world at sea with Oceana’s Street Food Kitchen; whether you’re partial to Spanish prawn quesadilla or craving Caribbean salt-and-pepper squid, you’ll get a quick, tasty, affordable glimpse into a country’s cuisine.
What are your thoughts on P&O‘s new Street Food Kitchen on deck? Would you give it a visit if you were sailing onboard Oceana? Which dish would you be most excited to try? Leave us your comments…
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