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The Waterfront Restaurant on the Pacific Eden

After our first few wobbly days on the ship, we decided to give the Waterfront restaurant ago. We felt we wanted something a bit different than the fair being offered by the Pantry (buffet style) restaurant.

We were presently surprised, and we had some beautiful meals at the Waterfront, we ate breakfast, lunch, and dinner there and I was hardly disappointed. The savoury food was to die for, especially the fresh fish dishes, delicious! I think the only thing that wasn’t to our taste was the desserts; there seemed to be an excessive amount of gelatine used to set the deserts. Unfortunately not what we are used to, and we stop ordering desserts there because of it.

I think my favourite though was the banana toast for breakfast; it was soft, sweet and to die for. I ate it for every breakfast we had at the Waterfront, probably not a good thing for the diet but I was obsessed. Hehe silly sugar monster inside of me.

One day was found a comments card on our table; we filled it in say how professional the staff was, how friendly they had been and how good the food was. We also mentioned the gelatine problem, not the biggest deal but we thought we should mention it. The following day we arrived back at our cabin, and we had a knock on the door. A special delivery for as attached to a letter, the maitre d’ had apologised for our disappointment and sent a plate of sweet tempting treats for our enjoyment. customer service, hey!

It was a pleasure eating at this beautiful restaurant on the ship.

Below are a few samples of what we consumed over the 12 days.

Tina Webber
Tina Webber
Well what can i say? I'm complicated! Although my fundamentals, my core, what makes me, me i suppose is: Glorious food (especially the sweet stuff), the stunning beauty of nature and natural things and my love of excellent art and design.

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