Cruise Cuisine Photo Blog Part 2 The P&O Cruises Edition

I have sailed with P&O Cruises more times than any other cruise line so I thought it only right I do a P&O Cruises edition of the Cruise Cuisine photo blog.

I have photographed just about every single thing I have eaten onboard and although I can’t share them all with you these are some of my favourites.

Enjoy! 🙂

Buffalo-Mozzarella-PizzaBuffalo Mozzarella and Caramelised Onion Pizza. Cafe Jardin, Oceana

Broccoli-SoupBroccoli Soup with Almond Flakes. Main Dining Room

Paremsan-RissotoParmesan and Asparagus Risotto. Main Dining Room

Hot-Dog-FriesHot Dog & Fries (extra onions!) Outdoor Grill

Steak PaniniSteak Panini. Cafe Jardin Lunch menu, Oceana

Tempura-King-PrawnsTempura King Prawns. Horizon Grill, Oceana

Baked-Ham-BaguetteBaked Ham Baguette. Room Service

Chicken-SizzlerChicken Sizzler (also available as King Prawn or Beef or a combo) The Beach House, Ventura (evening menu)

Prawn-CocktailPrawn Cocktail with Guacamole (delicious!!) Main Dining Room

Baked-Mushroom-AlfredoBaked Mushroom Alfredo (Garlic, Spinach and Parmesan sauce) One of my favourite dishes! The Beach House, Ventura (evening menu)

Parmesan-CakesFried Parmesan Cakes (another delicious treat!) Main Dining Room

Spinach-and-Ricotta-PastaSpinach and Ricotta pasta. Main Dining Room

Potato-SkinsBacon and Sour Cream Potato Skins. The Beach House, Ventura (evening menu)

Grilled-ChickenGrilled Chicken Breast. Main Dining Room

Chicken-KievGarlic Chicken Kiev with Spring Onion Mash and Vegetables. Main Dining Room

Roast-BeefRoast Beef with Mash and Vegetables. Main Dining Room

SteakJuicy Steak with Triple Cooked Chips, Onion Rings and Portobello Mushroom. Horizon Grill, Oceana (evening menu)

Chocolate-BrowniesTrio of Brownies with various sauces. Horizon Grill, Oceana (evening menu)

Banoffee CheesecakeBanoffee Cheesecake. Horizon Grill, Oceana (evening menu)

NachosNachos with Sour Cream & Guacamole. The Beach House, Ventura (evening menu)

Chocolate-PieCan’t remember the name of this one but it was amazing! Very rich dark chocolate! Main Dining Room

Chicken-TikkaChicken Tikka Masala. The Beach House, Ventura (evening menu and no longer served on skewers 😦 )

Strawberry CheesecakeStrawberry Cheesecake. The Beach House, Ventura (evening menu)

Cold MeatTurkey Breast with salad,pickle and salami. Main Dining Room

Mushroom CroissantWarm Mushroom Croissant. Main Dining Room

Honeycomb-IceCreamHoneycomb Ice Cream. Main Dining Room

Deep Fried BrieDeep Fried Brie. Main Dining Room

I don’t know about you but I am now in need of some FOOD!!!!

Author: Danielle

Trying to explore each and every inch of this wonderful planet via cruise ship.

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2 comments on “Cruise Cuisine Photo Blog Part 2 The P&O Cruises Edition
  1. Paul says:

    The dark chocolate one is a Sachertorte – it usually has the name iced on the top when I have it!
    (Another fan of taking food pictures here – especially the desserts)

  2. Jane Smith says:

    Now I’m really looking forward to my P&O cruise in August! Thank you for sharing this. I was on MSC Opera last August (the week before your trip) and never managed to eat in the main dining rooms as they were so crowded and overwhelming. I will make more effort this year.
    Jane Smith

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