Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines Food Blog

Food is a big part of any cruise and on my recent Fred. Olsen, Braemar cruise, I enjoyed so many good dishes that I decided to photograph some of them and share them in a food blog.

I have gathered a collection of images from the Grampian Restaurant, Palms Cafe buffet, room service, Marquee Deck bar and one snap of traditional afternoon tea, which was served in the Observatory Lounge.

The food on Braemar was very good indeed. A substantial variety of options day and night and some of the best soups I have ever tasted! I especially liked the fact that both the Grampian and Thistle restaurants offered a menu option AND a buffet option for breakfast and lunch. If nothing on the menu grabbed your attention, then you could help yourself to some of the buffet options – for a picky eater like me, this was ideal! It also meant you didn’t have to leave one dining venue and go to another because the menu didn’t suit your tastes.

I hope you enjoy the pictures, I definitely enjoyed eating the food! 😉

Tagliatelle Pasta Tagliatelle ‘Perugia’ – Ribbon pasta tossed in a creamy garlic sauce with smoked ham, peas and spring onion

Chocolate Cake

Milk, white and dark chocolate mouse cake (it was good too!)

Grilled Chicken Breast

Grilled chicken breast with mushroom ragout

Smoked pork loin

Grilled smoked pork loin with a fried egg

Breaded Fish Goujons

Breaded fish goujons with a small spoonful of potato and tartar sauce.

Pork Cordon Bleu

Pork cordon bleu filled with ham and Swiss Cheese, served with sauteed potatoes, green peas and baby onions

Chicken Vermicelli

Chicken Vermicelli – Clear consomme with strips of chicken, fresh parsley and vermicelli noodles

Tagliatelle Alfredo

Tagliatelle Alfredo – Pasta tossed in a light white wine and cheese sauce, garnished with tomato concasse

Rich Chocolate Fudge Cake

Rich (and delicious) chocolate fudge cake

Poached Pear

Poached pear with fresh ice cream

Ham, Cheese and tomato sandwich

Ham and cheese sandwich with ready salted crisps and a side of coleslaw (room service menu)

Chocolate Mousse

Milk, white and dark chocolate mousse with a raspberry compote

Roasted Garlic Soup

Roasted garlic soup – It smelled SO strong but in flavour it was not overpowering at all, just right.

Margherita Pizza

Margherita pizza on the Marquee Deck

Indian Buffet

My choices from the Indian buffet in the Palms Cafe – Tandoori chicken, vegetable pakora and samosa, chicken curry, vegetable rice and a little piece of pitta bread

Grilled Chicken Burger

Grilled chicken breast served on a toasted bun with fries

Palms Cafe Breakfast Braemar

My breakfast choice in the Palms Cafe one morning – Beans, scrambled egg and hash browns

Afternoon tea Braemar

Traditional afternoon tea served in the Observatory Lounge – Selection of pastries and tarts and sandwiches including egg mayonnaise, cucumber, plump shrimp and avocado and smoked salmon with cream cheese.

Spinach and Potato Soup

Spinach and potato soup – The BEST soup of the entire trip!

Asian buffet palms cafe Braemar

My choices from the Asian buffet in the Palms Cafe – Chicken skewers with peanut sauce, vegetable spring rolls, sweet and sour chicken, fried rice, noodles and some courgette, which I scooped out of another set of noodles 😉

Chocolate cake

Chocolate fudge cake with a rich cherry compote

Mozzarella, Tomato and red onion salad

Mozzarella, tomato and red onion salad

Smoked salmon parcel

 Smoked salmon parcel filled with diced potato and chopped spring onion, bound in horseradish mayonnaise

Chicken breast and cheese

Grilled chicken breast wrapped in bacon and cheese, served with chunky chips, vegetables and a BBQ sauce

Prawn Cocktail

Shrimp cocktail with avocado

Tagliatelle Carbonara

Tagliatelle Carbonara – with CRISPY bacon too, not the half cooked stuff that some places serve! It was lovely and creamy.

 

OK! Now you go…….eat!!!! 😉

Author: Danielle

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

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4 comments on “Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines Food Blog
  1. […] joined me in October said the options available for her were the best she had ever had at sea! My Braemar food blog was the first in my Fred. Olsen food series and I am sure you will enjoy this one just as […]

  2. Neal Berkowitz says:

    And you lost how much weight on this cruise? 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    The food looks good, we are cruising with MSC in October, hope thE food is as good.

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