Oceania Cruises delivers some of the best cuisine at sea from the moment you board the ship. From delicious breakfasts to delicious lunches and dinners, each meal is carefully developed and tested by the group’s leading chefs.
The result is five star food you will love, carefully inspired by the great places you will visit.
But Oceania cruises aren’t a line to rest on their laurels. Scheduled to launch in early 2023, the upcoming Vista with 1,200 guests will offer no fewer than 12 culinary venues, including four new restaurants serving innovative, modern dishes.
Open for lunch and dinner, Ember’s new restaurant will focus on great American cuisine, with hearty dishes including short ribs cooked on polenta, crab cakes with spicy aioli, and Cobb salad with smoked chicken.
No less exciting is the debut of Aquamar Kitchen, a wellness-focused venue open daily for breakfast and lunch. Here you can start your day with a fresh cold-pressed juice or a premium smoothie, before tucking into a bowl of homemade granola, delicious avocado toast, organic energy dishes, or a breakfast roll.
The lunch menu is equally nutritious, with dozens of tempting dishes including slow-roasted organic salmon with quinoa tabbouleh, tahini and lemon, and yellowfin tacos with white cabbage salad. And who can resist a crunchy chicken sandwich on a fresh whole-grain bun?
– Read more: How to enjoy Oceania Cruises’ award-winning food –
Red Ginger, one of Oceania Cruises’ best-loved specialty dining spots, will also appear on Vista. With its harmonious and serene interior, this restaurant offers contemporary interpretations of Asian classics.
Dishes include spicy roast duck salad and watermelon with cashew nuts. Malaysian Penang Beef With Coconut Rice And Paratha Roti; A Thai vegetable curry with sweet potatoes, eggplant, mushrooms and basil in a green curry sauce.
Check out the recipe below to make your own mouth-watering watermelon and duck salad.
Whether you’re looking for a healthy meal or a luxurious treat, you’ll find culinary excellence in every Vista restaurant, café and kitchen.
“We are very excited to have Vista join our fleet, and we have planned a fantastic inaugural season with 18 flights across more than 24 countries across four continents,” says Bernard Carter, Managing Director of Oceania in Europe.
– READ MORE: Bernard Carter of Oceania shares Vista’s food secrets –
Highlights include the Spanish, French, and Italian Riviera, the Greek Islands, the Holy Land, the Canary Islands, the wine country of Spain, Portugal, France, the British Isles, colonial America, and the Panama Canal.
“With overnight stays in Lisbon, Venice, Istanbul, Jerusalem, Bordeaux, Montreal and New York City, plus a host of out-of-the-ordinary treasures to explore, Vista offers the ultimate way to see the world, while enjoying the most exquisite dining on board.”