Sea Food

by Lexi Dwyer

If the phrase "cruise food" calls to mind midnight chocolate buffets, ho-hum all-you-can-eat Continental fare, and towering ice sculptures, you're in for a treat. Those ice sculptures are still around, but these days, any ship worth its salt has a celebrity toque at the kitchen's helm. Here's the lowdown on today's top culinary journeys.

Constellation, Celebrity Cruises: Gastronomic delights from a three-star Michelin chef
Crystal Serenity, Crystal Cruises: Onboard eateries by Japanese raw fish guru Nobu Matsuhisa
Paul Gauguin, Radisson Seven Seas: Asian-influenced French cuisine in the South Pacific
Queen Mary II, Cunard: Mediterranean cooking for the transatlantic set by Todd English
Seabourn Legend, The Yachts of Seabourn: Charlie Palmer's twist on fresh produce from local ports
Wind Surf, Windstar Cruises: An informal atmosphere complements refreshing spa fare

Published September 2005

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Information may have changed since date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.



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