So more dinners and more fun! Princess Cruise dinner are set in a fancy setting, table cloths, fine service, and even candle lighting. And every night it's a five course meal
Here is Part I for more fun!
|Tian of Premium and Gin-cured Salmon poached sea scallops, shrimp and creamy papaya dressing|
|Beef Carpaccio with Arugula and Celeriac lemon extra virgin olive oil, shaved Marmigiano Reggiano and aged balsamic reduction|
|Pink Champagne Sorbet maccerated grapefruit, pomegranate and lemon confit|
This sorbet was served between the soup & salads and main course to help clean the palate. It was SO GOOD! You could taste all the champagne in the sorbet and I actually got pink in the face (I've got a bad case of Asian glow and low tolerance, even sorbet can get me drunk harhar).
|Broiled Lobster Tail and Tiger Prawns|
The waiter went around the table helping us take the lobster meat out of the tail, top service!
|Fettuccine Alfredo in Crisp Parmesan Basket|
|Chocolate Pudding Cake|
|Cream Cheese Cake|
|James Beard's French Toast with a crumbled-up corn flake coating|
Had to get the French toast again. Too yummy
|Nasi Goreng Indonesian spiced rice with chicken, fried egg and cucumber accompanied by beef satays and peanut dip|
|Baba au Rhum baked yeast cake soaked in dark rum|
They also have a 24/7 cafe that have trays and trays of these delicious desserts. The whole boat is just tempting you with food
|Baby Strawberry Cheesecake|
|Chocolate Mousse Tarts|
|Dark Chocolate Pudding|
|Fresh Fruit Tarts|