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Old July 26th, 2008, 08:05 PM
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Default Executive chef tells a little known fact.

This is part of an artical from the Crown Princess Ship review in the Cruisemates web site.

Unlike many cruise lines, Princess does not have an executive chef designing the recipes for the entire fleet. Each ship has its own executive chef who is responsible for the menu creation. This means cuisine is more tailored the region the ship is cruising, a nice touch. It also gives the chef the ability to change food selection according to passenger response. In talking to the executive chef on board, we were told that the best food is served in the open seating restaurants (though the menus are identical in all three main dining rooms) because of the ability to cook food as it is ordered, rather than according to a pre-determined time schedule. Our food always arrived hot and perfectly prepared.


For all you Cruisemates readers, does cooking food to order in the open seating restaurants, change your mind on seating in the main dinning room. Let me know.
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