Having just returned today from the cruise, I'm here to report to those interested what some of the items on the menu at LeBistro were. There was a frisse salad with gorgonzola, walnuts, and champagne dressing; onion soup (absolutely delicious--had it every night), escargot, seared sea scallops, asparagras in orange hollandaise sauce (delicious and so light!) with mushrooms, foie gras and maybe 5 others. Entrees included duck, swordfish, coq au vin (GREAT--ate this 2 nites), pork loin (gravy good but meat a little over cooked), rack of lamb (hubby said it was fantastic), bouillebaise (sp), beef tenderloin, and another seafood selection or two. Desserts included creme brulee (just ok), flourless choc cake, ice cream, sherbets, cheeses, and some others, but we had souffles two nites which were good. Staff went out of their way to be accommodating, granting our every wish, were very pleasant, professional and informative. I would highly recommend this restaurant. It's hidden away (you need to use entrance on deck 6 across from Captain Cook's bar to find it) and is decorated lovely and quite romantic. Bon appetite!