{oosterdam} on board eats (part 1)

January 28, 2012

Over the New Year, SGT Fong and I went on a Mexican cruise. So far, we’ve shared about the Oosterdam accommodations, a beautiful ocean sunset, cruise decorations, on board excitement, and towel animals in these previous posts. More stuff about our actual destination — Mexico — coming up sometime later next month. However, these next couple of days you’ll get a peek at all the cruise food we were able to enjoy! It’s crazy just how much food there was on board.

The first night at dinner, we learned that you really do need to order an appetizer, soup/salad, and entree because most of the portions were not all that big. The good thing is, that gives you a chance to try even more foods, which is great! First up was always the appetizer. There were always three to four options on the menu for appetizers. The portions were usually very tiny, but always creative and interesting. Most of the options included some kind of seafood, which I was definitely a fan of!

Crusin’ appetizer photo adventure:


3 Responses to “{oosterdam} on board eats (part 1)”

  1. Ba said

    They look very appetizing. Small portion is right. Is that a SINGLE dumpling for a whole appetizer plate?

  2. erj said

    and one slice of bread, and 2 chips for a whole appetizer? hahha
    but it does look quite gourmet!

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