AFerry.co.uk offers a convenient way to research ferry travel around Europe as all carriers can be found on this one-stop-shop of a site – Aferry.co.uk! Not only can you compare prices and reserve crossings, whether across the Channel or the Irish Sea, around the Baltic or the Mediterranean or in among the Scottish Isles, you can also compare the amenities onboard ship.
One important factor – what foody facilities are available on various ferries is easily accessed. Some of the dining options are excellent with Fine Dining a common theme, although all ferries offer a broad choice of eateries for differing budgets.
For example: P&O Ferries’ new Dover – Calais route ships (except the Pride of Burgundy) have The Brasserie where the highest quality food and wine are served. Menus offer such goodies as fresh asparagus and Cotswold Char-grilled Lamb.
On the Rodin and Berlioz of MYFerryLink, once again servicing the Channel crossings, The Brasserie’s fine dining menu features such French dependables as Pavé de rumpsteak grille sauce béarnaise, gratin dauphinoise et haricots verts followed by Nougat glacé et sa purée framboise.
DFDS Seaways, on their Portsmouth – Le Havre ferries, have Le Bistro Norman, where an evening dinner whilst enjoying the sunset is an option.
New menu options feature this year on Stena Line ferries to Ireland so now delicious jalfrezis, stone baked pizzas and maple spare ribs are readily available, whilst on their Hook of Holland service from Harwich, Taste restaurant offers everything from duck breast to pork tenderloin.
The à la carte restaurants on the TransEuropa Ferries travelling to Belgium all have Italian, Belgian or English choices.
Most famous for their excellent cuisine however are Brittany Ferries where the dining experience is a feature of thecrossing to France or Spain, which feature vegetarian options as well as fine fish or locally sourced meat. Finish a satisfying French meal with a Soufflé Chaud au Grand Marnier or a Biscuit moelleux au citron, Glace à tequila?
Your journey abroad starts once you board your ferry and enjoy some of the delicious food and wine options embraced by nearly all the operators. Visit http://www.aferry.com/foodytraveller