Despite the small size of the vessel, there is a good range of choice when it comes to meals.
The main dining area divides into two areas; one for the 7 Seas buffet dining area and the other for Blue Riband restaurant dining area and the Explorers Steakhouse.
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7 Seas Buffet Restaurant
During my sailing, the 7 Seas Buffet Restaurant was by far the most popular area. I dined there on the outbound sailing and in the Blue Riband Restaurant on the return journey.
The buffet is popular with families thanks to the fact that it is all-you-can-eat, which is always a hit as it offers great value and you can be sure the children are full!
There were distinct sections to the buffet, with a selection of hot dishes and meats, cold meats and salads, bread and desserts.
The food was varied and delicious. Perfectly cooked meats and the pasta salads are especially delicious. Desserts were equally as good and featured a range of cakes and mousses.
Waiter service complements the help-yourself buffet, serving drinks at an additional cost.
Blue Riband Restaurant / Explorers Steakhouse
Both Blue Riband Restaurant and Explorers Steakhouse share the same secluded space in the restaurant and offer a variety of menu choices.
The Blue Riband restaurant offers an à la carte menu with around four choices of starters, main courses and desserts. Opt for either a two-course or three-course meal.
I chose from this menu on the return journey, and the calibre of food was excellent, presented beautifully. The menu and presentation were similar to that expected at a high-end hotel or restaurant.
Kids choose from a Jack the Pirate themed children's menu, complete with a comic strip.
The Explorers Steakhouse menu offers a range of juicy steaks cooked and served the way you like it. Steaks arrive at the table sizzling hot.
Café Lighthouse offers light snacks and drinks with comfortable seating and a modern décor. The café was moderately busy during the voyage.
When the weather permits, there is a small Sky Bar at the rear of the ship that opens to sell a selection of beverages. It was mostly too windy during my crossings although it did briefly open when the wind calmed down.
The main dining space is split into several restaurants, each offering a different style of menu. Food is delicious and plentiful.
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- Sirena Seaways Cabins
- Food & Drink on Sirena Seaways (you are here)
- Entertainment on Sirena Seaways
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- Esbjerg's Ghost Ship Hotel
- LEGOLAND Billund Guide For Children
- LEGOLAND Billund Guide For Adults
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