by StevePink on June 18, 2018
This is one of the two main dining rooms on the ship and the décor is such that you see a blend of images from ancient Egypt. There is assigned seating but the congenial atmosphere is such that you will enjoy the companionship of your fellow passengers. The double doors are etched with glass and the large windows give you an excellent view of the sea as you dine. Even the dishes the exquisite food is served on are carefully crafted.
Rate & Review Alexandria Restaurant
Open 24 hours a day and based on a French-style bistro, Café Bordeaux presents an alluring option any time of the day or night. Situated on the deck above Champion''s Sports Bar, the café is easy to find and close to the ship''s other public rooms. Taking its cues from Aurora''s travels, this venue is cosmopolitan in style. Vibrant prints adorn the walls. French cuisine, as well as food from around the world, tempts you around the clock. Café Bordeaux is a ‘Select Dining'' restaurant offering a more informal alternative to ‘Club Dining'', which is found in the main restaurants, Alexandria and Medina.
Be the first to review Cafe Bordeaux
Decorated in a Moorish design reflecting the link between P & O Cruise s with North Africa and the Middle East. This restaurant seats over 500 people and has tables for two as well as tables for eight. Both day and night, you can enjoy stunning views of the ocean through the large windows on either side of the room.
Be the first to review Medina Restaurant
When you don''t feel like dragging yourself away from the pool and getting dressed for lunch, you can pop in for a light snack from late morning until early evening. The children will appreciate the fast-food feel of the Sidewalk Café and with pizzas, burgers, salads and open sandwiches on the menu they will love the food! This casual eatery offers spectacular sea views from its high vantage point on the Lido Deck.
Be the first to review Sidewalk Cafe
Dine in casual style as you serve yourself in the Orangery. The restaurant opens early for breakfast, which are the traditional full English breakfasts. There is a buffet served for lunch and afternoon tea. The walls of the Orangery are decorated in murals and the room has a casual atmosphere with spectacular views. Here you can also enjoy a themed dinner and later the restaurant transforms into a dance floor.
Be the first to review The Orangery