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Eating our way to Barcelona

Norwegian Cruise Lines had a cruise from Houston to Barcelona that was reasonably priced, and since we were parked near the port, we booked it.  As a bonus, we received an Unlimited Dining Package.

Most larger cruise ships have specialty restaurants on board, rivaling those on shore.  So we prepared to spend 16 days of gastronomic excess.  The specialty restaurants are:

Cagney, a Chicago style steak house.
Le Bistro, classic French.
Moderno, Argentinian Chucassaria
Tepanyaki, Japanese steak house
La Cucina, Italian style country

So here are a few highlights.  Yes, we gained weight but a lot of walking kept it somewhat in check.


Tenderloin (Le Bistro)


Cornets (Le Bistro)


Lobster and Fettuccini (Cucina)


32 Oz porterhouse (Cagney)


Chicken drumsticks (Cagney)


Lobster, shrimp, calamari and filet (Tepanyaki)


Lamb chops (Bistro)


Roasted pig (Grand Buffet)


29 oz. Tomahawk steak (Cagney)


Filet (Moderno)

  1. May 25, 2016 at 2:14 pm

    Wonderful, words and pics.

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