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Changes to Menu, dining?

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Just ret from 1st river cruise with AMA (pain & Provence) which was fantastic. Notice that the Bordeaux cruise there are several overnights (great!) Other than free time does AMA plan to offer something special @ ea overnight?

 

What hotels are used in Paris, CDG and Amboise?

 

Previous posters noted that some meals were below usual AMA standard ( having been totally spoiled with both food& service on AMADAGIO 2 weeks ago) I find this disconcerting.

Has AMA made changes to its menu, kitchen staff etc?

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Previous posters noted that some meals were below usual AMA standard ( having been totally spoiled with both food& service on AMADAGIO 2 weeks ago) I find this disconcerting.

Has AMA made changes to its menu, kitchen staff etc?

 

Hi CaroleLee,

 

Our staff in Bordeaux is consistent in terms of training and caliber with our other itineraries in Europe. And the menus and cuisine are all overseen by our award-winning Executive Chef, Primus Perchtold, just like on our other ships. We’ve been receiving very good reviews so far from our onboard surveys!

 

-Kristin

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