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Saturday, December 8, 2012

Chef's Table Aboard Allure of the Seas

Good morning,

The ship canyon you see in the image above is created by Freedom of the Seas on the right and Allure of the Seas on the left.  Respectively, they are second largest and largest cruise ships in the world.
This is the Chef's table aboard Allure of the Seas.  For an extra fee, this elegant table can be reserved for a very special dinner prepared especially for the small group of people at this table. 
I turned around in the same spot where I stood when I took the previous picture and this is the view.
I love the lighting!  Yes, those are knives and forks and spoons.  No, we didn't use those to eat.  ;)
I missed taking a picture of the salmon appetizer, but here is the main course.
 The dessert was also incredible!
 And, just in case you didn't have enough to eat, here are a few more little treats to go with coffee.
This incredible, huge chocolate art was on a side table.  It's a shame it wouldn't fit into my purse.  ;)

More pictures of Allure of the Seas to come.

Enjoy,
Lois

9 comments:

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great "ship canyon" pic. That is a keeper.

I do love fine dining and it looks like one can get it at the chef's table.

KaHolly said...

Wow, what great pictures. Probably as close as I'll ever get to being on a cruise!! Thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend.

Kathy said...

Yum! Sign me up!

fabriquefantastique said...

I find the ships canyon rather frightening......but love the whimsical cutlery chandelier, your new craft perhaps?

TexWisGirl said...

the food is too creative!

Montanagirl said...

Totally amazing! Love the canyon, and I really like that chocolate art.

Elaine said...

Love the cutlery chandelier! The presentation of those delectable treats is wonderful! I think I would have to change my name to Butterball if I spent as much time on a cruise ship as you do.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Hi Lois, just spent awhile viewing recent posts and to "see" the Freedom and Allure ships together is simply amazing. We have never been on a cruise; viewing your photos and reading your posts are quite enjoyable.

angela said...

all your wonderful posts from the high seas has inspired me. Ive book a cruise for next year. thanks for sharing Ill start my diet now to loose a little before I get to eat myself silly on the ship. lol