Guests onboard the Pacific Dawn will be able to try the new seafood restaurant called Shell & Bones.
If you’re a lover of seafood, you’ll be able to try Singaporean-style crab from Queensland and steamed Australian blue mussels from South Australia.
The Shell & Bones Seafood & Grill will be part of the ship’s new international food market, The Pantry during the day. Then by night, it will open as a dedicated restaurant with bookings available and walk-ins welcome.
But if you’re not in the mood for seafood, Shell & Bones will also have items available from the grill – think beef short ribs and Portuguese-style road chicken. For the veggos, there are options available.
P&O Cruises President Sture Myrmell said the eatery is part of Pacific Dawn’s multi-million dollar refurbishment in Singapore.
“Our guests love all the new food offerings we’ve introduced across the fleet over the past two years and they have an appetite for more, so we think they’ll enjoy Shell & Bones,” he said.
“There’s really no better time to enjoy seafood than during a holiday at sea. With Shell & Bones, we’ve created a restaurant that captures the way Australians love to eat: with great menu, the company of family and friends and the ocean by your side.
“We think it will be the perfect complement to The Pantry concept which has already proved so popular on our other ships.”
The Pacific Dawn will return to Brisbane on March 6 following her drydock in Singapore.
Find out how to pick the best cabin in Cruise Passenger’s world-first Video Cruise Guide
We’ve made choosing your next cruise easy with a guide that cuts through the complications and tells you what lines are offering, where they can take you and what’s on board.