Travel Journalist and co-creator of CruiseReport.com Chris Dikman is currently sailing on Nieuw Amsterdam and will be sending in cruise diaries during his voyage.
Cruise ship dining is evolving. Gone are the days of eating in the same dining room each evening with the same group of folks. Unless, of course, you choose to. Modern cruise ships, at least the larger ships, offer a variety of dining choices, cuisines and venues. Holland America Line is leading this effort with some innovative dining concepts. Certainly, one of the most innovative is Tamarind, an Asian fusion restaurant found on Nieuw Amsterdam and Eurodam. We were impressed with the Asian restaurant on Eurodam back in 2008, so we were anxious to try Tamarind on Nieuw Amsterdam.
Tamarind is located on deck 11 amidships just across from The Silk Den lounge. The restaurant is open for lunch on most days and dinner each evening. There is a $15 per person service charge for dinner, no charge for lunch. Reservations are required for dinner.
Topics: Cruise Diary, Food & Beverage, ms Nieuw Amsterdam
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