Oceania has added a new seven-course special dinner, called La Cuisine Bourgeoise, to its roster of intimate dining experiences at La Reserve by Wine Spectator, found on its largest ships, Marina and Riviera.The dinner is themed around seasonal ingredients and classic dishes from the mid-20th century that are favorites of renowned chef Jacques Pepin, Oceania's Executive Culinary Director.Each of the seven courses is paired with a complementary wine, and dishes are intended to be both beautiful and delicious. The menu includes Maine lobster and cheese souffle paired with a chardonnay from Burgundy, France; Dover sole fillet with crustacean mousse and French black truffles paired with a pinot noir from Burgundy; and a roasted beef tenderloin paired with a Bordeaux wine."Oceania Cruises is all about feeling and emotion, so I am especially pleased with what Jacques has created with La Cuisine Bourgeoise.
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