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A-Rosa unveils ‘diverse’ range of culinary options on board new ship A-Rosa Sena

CLIA river cruise conference 2022, pictured A-Rosa Sena

A-Rosa River Cruises has revealed the dining options for its new ship A-Rosa Sena.

The ship – which will use an E-Motion concept to allow it to operate on battery power – is scheduled to launch on the Rhine in May 2022.

A-Rosa Sena will feature the A-Rosa Market as its main restaurant, which will have a self-serve buffet option and live cooking stations.

The buffet will include “a range of dishes from the regions visited, alongside meat and fish dishes, vegan and vegetarian offerings”, the line said.

The restaurant has been designed to be “reminiscent of the varied market halls in the large cities that A-Rosa Sena will travel through”, A-Rosa added.

Guests will also be able to dine in The Pavilion, a seating area within the A-Rosa Market, and Riverside, an outdoor seating area.

The Sena Grill, a speciality restaurant, will serve steak and seafood, while The Winery will be an area for small events and functions on board. Finally, bars include the Sena Bar and the Up & Down Bar.

A-Rosa River Cruises UK & Ireland MD Lucia Rowe said: “In 2020, due to our hygiene concept we were unable to offer our popular gourmet buffets. Instead, we created a menu from the buffet selections, which guests choose from, and we served it to them at their tables.

“We received feedback from our guests that whilst they missed our self-service buffets, some enjoyed the table service we were offering. So, on A-Rosa Sena we decided we would offer the best of both worlds – guests can choose to visit the buffet themselves or be served from the buffet menu at their table. It’s all about flexibility.”

A-Rosa recently revealed plans to “internationalise” its entire fleet, starting in spring 2022.

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