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05 February 2013 09:40
Cruise ship passengers wil be fed by top chef Jason Atherton
Guests on the Silver Shadow cruise ship, operated by Silversea, are to be treated to the cooking talents of top chef Jason Atherton near the end of the year. Travellers on voyage 3334 will leave for Singapore from Hong Kong on November 25, during which time Michelin-starred Atherton will cook a four-course dinner.
The chef owns restaurants in Hong Kong, London, Shanghai and Singapore and is known for signature dishes such as PBJ (jelly, jam and peanut) and scallop sashimi "trip to Japan 2012". The trip will be all the more enjoyable if
cruise travel insurance is sorted out in good time, giving that extra peace of mind as you tuck into the exclusive food. The cruise takes nine days in total and will stop off in the Vietnamese ports of Chan May, Nha Trang and Ho Chi Minh City to reach Singapore by December 4.
Silversea's Mike Bonner said: "Jason Atherton is one of the finest chefs of his generation. He is producing high-quality, much sought-after, world-class food at his restaurants in Europe and Asia and we are delighted to welcome him on Silver Shadow to cook for our guests. This voyage will be the ultimate in fine dining in 2013."
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