Per­fect Pat­ties

Porthole Cruise Magazine - - Savvy Cruiser -

At Ocea­nia Cruises’ Wave Grill, The Kobe Burger — which stars five ounces of wagyu beef — is un­ri­valed. The rich meat melts in your mouth, and it has a swank sauce of house-made veal demi-glace, port, Madeira, black truf­fles, foie gras, and but­ter. A tow­er­ing house­baked sesame-seed bun, with fresh baby cress for crunch, com­pletes per­fec­tion. En­joy with hand-cut truf­fle fries for the ul­ti­mate haute in­dul­gence.

Re­gent Seven Seas Cruises de­serves a shout-out as well for flip­ping the big­gest va­ri­ety of health­ful burgers at the Pool Grill; choose be­tween tur­key, salmon, tuna, por­to­bello and feta cheese, ground veg­etable, and tofu green onion.

And if it’s dive eats that gets you grin­ning, re­joice in Guy’s Burger Joint, now aboard many Car­ni­val Cruise Line’s ships. (The line col­lab­o­rates with pumped-up Food Net­work per­son­al­ity Guy Fieri.) The meat is 80/20 ground chuck and is served on but­tered grilled rolls. Straight Up, with “su­per melty” cheese, let­tuce, tomato, onion, pickle, and “don­key sauce” (“jacked up” se­cret mayo sauce), is a sure bet. Or just pig out. Lit­er­ally. Go hog-wild with Pig Patty, which is Straight Up topped with a “burger” made solely of crispy ba­con.

Hello, heaven. Lido Deck eats are my un­abashed fa­vorites.

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