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P&O Cruises: Oceana

Oceana Dining

Breakfast and lunch are open seating in two main dining rooms. For dinner, one dining room offers two traditional assigned seatings; the other has open seating. There are three extra-charge specialty restaurant options: one features Italian dishes, a café serves Mediterranean

cuisine, and the third—an alfresco restaurant for grilled seafood and steak—requires dinner reservations. The buffet is open 24 hours with views of the ocean. A coffee bar serves specialty coffees and teas, and caviar is available in the champagne bar. There is a charge for room service.

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