HAL Unveils Signature Master Chef's Dinner

A fun new dining entertainment program, the Signature Master Chef's Dinner, has been successfully tested with guests on Holland America Line's Volendam and is expected to be rolled out fleetwide by Holland America this fall. Once per cruise in each ship's main restaurant, passengers will be greeted by their servers and other dining room staff dressed as chefs with white hats and jackets. There will be chef's touches throughout the evening including dancing waiters, a souvenir menu, dinner rolls shaped like a chef's hat, a choreographed napkin delivery routine, singing and chef's surprises. Master chef Rudi Sodamin, Holland America's culinary consultant, created the new event.

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