dre @ MS Zuiderdam: There is an Italian restaurant called Caneletto that serves dinner as well on the boat. Unlike the fancy restaurant, we did not have to pay extra to eat here. We only had to make reservations, and it was pretty popular because it took us a couple of days to get in.
Our server introduced himself as Gelato. His name was really Ed, and he explained that since he worked in the Italian restaurant, his pseudonym was Gelato.
We started with an antipasti platter, and I tried everything except the bonaccini cheese and olives. I still prefer the vegetables to be hot instead of cold.
Minestrone Soup - This was hearty and not too salty
Salad with mixed greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, and bonaccini cheese balls
Baked Meat Lasagna Pomodoro - The sauce was so meaty and tasty, I wasn't even bothered by the amount of cottage cheese in between the layers, which is my lasagna deterrent.
Chicken Marsala Scaloppini - I made Mike order two entrees so that I could try this one out as well. The chicken was pretty juicy and the sauce was tasty.
Veal Milanese - Mike got this dish because he wanted to try a Milanese dish after eating a lot of chicken Milanese in Peru (weird, since it's Italian). The breaded veal was really crispy and tasty. I really liked the pesto spaghetti as well.
Trio of Tiramisu - espresso, lemon and Amaretto flavours
Mille-feuille of Madagascar Chocolate - My dad ordered it because of its fancy name, and butchered saying it when he ordered.
Pistachio gelato!!! I am really happy that I got to eat pistachio ice cream two days in a row!!!!
Finally, we were served some cotton candy. I haven't had cotton candy in a very long time, but I can't say that I'm a fan of it. It was really sticky and I don't know how to eat it without getting messy.
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