AmaWaterways Awarded Best River Cruise Line for Dining in 2017 Cruise Critic Annual Editor's Picks Awards

Guildford, UK - (Dec. 13, 2017) - AmaWaterways has been awarded with ‘Best River Cruise Line for Dining’ in 2017 Cruise Critic Editors’ Picks Awards. The awards are selected by a global panel of impartial cruise experts from Cruise Critic, to highlight the best ocean, river and luxury cruise lines across dozens of categories.

“This award reflects AmaWaterways’ incredibly high standards of gastronomic excellence across our fleet and is testament to the dedication of our chefs to offer unforgettable culinary experiences through menus that feature exquisite local cuisine as well as traditional offerings” said Jamie Loizou, Sales, Marketing & Digital Director.

AmaWaterways was the first River Cruise line to be inducted into La Confrérie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, the prestigious international gastronomic society dedicated to fine cuisine.

Aboard AmaWaterways, the award-winning cuisine is showcased throughout each voyage and across an array of dining venues. Delicious cuisine is served not only in the Main Restaurant, but also in the intimate Chef's Table, where guests have the opportunity to watch chefs prepare a special, multi-course epicurean masterpiece. The menu is unique and dishes paired with fine wines, hand-selected for each individual experience.

Each European voyage features a La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs dinner and wine cruises pair wonderful menus with perfectly matched wines. Multi-award winning Executive Chef Primus Perchtold oversees all European menus and one of his recipes is left on stateroom pillows each night, in case guests wish to recreate his masterpieces at home.

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