I will share some photos here from our first three evening meals. I thought I had missed photos of our first dinner, but had mistakenly identified them as coming from our second night.
As mentioned before, dinner was a sit down affair, usually served in the first floor dining room. We tried to sit together at a table for 6, but occasionally mixed with our fellow passengers (note, everyone we met on the cruise was very nice). We were asked to pick our evening entree and dessert selection at lunchtime. The first evening, we sampled the beef selection, the fish, and the vegetarian -risotto with asparagus. All were very good. An appetizer Dish was also served before the meal, often highlighting Ecuadorian Cuisine.
Our first evening’s fare:
As as you can see, the main dessert was usually quite fancy. Fruit was a nice alternative as it was always very fresh and tasty.
Our second dinner was just as good. I didn’t take notes on the fish selection each night, but I remember red snapper, wahoo, and grouper as some of the offerings. The meat selections included beef, pork, turkey, and chicken. We also discovered a range of pastas were offered each evening. I chose the Pasta Carbonara on night 2, and it was delicious.
The others caught on to the pasta trick, and we had colorful Trio of Pastas for night 3.
This is a good example of the meals we were served on La Pinta. We had no complaints, and will also say the service was very good. Our waiter, Luis took exceptional care of us.
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