Food on Pacific Explorer

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#1
Australia
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Joined Apr 2015
We're new to P&O and have just booked Pacific Explorer. I'm very much looking forward to the change of pace but have one big concern (of the first world variety)
One of our group is a teenage boy who is the proverbial bottomless pit. How late can we expect The Pantry to be open for late night snacks? Should we be suggesting a sandwich or the like stored in the cabin fridge? I really don't want an emergency call in the morning that he's expired from starvation in the night
Thank you all for hopefully putting my mind at rest.


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#2
melbourne australia
56 Posts
Joined May 2013
The pantry is open for dinner 5:30 pm till 9pm, 6:30 am to 10:30 am for breakfast and 11:30 am to 2:30pm for lunch.
You can get ready made sandwiches and store them in the fridge no problem. They also have things like nachos, papadams, pastries etc that can be put aside in your cabin.

Luke's grill is open 11am to 11 pm for $5 burgers ,$4 hot dogs, $4 chicken wings etc.

400 gradi sells pizzas ( $10 each) till late (up to midnight sometimes)

Also chips, chocolates etc are available for purchase at the ship's store.


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#3
Australia
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Joined Apr 2015
Thank you Andlep, I appreciate that information as I was not able to find it on the website.
He'll just have to be organised


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#5
Australia
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Joined Apr 2015
THanks Scyl, I don't plan on mentioning room service
I know that he won't actually perish from hunger, he's not so sure. Planning is key and if he forgets to organise snacks one night, he'll remember the next!
Am I able to take snacks like Mars Bars or Shapes on board? As I said, new to P&O and I'm not generally a rule breaker.


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#6
melbourne australia
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Joined May 2013
Originally posted by ozscot01
THanks Scyl, I don't plan on mentioning room service

Am I able to take snacks like Mars Bars or Shapes on board? As I said, new to P&O and I'm not generally a rule breaker.


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Yep as long as the packets are sealed.
We took Pringles and nuts with us.




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