Cafe Jardin on Oceana

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#1
UK
1,378 Posts
Joined Jan 2013
Hello all. My restaurants have just come up on my CP for booking on my February cruise. However Cafe Jardin is listed, isn't it going in the ref-fit which will before my cruise?
#2
hampshire england
1,415 Posts
Joined Jul 2004
Well according to latest reports, no it's staying, but then P&O don't have a good track record at letting us know what's happening! We love Cafe Jardin for breakfast and lunch and the occasional evening meal. It's only the evening meal that is bookable.
#3
UK
1,378 Posts
Joined Jan 2013
Ooh that would be great if it was staying, Annie. I suppose I wouldn't lose out if I booked and it was changed!
#4
Uk
73 Posts
Joined Jun 2012
We were on the Oceana in June and I was told by one of the officers in Cafe Jardin that it was P & Os intention at some stage to transform it into a Glass House.

Her did not know when but I assumed that if this was to happen, it would be done at its next refit.

Personally I think a better location for a Glass House on Oceana would be Le Club which is seriously underused most evenings. I know Le Club is a venue for a number of daytime activities but I am still of the opinion it would be a better option.
#5
Kent, England
6,176 Posts
Joined Mar 2008
And while they are at it change the buffet into a Crows nest after 9.30pm. It already has a bar so you could have the disco there as well
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#7
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They've recently introduced a new menu for Cafe Jardin which was publicised on their website. I thought they wouldn't do that if they were getting rid of Cafe Jardin, but you never know! I also seem to remember it wasn't under MP White but someone else, can't remember who. I'm sure if you booked it on the CP and it changed to The Glasshouse before your cruise they would either transfer your booking or contact you to see if you wanted a refund or to change it. I'm sure you wouldn't lose any money by booking now.
#8
Gt Britain
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Joined Nov 2015
Originally posted by Charleyben
We were on the Oceana in June and I was told by one of the officers in Cafe Jardin that it was P & Os intention at some stage to transform it into a Glass House.

Her did not know when but I assumed that if this was to happen, it would be done at its next refit.

Personally I think a better location for a Glass House on Oceana would be Le Club which is seriously underused most evenings. I know Le Club is a venue for a number of daytime activities but I am still of the opinion it would be a better option.
We were told on our cruise last year that Le Club was going to become Magnums. It wouldn't surprise me if they made the Cafe Jardin into a Glasshouse.