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Sushi on Holland America

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Hi guys:
I have been getting into sushi lately. Delecteable, but not totally bad for you. A little soy, wasabi, mmmmmmmmmm. (not a ginger on sushi person..:) Does Holland America have sushi, and if it does how good is it? Also, how good is the seafood in general? Going to Alaska, and so definitely want to try some salmon, and other seafood but don''t know whether to do that in port or on the ship (where it is prepaid!) Addmittely this isn't the most pressing question on earth, but was curious.

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[SIZE=3][COLOR=blue]The Eurodam has the Tamarind restaurant. This place is reason enough to sail the Eurodam, FANTASTIC! Sushi and sashimi you will love it we did.:D[/COLOR][/SIZE]

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Did the 17 day repositioning on the Zuiderdam from Venice to Ft Lauderdale Oct 2008 - there was sushi every day in the Lido - only complaint (other than the Code Red for the voyage) was the wasabi was too thin!

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[quote name='sassy73']Hi guys:
I have been getting into sushi lately. Delecteable, but not totally bad for you. A little soy, wasabi, mmmmmmmmmm. (not a ginger on sushi person..:) Does Holland America have sushi, and if it does how good is it? Also, how good is the seafood in general? Going to Alaska, and so definitely want to try some salmon, and other seafood but don''t know whether to do that in port or on the ship (where it is prepaid!) Addmittely this isn't the most pressing question on earth, but was curious.[/quote]

The Westerdam has sushi in the Lido buffet. Sushi was just okay, the salmon in the dining room was really good (several times).

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[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=5]Eurodam[/SIZE][/FONT]
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[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=5]Better at the Tamarind than in the Lido.[/SIZE][/FONT]

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On our Eurodam cruise last March, I found rare seared tuna at the salad bar every day. I got a plate of it, then went over to the sushi station for some wasabi and soy sauce. It was better than what they were serving and made a great lunch.

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