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Dining  Îles Du Vent  French Polynesia
Your Polynesian voyage is meant to be savored — and that includes your dining experience. Paul Gauguin’s expert chefs serve up an array of tempting specialties, presented in refined surroundings and accompanied by exceptional service. Of course, delicious vegetarian, gluten-free, and low-carb options are always available upon request. In 2016, La Veranda will also feature signature dishes designed especially for Paul Gauguin Cruises by Jean-Pierre Vigato, Chef Propriétaire of the Michelin-starred Restaurant Apicius in Paris. Onboard dining choices include:

Elegant décor, crisp linens, and your choice of culinary creations await you in The Gauguin’s exquisite main dining room. Open for dinner only, L’Etoile features expertly prepared cuisine presented on delicate china by a solicitous staff, ever ready to top off your glass when needed.
La Veranda
Warm ocean breezes, expansive views, and the tantalizing trademark fare of The Gauguin’s talented chefs fill your senses in this indoor/outdoor dining venue. La Veranda is open for breakfast and lunch, with an additional reservations-only dinner option in the evenings.
Le Grill
Enjoy more casual dining in Le Grill, where breakfast and lunch are served buffet style with additional items available to order from a menu. For dinner, Polynesian-inspired delights set the table amid lively conversation and attentive service.