Monday, August 31, 2009
Captain Cook Cruises launch High Tea at Sea Cruises
To officially launch the High -Tea at Sea cruises, Lucas will join passengers on the first high tea cruise and combine his cooking talents with Captain Cook Cruises Head Chef, Dennis Yang, to create a delicious high tea menu.
Lucas, who made it to the final week of the first MasterChef series, always had a passion for food which made cooking a natural thing.
"My family are real foodies and for me, food is all about families coming together. You can be creative with textures and flavours and presentation, he explains.
Working with Captain Cook Cruises Head Chef to help design a delicious high tea menu will be a lot of fun and I'm sure it will be a menu enjoyed by everyone.
I'm also looking forward to meeting the passengers and discussing the menu when I launch the High Tea at Sea Cruises." Continues Mr Parson's.
The prestigious MV Sydney 2000 will host the High Tea at Sea and priced at $45 per person, the High Tea at Sea is an ideal way to sample the elegance of this superb cruising restaurant at a great price. The cruise also includes delectable bubbles and million dollar views of Sydney Harbour.
The High Tea at Sea cruises will run every Wednesday and Saturday throughout October and cruises depart at 2.30pm from No.6 Jetty Circular Quay and return at 3.45pm.
For further information and bookings, please contact Captain Cook Cruises toll free from Australia on 1800 804 843; Int +61-2-9206 1100, Email: Sydney@captaincook.com.au or visit www.captaincook.com.au.
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