The Brasserie Restaurant

One of two eating venues onboard the ships operating services between Dover and Calais, Hull and Rotterdam and also Hull and Zeebrugge. The Brasserie is a waiter service restaurant allowing you to dine in a more relaxed atmosphere.

Dover to Calais
The Brasserie on these ships is located on the upper passenger deck near the Club Lounge. There is plenty of time during the crossing to enjoy a full three course meal in the restaurant whilst enjoying sea views. Seating is limited so I recommend that you head to the restaurant as soon as you get onboard to book a table.

P&O operate a mini-cruise on the Dover to Calais route specifically for dining in the Brasserie. During the outward sailing you relax and enjoy complimentary drinks in the Club Lounge before being called through to the restaurant for the return sailing. Once you meal is finished you will be shown back to the Club Lounge to relax for the rest of the sailing.
Hull to Rotterdam
On the Pride of Hull and Pride of Rotterdam the Brasserie is located to the rear of Deck 9 and can be found behind the liquor and tobacco shop. Boarding begins several hours before sailing on this route so you have the opportunity to dine before the ship even leaves port, the restaurant opens at 18:30 but a crew member will be available from 16:30 to take table reservations. You must reserve a table as the restaurant does get busy and I have seen passengers turned away as they did not have a reservation. As part of your booking you can purchase pre-paid meal vouchers at a discount allowing you to dine in this restaurant, the vouchers are for a three course meal. You can also include breakfast in your vouchers. In terms of breakfast, whilst the restaurant is not as busy, it is advisable to again book a table. Minicruise passengers, can book a table for their return crossing at breakfast when arriving in Rotterdam.
Hull to Zeebrugge
On the Pride of Bruges and Pride of York the Brasserie is located to the rear of the Green Deck and can be found next to the Buffet Restaurant. Boarding begins a couple hours before sailing on this route, the restaurant opens at 18:30 but a crew member will be available from 16:30 to take table reservations. You must reserve a table as the restaurant does get busy and I have seen passengers turned away as they did not have a reservation. As part of your booking you can purchase pre-paid meal vouchers at a discount allowing you to dine in this restaurant, the vouchers are for a three course meal. You can also include breakfast in your vouchers. In terms of breakfast, whilst the restaurant is not as busy, it is advisable to again book a table. Minicruise passengers, can book a table for their return crossing at breakfast when arriving in Zeebrugge.