The dining on board the MS Trollfjord is a little different from what you’d expect on larger commercial cruises, but you’ll find the food is absolutely delicious, cooked and presented to a high standard by chefs who put plenty of thought into their menus. Breakfast and lunch are both served buffet style, in the passenger’s dining room, called Saga Hall. The breakfast menu is extensive, and includes cereal, fruit, and yogurt, bread, traditional Scandinavian breakfast fish, and international fare such as eggs and sausage. Lunch provides a similarly broad range, with breads, cheeses, and meats, salads, and hot dishes.
Evening meals vary depending on the season and the ship’s current location—with so many port stops each day, Hurtigruten chefs use plenty of fresh local seafood, meats, and produce. Enjoy fresh salads and hot soups, and main courses such as baked trout, reindeer steak, or succulent beef or lamb, followed by a decadent dessert such as strudel, chocolate fondant, or fresh fruit with rich cream.