AmaWaterways First River Line Inducted Into Tables et Auberges de France

AmaWaterways has announced its induction into the prestigious French culinary affiliation, Tables et Auberges de France—the to start with for a river cruise line. 

Now in its 26th year, the culinary group recognizes almost 2,000 unbiased establishments, ranging from top dining places to compact nation inns and, now, river cruise ships for their culinary excellence working with regional flavors and locally sourced components. Therefore, AmaWaterways, its culinary director, Robert Kellerhals, and the line’s 20 ships are now recognized within the recently launched culinary tutorial, “Tables et Auberges de France & Global 2021 White Manual.”

Chef Kellerhals works with a team of 5 corporate cooks to craft impressive dishes using neighborhood and artisan merchandise sourced mostly from family members-operate farms along the world rivers exactly where AmaWaterways operates voyages. 

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“I continually try to generate new, revolutionary culinary activities for our company, and I go on to be so inspired by the several places we go to,” claimed Chef Kellerhals in a prepared assertion. “The culinary planet is frequently evolving and I appear forward to continuing to enrich the culinary working experience across AmaWaterways’ ships.” 

AmaWaterways has a solid focus on farm-to-desk offerings and specialty places to eat that offer gourmet eating. “Culinary excellence is a person of my own passions and a critical component of our river cruise working experience,” extra Rudi Schreiner, AmaWaterways’ president and co-founder. For illustration, AmaWaterways offers epicurean-focused shore excursions. Guests can immerse on their own in regional foodie ordeals such as viewing a local resident’s house to see a demonstration of regular Bulgarian Banitsa pastries or discover about generations-previous winemaking traditions at winemaking estate.

As the line returns to world wide rivers this summer time, “e glimpse ahead to continuing to exceed culinary expectations of all who embark on their journey with us,” Schreiner stated.

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