For our final night on Vista we were invited to dine at Toscana. On both Nautica and Sirena, Toscana was my favourite. I was keen to see how the meal on Vista would turn out.
We started the night at Martinis. Anthony had us tapping our toes nightly and the bar team were cheerful and professional. I was going to miss this. On to Toscana.
I love the tables and the view from the large aft windows as you sail out of port. No carpet means it’s a bit louder and more boisterous but the room is small enough so it isn’t too loud and the chairs are easier to move.
A visit from the olive oil cart is a nice part of the Toscana experience.
Giada De Laurentiis is Godmother of Vista 2 of her creations, featured at Toscana were the talk of the ship. And it was excellent, pasta al denté, prawn fresh and crisp, sauce light and bright.
Shirley judged the pesto the star of the pasta trio and she’s a pesto nut.
But seriously the Branzino with fennel and pomegranate was inspired.
Another perfect dinner at Toscana.