At Restaurant Ombord they stand for good food – the kind that doesn’t require a PhD in gastronomy but just a reg- ular appetite for life. They serve classics with the right kind of twist needed to surprise rather than shock you. The menu is manageable and composed by chefs who are as diligent with their hands as their minds. The restaurant have enough tables, and they are easy to appreciate for the good people who visit Ombord. So, who would you like to spend an enjoyable evening with? Who will be joining Ombord?