HELP CENTRE

What is the difference between the Brasserie and the Food Court/Kitchen?

The Food Court is available on our Short Sea and Irish Sea routes (excluding Liverpool-Dublin) and is all about hearty, traditional family favourites such as fish & chips or a delicious curry and also includes snacks, sandwiches and other chilled options. 

The alternative to this on our North Sea routes is The Kitchen. You’ll be spoilt for choice with the wide range of flavours this restaurant offers from around the world. Your waiter will take your drinks order at your table and let you know about the Chef’s Specials and Soup of the Day. Then you’re free to help yourself to all the tasty meals on offer. 

Whatever the occasion, make your journey special with a fine dining experience at The Brasserie on our North Sea route. Relax with a glass of chilled white or a luscious red wine, and take in the sea view from our comfortable dining room, as our waiters serve you a delicious meal. Our Brasserie à la carte menu offers something for all tastes and appetites, so if you’re after a light bite or a three course dinner, The Brasserie is the perfect way to start your journey in style. We also offer a Brasserie kids menu.

Our Club Lounge** also offers a range of light bites and snacks such as a Cream Tea For One, Rare Roast Beef Open Sandwich or Antipasto, as you relax in comfortable, peaceful surroundings with complimentary refreshments and newspapers.
 
*Please note: The Brasserie will be closed until 6th August 2021*

**Please note that the Club Lounge is only available on our Short Sea and Irish Sea routes and menu options vary by ship and by route.

 


Our phone lines are currently very busy

Due to the recent UK and EU government announcements regarding changes to COVID-19 travel restrictions, we are currently dealing with an unprecedented number of calls to our contact centre team.

We kindly ask that in order to gain answers to your travel queries quicker, please first consider using our Help Centre above to find the latest travel requirements, entry rules and testing information needed prior to your departure.

If you wish to speak to an advisor regarding your booking, any amendments or cancellations you can contact us via the methods below. If your query relates to travel in more than 7 days time, please try contacting us again closer to your travel date. We’re working hard to assist those with immediate travel requirements. We thank you for your co-operation and patience at this busy time.

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If you do prefer to contact us in writing, our postal adress is:

P&O Ferries
Channel House
Channel View Road
Dover
CT17 9TJ
UNITED KINGDOM

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Please send any questions or comments to: help@poferries.com or submit an enquiry.

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Contact our call centre on 01304 44 88 88 between 09:00 and 17:00 Monday to Friday.

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