5 Cruise Restaurants to WOW Your Guests

A cruise getaway means looking forward to many things, but for most, the dining experiences on board their ship form a huge part in the overall cruise experience.

Eating at a great restaurant is one of life’s finest indulgences, so don’t let your guests worry about leaving the dining choices behind on dry land.

With some spectacular speciality restaurants, celebrity chefs, innovative menus and overall delicious dishes, we have picked out our top 5 cruise restaurants which will no doubt leave your guests wanting to try it for themselves.  

1. Wonderland: Royal Caribbean

An imaginative dining adventure in an Alice in Wonderland-inspired setting.

Seated with an easel, a blank menu and a paint brush, guests uncover their unconventional dining options divided up into six elements: sun, sea, ice, earth and fire.

The six-course dinner menu encourages guests to expand their culinary boundaries from their small-plate experience.

Adventurous Eaters

Dinner

$$$

All Quantum Class ships, including Anthem of the Seas sailing the UK this summer.

2. Rapunzel's Royal Table: Disney Cruise Line

Inspired by Disney’s animated movie, Tangled! Guests step into the regal ballroom of the royal castle, where glowing lanterns illuminate the path and colourful drawings adorn the walls.

Throughout dinner, guests are treated to live entertainment with appearances by Flynn Rider, the mischievous Snuggly Duckling Thugs and Princess Rapunzel.

Guests embark o on an epicurean adventure of American favourites and fresh-food flavours from around the globe.

Dinner Entertainment

Dinner

Included

Exclusively on the Disney Magic

3. The Epicurean: P&O Cruises

Classic British dishes with a modern twist!

Using the principles of molecular gastronomy and techniques such as precision temperature cooking, freeze-drying and liquid nitrogen, the food is beyond exemplary and of such high quality.

For the ultimate indulgence, Eric Lanlard’s Afternoon Tea is a must. The master pâtissier brings everything guests would expect from sweet treats to savoury snacks.

Fine Dining and Afternoon Tea

Breakfast (Suite Passengers)
Dinner

Not Included

Britannia and Iona of which are sailing the UK this summer as well as Azura and Ventura.

Afternoon Tea in The Epicurean on board Azura, Britannia, Iona and Ventura.

4. Kora La: Marella

Inspired by a pan-Asian cuisine and a menu created by master chef Ian Pengelley, Kora La provides authentic dishes making your guests feel they’ve travelled thousands of miles to the Asian continent. 

The restaurant praises itself on its exceptional food and service as well as its value for money.

From Thailand to India, to Indonesia, China and more, guests will feel transported to Asia as they dine on this delightful cuisine.

Exploring Pan-Asian Cuisine

Dinner

Not Included

All Marella Cruise ships including the Marella Explorer and  Marella Explorer 2, sailing from the UK this summer

5. Crown Grill: Princess Cruises

With an extensive steak and seafood menu, as well as a gourmet salt selection, the Crown Grill makes for the perfect date night or to celebrate a significant family milestone.

With a theatre-style kitchen, a classic steakhouse ambiance and seven areas of the menu, guests will no doubt love what could possible be classed as one of the best steak restaurants at sea.

Date Night or Celebrating a Milestone

Dinner

Not Included

Onboard UK Sailings on Regal Princess and Sky Princess, as well as, Caribbean Princess, Crown Princess, Emerald Princess, Enchanted Princess, Grand Princess, Royal Princess, Ruby Princess and Majestic Princess 

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