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CRUISE PLUS: FOOD
Norwegian Cruise Line
/ For an American-style dining experience,
visit Cagney’s Steakhouse on most
vessels in the Norwegian Cruise Line fleet.
At Cagney’s, you can take your pick of
choice cuts of Angus beef. Filet mignon
is a favourite, or go with the T-bone for
something traditional, or the prime rib
for something tender. Cagney also has a
specialty cocktail, the Speakeasy Martini; a
combination of Southern Comfort, apricot
brandy, Grand Marnier and Prosecco. The
restaurant has an extensive à la carte menu.
/ The Italian steakhouse serves antipasto,
handmade pasta, marbled steak and sides,
plus Italian wine and cocktails. Their pasta
even comes in half-size portions so you
don’t have to worry about missing out. For
meats, dig into their butcher cuts or spoil
yourself with a USDA Prime Aged Steak for
an extra charge. Dinner is served nightly
while lunch is served on select sea days.
Dining at Tuscan Grill costs USD$45 per
person for dinner and USD$35 for lunch.
Steakhouse at The Verandah
/ The line’s newest dining concept is
influenced by both sides of the Atlantic, with
a menu that showcases prime USDA grain-
finished New York strip steak, Maine lobster
and Alaskan king crab alongside dishes
celebrating the line’s British provenance
such as grass-fed Scotch fillet and salt
marsh lamb rack. Grass-fed wagyu beef
from Australia also features on the menu.
Craft cocktails and an extensive wine list
are available to complement your meal,.
The restaurant serves lunch for $25USD and
dinner for $39USD.
Holland America Line
/ This Pacific Northwest-inspired restaurant
has weekly specials on their menus, which
focus on premium ingredients such as
wild-caught Alaskan king salmon and
sustainably raised and hand-selected beef
from Washington state’s Double R Ranch.
Try their green peppercorn or sun-dried
tomato sauce with your choice steak. Other
delicacies on the menu include kurobuta
pork, Colorado lamb chops and jidori
chicken. The lavish and elegant restaurant
is open for lunch for $10USD and dinner for
The Grill by Thomas Keller
/ Seabourn’s partnership with renowned
American chef Thomas Keller has brought
The Grill onto the newest ships in the fleet.
The menu features steakhouse favourites
like Lobster thermidor and creamed
spinach, and serves prime US beef and
lamb with Bordelaise, Perigourdine, paloise,
gastrique, bearnaise or classic steak sauce.
The gourmet dining experience is included
in the fare and serves dinner only – make
an online reservation before sailing to
guarantee a table.
Salt Grill by Luke Mangan
/ P&O’s long partnership with Australian
celebrity chef Luke Mangan brings food
enjoyed by the likes of Bill Clinton, Richard
Branson and Danish royalty to cruisers. The
menu offers a various cuts of Australian
beef, and signature dishes such as the crab
omelette and enoki mushroom salad also
feature homegrown ingredients. Finish your
meal with their iconic liquorice parfait with
lime syrup. Salt Grill serves lunch, dinner and
high tea at $49, $59 and $29 respectively on
Pacific Aria, Dawn, Eden and Jewel.
/ The dark wood décor and burgundy
leather seats at Polo Grill on Oceania Cruises
ships is reflective of a classic American
steakhouse. The dinner-only venue is
included in the fare, but reservations
are required. They pride themselves on
cooking their USDA prime beef to your exact
specifications, so don’t be surprised if your
server asks you to cut into your piece to
check it is suitably cooked. Other notable
mains are the seafood dishes like the grilled
swordfish and whole Maine lobster gratinee.
Regent Seven Seas
/ Like Polo Grill on Regent’s sister line, Prime
7 serves USDA prime beef steaks that have
been dry-aged for at least 28 days. But
carnivores and seafood lovers are equally
catered for with signature surf and turf dishes.
Enjoy your filet mignon with lobster tail or
king crab legs, or make your own custom
pairings. Their wide range of sauces include
bearnaise, barbecue, chimichurri, cranberry-
port wine, Armagnac and green peppercorn,
and Jack Daniels steakhouse. There is no
additional charge to dine at the dinner-only
venue but make reservations early.
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