Mention the word “cruise” and the word “food” is usually not far behind. Today, we’re giving you a “taste” of some of the dishes we’ve enjoyed on a variety of cruises and a variety of ships…
The presentation is as immaculate and tasteful as this Crown Princess chocolate raspberry dessert.
Seafood delicacies like this from the intimate, upscale Asian restaurant known as Red Ginger on the Oceania Riviera.
Hot Rock (525 degrees) is the name of this specialty at a specialty restaurant, Izumi, on Allure of the Seas.
Cheesecake (and wine to match) — the perfect postscript to a meal when dining in the renowned steakhouse on the Carnival Freedom.
A treat that comes when you have “Elegant Tea” on Solstice Class ships like the Celebrity Eclipse.
This baby’s called “slimecakes” — the Nickelodeon spin on “pancakes” on the Norwegian Epic and, yes, it does taste better than it sounds or looks.
On the Coral Princess, the Chef’s Table includes an old standby — surf ‘n turf — or steak and lobster, exquisitely cooked and displayed, of course.
Every ship has them, the fabled dessert buffet, and this caloric delight is from Celebrity’s newest ship, the Reflection.