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16 Things to Know About Norwegian’s Gorgeous New Ship, Escape

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Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest addition to its fleet, Norwegian Escape, has taken to the high seas, and we were given the opportunity to come along for the ride. It’s truly a wonder to behold: From dining to the spa to a massive ropes course, the amount of things to do onboard seems endless, and you can spend a whole week exploring and still feel like there’s more to discover. So if you’re considering booking a stateroom on it for your next cruise, there are some things you should know about it first.

Make 678 Ocean Place Your Home Base


The best way to orient yourself with the ship is to head to 678 Ocean Place on Deck 7, a soaring three-story atrium that serves as the focal point of the ship. From there, you’ll be within striking distance of many of the specialty bars and restaurants, the casino, lounges, and shops, and it’s the ship’s main hub.

“The Waterfront” Is a Stunning Innovation


Norwegian ships are the only ones on the seas to have a quarter-mile oceanfront promenade that’s connected to bars and restaurants. The opportunity to enjoy your meal outside, overlooking the water, is one that shouldn’t be missed.

There Are 28 Different Dining Experiences


There are three main dining rooms on board the ship: Savor, Taste, and the old-school nightclub-style The Manhattan Room. The Garden Café serves an ample buffet at all hours of the day and night, and O’Sheehan’s is a straight-up Irish pub, open 24/7. While those options are all complimentary, the ship’s à la carte specialty dining options really shine: Moderno Churrascaria, a Brazilian-style steakhouse with meats carved tableside; Teppanyaki, an authentic Japanese hibachi restaurant; the classic Cagney’s Steakhouse; the first-ever Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville at sea; Bayamo by Jose Garces, specializing in seafood with a Latin twist; the Tuscan-inspired La Cucina; the traditional French restaurant Le Bistro; the globetrotting Food Republic from the team behind Miami’s popular Pubbelly (iPad menus are a nice touch here); and Pincho Tapas Bar from Jose Garces. Norwegian really went above and beyond in this regard, and we were very impressed by our meals at Food Republic and Bayamo.

There Are 21 Bars and Lounges


You’re certainly in luck if you’re looking for a cocktail. Bars like the Atrium Bar and Skyline Bar are dotted throughout decks 6 and 7, and other must-visits include Sugarcane, a mojito bar at the entrance to Bayamo; The 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar, a great spot to sit outside with a margarita; The District Brew House, a full-on beer bar with 24 beers on tap including many local specialties; and Tobacco Road, an ideal place to relax with a cocktail in a deep leather chair. Prime Meridian, a large circular bar with great cocktails, is at the entrance to Moderno Churrascaria and Cagney’s Steakhouse; the outdoor Spice H20 becomes an Ibiza-inspired club at night; and The Cellars offers great wines by the glass as well as more formal tastings.

It’s Home to Chef Jose Garces’ First Restaurants at Sea


Bayamo and Pincho are the first cruise ship restaurants for renowned Philadelphia chef Jose Garces, and he’s really pulled out all the stops. At Bayamo, main courses include roasted cod with chorizo croquette and saffron espuma; roasted Maine lobster with stuffed cachuca peppers; pan-roasted shrimp with charred tomato and lime emulsion; roasted duck breast with arroz verde and duck confit; and pan-roasted scallops with braised oxtail and corn porridge; at Pincho, tapas options include a variety of Spanish meats and cheeses, duck confit montadito with Serrano ham and Amarena cherry, sweet corn croquettes with black truffle purée, bacon-wrapped lamb loin with sweet onion cream and lamb jus, and jumbo Spanish prawns with espelette glaze and lemon aïoli.

Be Sure to Make Dinner Reservations
If you’re planning on taking advantage of any of the à la carte restaurants, make sure you make reservations in advance. You can do it at the restaurants themselves, or you can reserve a table in your stateroom or via screens positioned throughout the ship.

There’s a Private Party Room
If you’re hosting a private event, Escape is the first Norwegian ship to boast its own private room. Located inside the Taste dining room, this wine bottle-lined room is a secluded space to host your own function.

It’s True to Its Miami Roots
Food Republic is run by Miami’s Pubbelly Restaurant Group, who runs the popular restaurants Pubbelly, Pubbelly Sushi, PB Steak, Barceloneta, Taco Belly, and the soon-to-open L’Echon in Miami Beach. The ship is also the new home of Tobacco Road, which was Miami’s oldest bar before it was shuttered and demolished in 2014, and the ship’s prow boasts a huge mural by artist Guy Harvey.

It’s Home to the Fastest Waterslides at Sea


Up on decks 17 through 20, you’ll find an outdoor extravaganza of pools, a full-scale basketball court, a bocce court, mini golf, and four water slides, including two that essentially shoot you straight down and into a big loop. If you can build up the nerve to ride them, it’s absolutely thrilling.

You Can Walk the Plank
This area is also home to a three-story ropes course, with nearly 100 different elements. The coolest one by far, however, is the plank, which is just what it sounds like: a long plank that’s cantilevered out over the ship. Thankfully you’re harnessed in, so if you fall all you’ll do is hang there.

There’s a “Snow Room”
As a part of the ship’s ample Thermal Suite spa you’ll find saunas, a “salt bath” room, a huge thalassotherapy pool, and most intriguingly of all, a “snow room,” essentially a decked-out freezer where it actually snows.

Don’t Miss the Entertainment
There are plenty of entertainment options available if you want to sit back and enjoy a show. There’s a dinner theater, a supper club cabaret, Broadway’s After Midnight in the main theater, a comedy club, and a dueling piano show called Howl at the Moon.

The Arcade Is a Showstopper
Even if you haven’t thought about setting foot in an arcade in years, don’t miss the opportunity to connect with your inner child and spend some time in the ship’s game room. Arcade game technology has improved by leaps and bounds in years, and after stumbling upon it, (it’s a little tucked away on Deck 17) we didn’t ever want to leave. A standout is the brand-new Star Wars Battle Pod, which puts you at the helm of everything from a TIE Fighter to the Millennium Falcon in an IMAX-style experience in your own private pod. It’s seriously mind-blowing.

There Are Pool Tables and a Bowling Alley


O’Sheehan’s Pub has two distinct sections, separated by a wide walkway. One half is more of a restaurant, but the other side is all bar. Follow the atrium around the corner and you’ll encounter a couple of pool tables, arcade games, and darts, and beyond that a miniature bowling alley.

The Haven Is a “Ship Within a Ship”


Located at the top of the ship, The Haven is essentially a luxury yacht within the ship. You need a special keycard just to access the section; rooms are spacious and luxurious; there’s a private lounge, sundeck, and restaurant, and there’s 24-hour butler and concierge service. If you’re looking for a more exclusive, high-end experience, The Haven is for you.

“Studio” Rooms Are Geared Toward Solo Travelers
On the other end of the spectrum, Norwegian goes out of its way to make solo travelers feel at home. The 82 studios are about 100 square feet and include a bed, sink, and shower, as well as a one-way window that look out into the corridor, and solos have their own lounge as well as an activity program.


The Must-Eat Dishes On Every Major Cruise Line

The restaurants onboard serve up some unbelievable stuff.

Cruise ships tend to be over the top in most aspects, from the wacky onboard entertainment to the extravagant accommodations, and cruise cuisine is no exception. These are the dishes you need to try while you're on the high seas.

Sushi Lollipops

The chef at Qsine definitely thinks out of the box, and this eclectic sushi &mdash spicy tuna, shrimp, salmon, snow crab &mdash is a seriously fun way to start your meal.

Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes

Make sure to grab dinner at Animator's Palate while you're aboard any Disney ship. The ambiance is colorful and fun &mdash the napkins and butter knives look like paintbrushes &mdash and passengers agree that this pasta dish is to die for.

Froot Loop French Toast

Families can get totally immersed in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, thanks to the fleet's Seuss at Sea program. Grab breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends and chow down on colorful Froot Loop-encrusted French toast.

Butter-Poached Lobster Tail

What better time to splurge on lobster than when you're on vacation? At SHARE by Curtis Stone (aboard the Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess and Sun Princess ), guests can order elegant lobster tail with roasted potatoes, crispy pancetta, and white onion sauce.

29-oz. Tomahawk Rib Chop

Norwegian's signature steakhouse serves this epic steak right on the bone. Get it crusted with Dijon or Gorgonzola, then topped with au poivre or garlic butter sauce.

Adults-only French restaurant, Remy, is the place to go for high-end fare aboard the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. This Instagram-worthy dessert features a French praline topped with milk chocolate mousse and dark chocolate glaze.

Ahi Tuna Tataki

Small plates are the specialty at Food Republic, and this gorgeous seared tuna with heirloom tomatoes and basil ponzu makes a stunning starter to share.

Guy's Burgers

Food Network favorite Guy Fieri has his own menu of killer burgers aboard 14 Carnival ships. Guys Burger Joint serves up 1,000 burgers per ship per day, topped with melty cheesy, spicy onion rings and "Donkey Sauce."

Charlotte La Bouff's Bucatini Pasta

Inspired by the Disney flick The Princess and the Frog , Tiana's Place is a Southern-style restaurant aboard the Disney Wonder. Find classics like shrimp and grits, as well as the popular bucatini with pancetta, oyster mushrooms, eggplant, spinach, peas, and basil.

Duck Leg Confit

Celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, created plenty of decadent dishes for the menu at SHARE, including salt-cured duck leg with crispy skin, bacon-flavored beans, and Parmesan.

California Roll

Even those who aren't super adventurous when it comes to sushi can enjoy amazing rolls at Food Republic. There's no skimping on this classic combination of crab mix, avocado, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds.

Green Eggs and Ham

Kids will totally freak for this themed Dr. Seuss breakfast spread available on all Carnival ships, but someone needs to be brave enough to order the Seuss special: Green Eggs and Ham.

Camarones Al Ajillo

Have a bite at Bayamo by Jose Garces to try Latin dishes like this pan-roasted shrimp, served with charred tomato, lime emulsion, and fingerling potatoes.

Tiana's Buttermilk Beignets

Of course this beloved New Orleans treat made it onto the menu at Tiana's Place, the Princess and the Frog-themed restaurant on Disney Wonder.

Lump Crab Martini

Blu's fresh crab salad in a martini glass &mdash with avocado and cucumber &mdash is almost too pretty to eat.

Chocolate Tombstone

The pastries at Qsine are about as pretty as the ship's ocean views. Chocolate addicts need to try the tombstone, made from layers of rice crispies, Nutella, and rich ganache.

Pickled Beet Salad

AquaClass guests get an exclusive dining experience at Blu, where even the vegetables are beautiful. Pickled beets are plated with smoked chicken breast, frisée, and a bright curry emulsion.

Palo's Chocolate Soufflé

The elegant Northern Italian restaurant, Palo, is a staple on every Disney ship, and this dessert might be the most popular dish onboard. The made-to-order soufflés are served hot with vanilla bean and chocolate sauces, plus a scoop of ice cream.

18-oz. Bone-In Ribeye

Food Republic is the spot for meat-eaters on these ships. This juicy cut comes with scallions and truffle soy sauce for dipping &mdash plus incredible ocean views from your table.

Tomatoes and Burrata

The creamy burrata served with whole roasted grape tomatoes, oregano oil, and fennel leaves at SHARE is like a next-level caprese salad.

Angus Beef Carpaccio

Get adventurous with appetizers like Blu's beef carpaccio, drizzled with black truffle aioli, and topped with herb salad and garlic chips.

Citron Tart

For dessert at SHARE, dig into fancy lemon tarts with sliced raspberries and Italian Meringue.


The Must-Eat Dishes On Every Major Cruise Line

The restaurants onboard serve up some unbelievable stuff.

Cruise ships tend to be over the top in most aspects, from the wacky onboard entertainment to the extravagant accommodations, and cruise cuisine is no exception. These are the dishes you need to try while you're on the high seas.

Sushi Lollipops

The chef at Qsine definitely thinks out of the box, and this eclectic sushi &mdash spicy tuna, shrimp, salmon, snow crab &mdash is a seriously fun way to start your meal.

Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes

Make sure to grab dinner at Animator's Palate while you're aboard any Disney ship. The ambiance is colorful and fun &mdash the napkins and butter knives look like paintbrushes &mdash and passengers agree that this pasta dish is to die for.

Froot Loop French Toast

Families can get totally immersed in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, thanks to the fleet's Seuss at Sea program. Grab breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends and chow down on colorful Froot Loop-encrusted French toast.

Butter-Poached Lobster Tail

What better time to splurge on lobster than when you're on vacation? At SHARE by Curtis Stone (aboard the Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess and Sun Princess ), guests can order elegant lobster tail with roasted potatoes, crispy pancetta, and white onion sauce.

29-oz. Tomahawk Rib Chop

Norwegian's signature steakhouse serves this epic steak right on the bone. Get it crusted with Dijon or Gorgonzola, then topped with au poivre or garlic butter sauce.

Adults-only French restaurant, Remy, is the place to go for high-end fare aboard the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. This Instagram-worthy dessert features a French praline topped with milk chocolate mousse and dark chocolate glaze.

Ahi Tuna Tataki

Small plates are the specialty at Food Republic, and this gorgeous seared tuna with heirloom tomatoes and basil ponzu makes a stunning starter to share.

Guy's Burgers

Food Network favorite Guy Fieri has his own menu of killer burgers aboard 14 Carnival ships. Guys Burger Joint serves up 1,000 burgers per ship per day, topped with melty cheesy, spicy onion rings and "Donkey Sauce."

Charlotte La Bouff's Bucatini Pasta

Inspired by the Disney flick The Princess and the Frog , Tiana's Place is a Southern-style restaurant aboard the Disney Wonder. Find classics like shrimp and grits, as well as the popular bucatini with pancetta, oyster mushrooms, eggplant, spinach, peas, and basil.

Duck Leg Confit

Celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, created plenty of decadent dishes for the menu at SHARE, including salt-cured duck leg with crispy skin, bacon-flavored beans, and Parmesan.

California Roll

Even those who aren't super adventurous when it comes to sushi can enjoy amazing rolls at Food Republic. There's no skimping on this classic combination of crab mix, avocado, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds.

Green Eggs and Ham

Kids will totally freak for this themed Dr. Seuss breakfast spread available on all Carnival ships, but someone needs to be brave enough to order the Seuss special: Green Eggs and Ham.

Camarones Al Ajillo

Have a bite at Bayamo by Jose Garces to try Latin dishes like this pan-roasted shrimp, served with charred tomato, lime emulsion, and fingerling potatoes.

Tiana's Buttermilk Beignets

Of course this beloved New Orleans treat made it onto the menu at Tiana's Place, the Princess and the Frog-themed restaurant on Disney Wonder.

Lump Crab Martini

Blu's fresh crab salad in a martini glass &mdash with avocado and cucumber &mdash is almost too pretty to eat.

Chocolate Tombstone

The pastries at Qsine are about as pretty as the ship's ocean views. Chocolate addicts need to try the tombstone, made from layers of rice crispies, Nutella, and rich ganache.

Pickled Beet Salad

AquaClass guests get an exclusive dining experience at Blu, where even the vegetables are beautiful. Pickled beets are plated with smoked chicken breast, frisée, and a bright curry emulsion.

Palo's Chocolate Soufflé

The elegant Northern Italian restaurant, Palo, is a staple on every Disney ship, and this dessert might be the most popular dish onboard. The made-to-order soufflés are served hot with vanilla bean and chocolate sauces, plus a scoop of ice cream.

18-oz. Bone-In Ribeye

Food Republic is the spot for meat-eaters on these ships. This juicy cut comes with scallions and truffle soy sauce for dipping &mdash plus incredible ocean views from your table.

Tomatoes and Burrata

The creamy burrata served with whole roasted grape tomatoes, oregano oil, and fennel leaves at SHARE is like a next-level caprese salad.

Angus Beef Carpaccio

Get adventurous with appetizers like Blu's beef carpaccio, drizzled with black truffle aioli, and topped with herb salad and garlic chips.

Citron Tart

For dessert at SHARE, dig into fancy lemon tarts with sliced raspberries and Italian Meringue.


The Must-Eat Dishes On Every Major Cruise Line

The restaurants onboard serve up some unbelievable stuff.

Cruise ships tend to be over the top in most aspects, from the wacky onboard entertainment to the extravagant accommodations, and cruise cuisine is no exception. These are the dishes you need to try while you're on the high seas.

Sushi Lollipops

The chef at Qsine definitely thinks out of the box, and this eclectic sushi &mdash spicy tuna, shrimp, salmon, snow crab &mdash is a seriously fun way to start your meal.

Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes

Make sure to grab dinner at Animator's Palate while you're aboard any Disney ship. The ambiance is colorful and fun &mdash the napkins and butter knives look like paintbrushes &mdash and passengers agree that this pasta dish is to die for.

Froot Loop French Toast

Families can get totally immersed in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, thanks to the fleet's Seuss at Sea program. Grab breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends and chow down on colorful Froot Loop-encrusted French toast.

Butter-Poached Lobster Tail

What better time to splurge on lobster than when you're on vacation? At SHARE by Curtis Stone (aboard the Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess and Sun Princess ), guests can order elegant lobster tail with roasted potatoes, crispy pancetta, and white onion sauce.

29-oz. Tomahawk Rib Chop

Norwegian's signature steakhouse serves this epic steak right on the bone. Get it crusted with Dijon or Gorgonzola, then topped with au poivre or garlic butter sauce.

Adults-only French restaurant, Remy, is the place to go for high-end fare aboard the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. This Instagram-worthy dessert features a French praline topped with milk chocolate mousse and dark chocolate glaze.

Ahi Tuna Tataki

Small plates are the specialty at Food Republic, and this gorgeous seared tuna with heirloom tomatoes and basil ponzu makes a stunning starter to share.

Guy's Burgers

Food Network favorite Guy Fieri has his own menu of killer burgers aboard 14 Carnival ships. Guys Burger Joint serves up 1,000 burgers per ship per day, topped with melty cheesy, spicy onion rings and "Donkey Sauce."

Charlotte La Bouff's Bucatini Pasta

Inspired by the Disney flick The Princess and the Frog , Tiana's Place is a Southern-style restaurant aboard the Disney Wonder. Find classics like shrimp and grits, as well as the popular bucatini with pancetta, oyster mushrooms, eggplant, spinach, peas, and basil.

Duck Leg Confit

Celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, created plenty of decadent dishes for the menu at SHARE, including salt-cured duck leg with crispy skin, bacon-flavored beans, and Parmesan.

California Roll

Even those who aren't super adventurous when it comes to sushi can enjoy amazing rolls at Food Republic. There's no skimping on this classic combination of crab mix, avocado, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds.

Green Eggs and Ham

Kids will totally freak for this themed Dr. Seuss breakfast spread available on all Carnival ships, but someone needs to be brave enough to order the Seuss special: Green Eggs and Ham.

Camarones Al Ajillo

Have a bite at Bayamo by Jose Garces to try Latin dishes like this pan-roasted shrimp, served with charred tomato, lime emulsion, and fingerling potatoes.

Tiana's Buttermilk Beignets

Of course this beloved New Orleans treat made it onto the menu at Tiana's Place, the Princess and the Frog-themed restaurant on Disney Wonder.

Lump Crab Martini

Blu's fresh crab salad in a martini glass &mdash with avocado and cucumber &mdash is almost too pretty to eat.

Chocolate Tombstone

The pastries at Qsine are about as pretty as the ship's ocean views. Chocolate addicts need to try the tombstone, made from layers of rice crispies, Nutella, and rich ganache.

Pickled Beet Salad

AquaClass guests get an exclusive dining experience at Blu, where even the vegetables are beautiful. Pickled beets are plated with smoked chicken breast, frisée, and a bright curry emulsion.

Palo's Chocolate Soufflé

The elegant Northern Italian restaurant, Palo, is a staple on every Disney ship, and this dessert might be the most popular dish onboard. The made-to-order soufflés are served hot with vanilla bean and chocolate sauces, plus a scoop of ice cream.

18-oz. Bone-In Ribeye

Food Republic is the spot for meat-eaters on these ships. This juicy cut comes with scallions and truffle soy sauce for dipping &mdash plus incredible ocean views from your table.

Tomatoes and Burrata

The creamy burrata served with whole roasted grape tomatoes, oregano oil, and fennel leaves at SHARE is like a next-level caprese salad.

Angus Beef Carpaccio

Get adventurous with appetizers like Blu's beef carpaccio, drizzled with black truffle aioli, and topped with herb salad and garlic chips.

Citron Tart

For dessert at SHARE, dig into fancy lemon tarts with sliced raspberries and Italian Meringue.


The Must-Eat Dishes On Every Major Cruise Line

The restaurants onboard serve up some unbelievable stuff.

Cruise ships tend to be over the top in most aspects, from the wacky onboard entertainment to the extravagant accommodations, and cruise cuisine is no exception. These are the dishes you need to try while you're on the high seas.

Sushi Lollipops

The chef at Qsine definitely thinks out of the box, and this eclectic sushi &mdash spicy tuna, shrimp, salmon, snow crab &mdash is a seriously fun way to start your meal.

Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes

Make sure to grab dinner at Animator's Palate while you're aboard any Disney ship. The ambiance is colorful and fun &mdash the napkins and butter knives look like paintbrushes &mdash and passengers agree that this pasta dish is to die for.

Froot Loop French Toast

Families can get totally immersed in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, thanks to the fleet's Seuss at Sea program. Grab breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends and chow down on colorful Froot Loop-encrusted French toast.

Butter-Poached Lobster Tail

What better time to splurge on lobster than when you're on vacation? At SHARE by Curtis Stone (aboard the Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess and Sun Princess ), guests can order elegant lobster tail with roasted potatoes, crispy pancetta, and white onion sauce.

29-oz. Tomahawk Rib Chop

Norwegian's signature steakhouse serves this epic steak right on the bone. Get it crusted with Dijon or Gorgonzola, then topped with au poivre or garlic butter sauce.

Adults-only French restaurant, Remy, is the place to go for high-end fare aboard the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. This Instagram-worthy dessert features a French praline topped with milk chocolate mousse and dark chocolate glaze.

Ahi Tuna Tataki

Small plates are the specialty at Food Republic, and this gorgeous seared tuna with heirloom tomatoes and basil ponzu makes a stunning starter to share.

Guy's Burgers

Food Network favorite Guy Fieri has his own menu of killer burgers aboard 14 Carnival ships. Guys Burger Joint serves up 1,000 burgers per ship per day, topped with melty cheesy, spicy onion rings and "Donkey Sauce."

Charlotte La Bouff's Bucatini Pasta

Inspired by the Disney flick The Princess and the Frog , Tiana's Place is a Southern-style restaurant aboard the Disney Wonder. Find classics like shrimp and grits, as well as the popular bucatini with pancetta, oyster mushrooms, eggplant, spinach, peas, and basil.

Duck Leg Confit

Celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, created plenty of decadent dishes for the menu at SHARE, including salt-cured duck leg with crispy skin, bacon-flavored beans, and Parmesan.

California Roll

Even those who aren't super adventurous when it comes to sushi can enjoy amazing rolls at Food Republic. There's no skimping on this classic combination of crab mix, avocado, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds.

Green Eggs and Ham

Kids will totally freak for this themed Dr. Seuss breakfast spread available on all Carnival ships, but someone needs to be brave enough to order the Seuss special: Green Eggs and Ham.

Camarones Al Ajillo

Have a bite at Bayamo by Jose Garces to try Latin dishes like this pan-roasted shrimp, served with charred tomato, lime emulsion, and fingerling potatoes.

Tiana's Buttermilk Beignets

Of course this beloved New Orleans treat made it onto the menu at Tiana's Place, the Princess and the Frog-themed restaurant on Disney Wonder.

Lump Crab Martini

Blu's fresh crab salad in a martini glass &mdash with avocado and cucumber &mdash is almost too pretty to eat.

Chocolate Tombstone

The pastries at Qsine are about as pretty as the ship's ocean views. Chocolate addicts need to try the tombstone, made from layers of rice crispies, Nutella, and rich ganache.

Pickled Beet Salad

AquaClass guests get an exclusive dining experience at Blu, where even the vegetables are beautiful. Pickled beets are plated with smoked chicken breast, frisée, and a bright curry emulsion.

Palo's Chocolate Soufflé

The elegant Northern Italian restaurant, Palo, is a staple on every Disney ship, and this dessert might be the most popular dish onboard. The made-to-order soufflés are served hot with vanilla bean and chocolate sauces, plus a scoop of ice cream.

18-oz. Bone-In Ribeye

Food Republic is the spot for meat-eaters on these ships. This juicy cut comes with scallions and truffle soy sauce for dipping &mdash plus incredible ocean views from your table.

Tomatoes and Burrata

The creamy burrata served with whole roasted grape tomatoes, oregano oil, and fennel leaves at SHARE is like a next-level caprese salad.

Angus Beef Carpaccio

Get adventurous with appetizers like Blu's beef carpaccio, drizzled with black truffle aioli, and topped with herb salad and garlic chips.

Citron Tart

For dessert at SHARE, dig into fancy lemon tarts with sliced raspberries and Italian Meringue.


The Must-Eat Dishes On Every Major Cruise Line

The restaurants onboard serve up some unbelievable stuff.

Cruise ships tend to be over the top in most aspects, from the wacky onboard entertainment to the extravagant accommodations, and cruise cuisine is no exception. These are the dishes you need to try while you're on the high seas.

Sushi Lollipops

The chef at Qsine definitely thinks out of the box, and this eclectic sushi &mdash spicy tuna, shrimp, salmon, snow crab &mdash is a seriously fun way to start your meal.

Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes

Make sure to grab dinner at Animator's Palate while you're aboard any Disney ship. The ambiance is colorful and fun &mdash the napkins and butter knives look like paintbrushes &mdash and passengers agree that this pasta dish is to die for.

Froot Loop French Toast

Families can get totally immersed in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, thanks to the fleet's Seuss at Sea program. Grab breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends and chow down on colorful Froot Loop-encrusted French toast.

Butter-Poached Lobster Tail

What better time to splurge on lobster than when you're on vacation? At SHARE by Curtis Stone (aboard the Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess and Sun Princess ), guests can order elegant lobster tail with roasted potatoes, crispy pancetta, and white onion sauce.

29-oz. Tomahawk Rib Chop

Norwegian's signature steakhouse serves this epic steak right on the bone. Get it crusted with Dijon or Gorgonzola, then topped with au poivre or garlic butter sauce.

Adults-only French restaurant, Remy, is the place to go for high-end fare aboard the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. This Instagram-worthy dessert features a French praline topped with milk chocolate mousse and dark chocolate glaze.

Ahi Tuna Tataki

Small plates are the specialty at Food Republic, and this gorgeous seared tuna with heirloom tomatoes and basil ponzu makes a stunning starter to share.

Guy's Burgers

Food Network favorite Guy Fieri has his own menu of killer burgers aboard 14 Carnival ships. Guys Burger Joint serves up 1,000 burgers per ship per day, topped with melty cheesy, spicy onion rings and "Donkey Sauce."

Charlotte La Bouff's Bucatini Pasta

Inspired by the Disney flick The Princess and the Frog , Tiana's Place is a Southern-style restaurant aboard the Disney Wonder. Find classics like shrimp and grits, as well as the popular bucatini with pancetta, oyster mushrooms, eggplant, spinach, peas, and basil.

Duck Leg Confit

Celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, created plenty of decadent dishes for the menu at SHARE, including salt-cured duck leg with crispy skin, bacon-flavored beans, and Parmesan.

California Roll

Even those who aren't super adventurous when it comes to sushi can enjoy amazing rolls at Food Republic. There's no skimping on this classic combination of crab mix, avocado, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds.

Green Eggs and Ham

Kids will totally freak for this themed Dr. Seuss breakfast spread available on all Carnival ships, but someone needs to be brave enough to order the Seuss special: Green Eggs and Ham.

Camarones Al Ajillo

Have a bite at Bayamo by Jose Garces to try Latin dishes like this pan-roasted shrimp, served with charred tomato, lime emulsion, and fingerling potatoes.

Tiana's Buttermilk Beignets

Of course this beloved New Orleans treat made it onto the menu at Tiana's Place, the Princess and the Frog-themed restaurant on Disney Wonder.

Lump Crab Martini

Blu's fresh crab salad in a martini glass &mdash with avocado and cucumber &mdash is almost too pretty to eat.

Chocolate Tombstone

The pastries at Qsine are about as pretty as the ship's ocean views. Chocolate addicts need to try the tombstone, made from layers of rice crispies, Nutella, and rich ganache.

Pickled Beet Salad

AquaClass guests get an exclusive dining experience at Blu, where even the vegetables are beautiful. Pickled beets are plated with smoked chicken breast, frisée, and a bright curry emulsion.

Palo's Chocolate Soufflé

The elegant Northern Italian restaurant, Palo, is a staple on every Disney ship, and this dessert might be the most popular dish onboard. The made-to-order soufflés are served hot with vanilla bean and chocolate sauces, plus a scoop of ice cream.

18-oz. Bone-In Ribeye

Food Republic is the spot for meat-eaters on these ships. This juicy cut comes with scallions and truffle soy sauce for dipping &mdash plus incredible ocean views from your table.

Tomatoes and Burrata

The creamy burrata served with whole roasted grape tomatoes, oregano oil, and fennel leaves at SHARE is like a next-level caprese salad.

Angus Beef Carpaccio

Get adventurous with appetizers like Blu's beef carpaccio, drizzled with black truffle aioli, and topped with herb salad and garlic chips.

Citron Tart

For dessert at SHARE, dig into fancy lemon tarts with sliced raspberries and Italian Meringue.


The Must-Eat Dishes On Every Major Cruise Line

The restaurants onboard serve up some unbelievable stuff.

Cruise ships tend to be over the top in most aspects, from the wacky onboard entertainment to the extravagant accommodations, and cruise cuisine is no exception. These are the dishes you need to try while you're on the high seas.

Sushi Lollipops

The chef at Qsine definitely thinks out of the box, and this eclectic sushi &mdash spicy tuna, shrimp, salmon, snow crab &mdash is a seriously fun way to start your meal.

Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes

Make sure to grab dinner at Animator's Palate while you're aboard any Disney ship. The ambiance is colorful and fun &mdash the napkins and butter knives look like paintbrushes &mdash and passengers agree that this pasta dish is to die for.

Froot Loop French Toast

Families can get totally immersed in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, thanks to the fleet's Seuss at Sea program. Grab breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends and chow down on colorful Froot Loop-encrusted French toast.

Butter-Poached Lobster Tail

What better time to splurge on lobster than when you're on vacation? At SHARE by Curtis Stone (aboard the Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess and Sun Princess ), guests can order elegant lobster tail with roasted potatoes, crispy pancetta, and white onion sauce.

29-oz. Tomahawk Rib Chop

Norwegian's signature steakhouse serves this epic steak right on the bone. Get it crusted with Dijon or Gorgonzola, then topped with au poivre or garlic butter sauce.

Adults-only French restaurant, Remy, is the place to go for high-end fare aboard the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. This Instagram-worthy dessert features a French praline topped with milk chocolate mousse and dark chocolate glaze.

Ahi Tuna Tataki

Small plates are the specialty at Food Republic, and this gorgeous seared tuna with heirloom tomatoes and basil ponzu makes a stunning starter to share.

Guy's Burgers

Food Network favorite Guy Fieri has his own menu of killer burgers aboard 14 Carnival ships. Guys Burger Joint serves up 1,000 burgers per ship per day, topped with melty cheesy, spicy onion rings and "Donkey Sauce."

Charlotte La Bouff's Bucatini Pasta

Inspired by the Disney flick The Princess and the Frog , Tiana's Place is a Southern-style restaurant aboard the Disney Wonder. Find classics like shrimp and grits, as well as the popular bucatini with pancetta, oyster mushrooms, eggplant, spinach, peas, and basil.

Duck Leg Confit

Celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, created plenty of decadent dishes for the menu at SHARE, including salt-cured duck leg with crispy skin, bacon-flavored beans, and Parmesan.

California Roll

Even those who aren't super adventurous when it comes to sushi can enjoy amazing rolls at Food Republic. There's no skimping on this classic combination of crab mix, avocado, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds.

Green Eggs and Ham

Kids will totally freak for this themed Dr. Seuss breakfast spread available on all Carnival ships, but someone needs to be brave enough to order the Seuss special: Green Eggs and Ham.

Camarones Al Ajillo

Have a bite at Bayamo by Jose Garces to try Latin dishes like this pan-roasted shrimp, served with charred tomato, lime emulsion, and fingerling potatoes.

Tiana's Buttermilk Beignets

Of course this beloved New Orleans treat made it onto the menu at Tiana's Place, the Princess and the Frog-themed restaurant on Disney Wonder.

Lump Crab Martini

Blu's fresh crab salad in a martini glass &mdash with avocado and cucumber &mdash is almost too pretty to eat.

Chocolate Tombstone

The pastries at Qsine are about as pretty as the ship's ocean views. Chocolate addicts need to try the tombstone, made from layers of rice crispies, Nutella, and rich ganache.

Pickled Beet Salad

AquaClass guests get an exclusive dining experience at Blu, where even the vegetables are beautiful. Pickled beets are plated with smoked chicken breast, frisée, and a bright curry emulsion.

Palo's Chocolate Soufflé

The elegant Northern Italian restaurant, Palo, is a staple on every Disney ship, and this dessert might be the most popular dish onboard. The made-to-order soufflés are served hot with vanilla bean and chocolate sauces, plus a scoop of ice cream.

18-oz. Bone-In Ribeye

Food Republic is the spot for meat-eaters on these ships. This juicy cut comes with scallions and truffle soy sauce for dipping &mdash plus incredible ocean views from your table.

Tomatoes and Burrata

The creamy burrata served with whole roasted grape tomatoes, oregano oil, and fennel leaves at SHARE is like a next-level caprese salad.

Angus Beef Carpaccio

Get adventurous with appetizers like Blu's beef carpaccio, drizzled with black truffle aioli, and topped with herb salad and garlic chips.

Citron Tart

For dessert at SHARE, dig into fancy lemon tarts with sliced raspberries and Italian Meringue.


The Must-Eat Dishes On Every Major Cruise Line

The restaurants onboard serve up some unbelievable stuff.

Cruise ships tend to be over the top in most aspects, from the wacky onboard entertainment to the extravagant accommodations, and cruise cuisine is no exception. These are the dishes you need to try while you're on the high seas.

Sushi Lollipops

The chef at Qsine definitely thinks out of the box, and this eclectic sushi &mdash spicy tuna, shrimp, salmon, snow crab &mdash is a seriously fun way to start your meal.

Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes

Make sure to grab dinner at Animator's Palate while you're aboard any Disney ship. The ambiance is colorful and fun &mdash the napkins and butter knives look like paintbrushes &mdash and passengers agree that this pasta dish is to die for.

Froot Loop French Toast

Families can get totally immersed in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, thanks to the fleet's Seuss at Sea program. Grab breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends and chow down on colorful Froot Loop-encrusted French toast.

Butter-Poached Lobster Tail

What better time to splurge on lobster than when you're on vacation? At SHARE by Curtis Stone (aboard the Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess and Sun Princess ), guests can order elegant lobster tail with roasted potatoes, crispy pancetta, and white onion sauce.

29-oz. Tomahawk Rib Chop

Norwegian's signature steakhouse serves this epic steak right on the bone. Get it crusted with Dijon or Gorgonzola, then topped with au poivre or garlic butter sauce.

Adults-only French restaurant, Remy, is the place to go for high-end fare aboard the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. This Instagram-worthy dessert features a French praline topped with milk chocolate mousse and dark chocolate glaze.

Ahi Tuna Tataki

Small plates are the specialty at Food Republic, and this gorgeous seared tuna with heirloom tomatoes and basil ponzu makes a stunning starter to share.

Guy's Burgers

Food Network favorite Guy Fieri has his own menu of killer burgers aboard 14 Carnival ships. Guys Burger Joint serves up 1,000 burgers per ship per day, topped with melty cheesy, spicy onion rings and "Donkey Sauce."

Charlotte La Bouff's Bucatini Pasta

Inspired by the Disney flick The Princess and the Frog , Tiana's Place is a Southern-style restaurant aboard the Disney Wonder. Find classics like shrimp and grits, as well as the popular bucatini with pancetta, oyster mushrooms, eggplant, spinach, peas, and basil.

Duck Leg Confit

Celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, created plenty of decadent dishes for the menu at SHARE, including salt-cured duck leg with crispy skin, bacon-flavored beans, and Parmesan.

California Roll

Even those who aren't super adventurous when it comes to sushi can enjoy amazing rolls at Food Republic. There's no skimping on this classic combination of crab mix, avocado, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds.

Green Eggs and Ham

Kids will totally freak for this themed Dr. Seuss breakfast spread available on all Carnival ships, but someone needs to be brave enough to order the Seuss special: Green Eggs and Ham.

Camarones Al Ajillo

Have a bite at Bayamo by Jose Garces to try Latin dishes like this pan-roasted shrimp, served with charred tomato, lime emulsion, and fingerling potatoes.

Tiana's Buttermilk Beignets

Of course this beloved New Orleans treat made it onto the menu at Tiana's Place, the Princess and the Frog-themed restaurant on Disney Wonder.

Lump Crab Martini

Blu's fresh crab salad in a martini glass &mdash with avocado and cucumber &mdash is almost too pretty to eat.

Chocolate Tombstone

The pastries at Qsine are about as pretty as the ship's ocean views. Chocolate addicts need to try the tombstone, made from layers of rice crispies, Nutella, and rich ganache.

Pickled Beet Salad

AquaClass guests get an exclusive dining experience at Blu, where even the vegetables are beautiful. Pickled beets are plated with smoked chicken breast, frisée, and a bright curry emulsion.

Palo's Chocolate Soufflé

The elegant Northern Italian restaurant, Palo, is a staple on every Disney ship, and this dessert might be the most popular dish onboard. The made-to-order soufflés are served hot with vanilla bean and chocolate sauces, plus a scoop of ice cream.

18-oz. Bone-In Ribeye

Food Republic is the spot for meat-eaters on these ships. This juicy cut comes with scallions and truffle soy sauce for dipping &mdash plus incredible ocean views from your table.

Tomatoes and Burrata

The creamy burrata served with whole roasted grape tomatoes, oregano oil, and fennel leaves at SHARE is like a next-level caprese salad.

Angus Beef Carpaccio

Get adventurous with appetizers like Blu's beef carpaccio, drizzled with black truffle aioli, and topped with herb salad and garlic chips.

Citron Tart

For dessert at SHARE, dig into fancy lemon tarts with sliced raspberries and Italian Meringue.


The Must-Eat Dishes On Every Major Cruise Line

The restaurants onboard serve up some unbelievable stuff.

Cruise ships tend to be over the top in most aspects, from the wacky onboard entertainment to the extravagant accommodations, and cruise cuisine is no exception. These are the dishes you need to try while you're on the high seas.

Sushi Lollipops

The chef at Qsine definitely thinks out of the box, and this eclectic sushi &mdash spicy tuna, shrimp, salmon, snow crab &mdash is a seriously fun way to start your meal.

Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes

Make sure to grab dinner at Animator's Palate while you're aboard any Disney ship. The ambiance is colorful and fun &mdash the napkins and butter knives look like paintbrushes &mdash and passengers agree that this pasta dish is to die for.

Froot Loop French Toast

Families can get totally immersed in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, thanks to the fleet's Seuss at Sea program. Grab breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends and chow down on colorful Froot Loop-encrusted French toast.

Butter-Poached Lobster Tail

What better time to splurge on lobster than when you're on vacation? At SHARE by Curtis Stone (aboard the Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess and Sun Princess ), guests can order elegant lobster tail with roasted potatoes, crispy pancetta, and white onion sauce.

29-oz. Tomahawk Rib Chop

Norwegian's signature steakhouse serves this epic steak right on the bone. Get it crusted with Dijon or Gorgonzola, then topped with au poivre or garlic butter sauce.

Adults-only French restaurant, Remy, is the place to go for high-end fare aboard the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. This Instagram-worthy dessert features a French praline topped with milk chocolate mousse and dark chocolate glaze.

Ahi Tuna Tataki

Small plates are the specialty at Food Republic, and this gorgeous seared tuna with heirloom tomatoes and basil ponzu makes a stunning starter to share.

Guy's Burgers

Food Network favorite Guy Fieri has his own menu of killer burgers aboard 14 Carnival ships. Guys Burger Joint serves up 1,000 burgers per ship per day, topped with melty cheesy, spicy onion rings and "Donkey Sauce."

Charlotte La Bouff's Bucatini Pasta

Inspired by the Disney flick The Princess and the Frog , Tiana's Place is a Southern-style restaurant aboard the Disney Wonder. Find classics like shrimp and grits, as well as the popular bucatini with pancetta, oyster mushrooms, eggplant, spinach, peas, and basil.

Duck Leg Confit

Celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, created plenty of decadent dishes for the menu at SHARE, including salt-cured duck leg with crispy skin, bacon-flavored beans, and Parmesan.

California Roll

Even those who aren't super adventurous when it comes to sushi can enjoy amazing rolls at Food Republic. There's no skimping on this classic combination of crab mix, avocado, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds.

Green Eggs and Ham

Kids will totally freak for this themed Dr. Seuss breakfast spread available on all Carnival ships, but someone needs to be brave enough to order the Seuss special: Green Eggs and Ham.

Camarones Al Ajillo

Have a bite at Bayamo by Jose Garces to try Latin dishes like this pan-roasted shrimp, served with charred tomato, lime emulsion, and fingerling potatoes.

Tiana's Buttermilk Beignets

Of course this beloved New Orleans treat made it onto the menu at Tiana's Place, the Princess and the Frog-themed restaurant on Disney Wonder.

Lump Crab Martini

Blu's fresh crab salad in a martini glass &mdash with avocado and cucumber &mdash is almost too pretty to eat.

Chocolate Tombstone

The pastries at Qsine are about as pretty as the ship's ocean views. Chocolate addicts need to try the tombstone, made from layers of rice crispies, Nutella, and rich ganache.

Pickled Beet Salad

AquaClass guests get an exclusive dining experience at Blu, where even the vegetables are beautiful. Pickled beets are plated with smoked chicken breast, frisée, and a bright curry emulsion.

Palo's Chocolate Soufflé

The elegant Northern Italian restaurant, Palo, is a staple on every Disney ship, and this dessert might be the most popular dish onboard. The made-to-order soufflés are served hot with vanilla bean and chocolate sauces, plus a scoop of ice cream.

18-oz. Bone-In Ribeye

Food Republic is the spot for meat-eaters on these ships. This juicy cut comes with scallions and truffle soy sauce for dipping &mdash plus incredible ocean views from your table.

Tomatoes and Burrata

The creamy burrata served with whole roasted grape tomatoes, oregano oil, and fennel leaves at SHARE is like a next-level caprese salad.

Angus Beef Carpaccio

Get adventurous with appetizers like Blu's beef carpaccio, drizzled with black truffle aioli, and topped with herb salad and garlic chips.

Citron Tart

For dessert at SHARE, dig into fancy lemon tarts with sliced raspberries and Italian Meringue.


The Must-Eat Dishes On Every Major Cruise Line

The restaurants onboard serve up some unbelievable stuff.

Cruise ships tend to be over the top in most aspects, from the wacky onboard entertainment to the extravagant accommodations, and cruise cuisine is no exception. These are the dishes you need to try while you're on the high seas.

Sushi Lollipops

The chef at Qsine definitely thinks out of the box, and this eclectic sushi &mdash spicy tuna, shrimp, salmon, snow crab &mdash is a seriously fun way to start your meal.

Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes

Make sure to grab dinner at Animator's Palate while you're aboard any Disney ship. The ambiance is colorful and fun &mdash the napkins and butter knives look like paintbrushes &mdash and passengers agree that this pasta dish is to die for.

Froot Loop French Toast

Families can get totally immersed in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, thanks to the fleet's Seuss at Sea program. Grab breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends and chow down on colorful Froot Loop-encrusted French toast.

Butter-Poached Lobster Tail

What better time to splurge on lobster than when you're on vacation? At SHARE by Curtis Stone (aboard the Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess and Sun Princess ), guests can order elegant lobster tail with roasted potatoes, crispy pancetta, and white onion sauce.

29-oz. Tomahawk Rib Chop

Norwegian's signature steakhouse serves this epic steak right on the bone. Get it crusted with Dijon or Gorgonzola, then topped with au poivre or garlic butter sauce.

Adults-only French restaurant, Remy, is the place to go for high-end fare aboard the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. This Instagram-worthy dessert features a French praline topped with milk chocolate mousse and dark chocolate glaze.

Ahi Tuna Tataki

Small plates are the specialty at Food Republic, and this gorgeous seared tuna with heirloom tomatoes and basil ponzu makes a stunning starter to share.

Guy's Burgers

Food Network favorite Guy Fieri has his own menu of killer burgers aboard 14 Carnival ships. Guys Burger Joint serves up 1,000 burgers per ship per day, topped with melty cheesy, spicy onion rings and "Donkey Sauce."

Charlotte La Bouff's Bucatini Pasta

Inspired by the Disney flick The Princess and the Frog , Tiana's Place is a Southern-style restaurant aboard the Disney Wonder. Find classics like shrimp and grits, as well as the popular bucatini with pancetta, oyster mushrooms, eggplant, spinach, peas, and basil.

Duck Leg Confit

Celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, created plenty of decadent dishes for the menu at SHARE, including salt-cured duck leg with crispy skin, bacon-flavored beans, and Parmesan.

California Roll

Even those who aren't super adventurous when it comes to sushi can enjoy amazing rolls at Food Republic. There's no skimping on this classic combination of crab mix, avocado, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds.

Green Eggs and Ham

Kids will totally freak for this themed Dr. Seuss breakfast spread available on all Carnival ships, but someone needs to be brave enough to order the Seuss special: Green Eggs and Ham.

Camarones Al Ajillo

Have a bite at Bayamo by Jose Garces to try Latin dishes like this pan-roasted shrimp, served with charred tomato, lime emulsion, and fingerling potatoes.

Tiana's Buttermilk Beignets

Of course this beloved New Orleans treat made it onto the menu at Tiana's Place, the Princess and the Frog-themed restaurant on Disney Wonder.

Lump Crab Martini

Blu's fresh crab salad in a martini glass &mdash with avocado and cucumber &mdash is almost too pretty to eat.

Chocolate Tombstone

The pastries at Qsine are about as pretty as the ship's ocean views. Chocolate addicts need to try the tombstone, made from layers of rice crispies, Nutella, and rich ganache.

Pickled Beet Salad

AquaClass guests get an exclusive dining experience at Blu, where even the vegetables are beautiful. Pickled beets are plated with smoked chicken breast, frisée, and a bright curry emulsion.

Palo's Chocolate Soufflé

The elegant Northern Italian restaurant, Palo, is a staple on every Disney ship, and this dessert might be the most popular dish onboard. The made-to-order soufflés are served hot with vanilla bean and chocolate sauces, plus a scoop of ice cream.

18-oz. Bone-In Ribeye

Food Republic is the spot for meat-eaters on these ships. This juicy cut comes with scallions and truffle soy sauce for dipping &mdash plus incredible ocean views from your table.

Tomatoes and Burrata

The creamy burrata served with whole roasted grape tomatoes, oregano oil, and fennel leaves at SHARE is like a next-level caprese salad.

Angus Beef Carpaccio

Get adventurous with appetizers like Blu's beef carpaccio, drizzled with black truffle aioli, and topped with herb salad and garlic chips.

Citron Tart

For dessert at SHARE, dig into fancy lemon tarts with sliced raspberries and Italian Meringue.


The Must-Eat Dishes On Every Major Cruise Line

The restaurants onboard serve up some unbelievable stuff.

Cruise ships tend to be over the top in most aspects, from the wacky onboard entertainment to the extravagant accommodations, and cruise cuisine is no exception. These are the dishes you need to try while you're on the high seas.

Sushi Lollipops

The chef at Qsine definitely thinks out of the box, and this eclectic sushi &mdash spicy tuna, shrimp, salmon, snow crab &mdash is a seriously fun way to start your meal.

Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes

Make sure to grab dinner at Animator's Palate while you're aboard any Disney ship. The ambiance is colorful and fun &mdash the napkins and butter knives look like paintbrushes &mdash and passengers agree that this pasta dish is to die for.

Froot Loop French Toast

Families can get totally immersed in the whimsical world of Dr. Seuss, thanks to the fleet's Seuss at Sea program. Grab breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends and chow down on colorful Froot Loop-encrusted French toast.

Butter-Poached Lobster Tail

What better time to splurge on lobster than when you're on vacation? At SHARE by Curtis Stone (aboard the Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess and Sun Princess ), guests can order elegant lobster tail with roasted potatoes, crispy pancetta, and white onion sauce.

29-oz. Tomahawk Rib Chop

Norwegian's signature steakhouse serves this epic steak right on the bone. Get it crusted with Dijon or Gorgonzola, then topped with au poivre or garlic butter sauce.

Adults-only French restaurant, Remy, is the place to go for high-end fare aboard the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. This Instagram-worthy dessert features a French praline topped with milk chocolate mousse and dark chocolate glaze.

Ahi Tuna Tataki

Small plates are the specialty at Food Republic, and this gorgeous seared tuna with heirloom tomatoes and basil ponzu makes a stunning starter to share.

Guy's Burgers

Food Network favorite Guy Fieri has his own menu of killer burgers aboard 14 Carnival ships. Guys Burger Joint serves up 1,000 burgers per ship per day, topped with melty cheesy, spicy onion rings and "Donkey Sauce."

Charlotte La Bouff's Bucatini Pasta

Inspired by the Disney flick The Princess and the Frog , Tiana's Place is a Southern-style restaurant aboard the Disney Wonder. Find classics like shrimp and grits, as well as the popular bucatini with pancetta, oyster mushrooms, eggplant, spinach, peas, and basil.

Duck Leg Confit

Celebrity chef, Curtis Stone, created plenty of decadent dishes for the menu at SHARE, including salt-cured duck leg with crispy skin, bacon-flavored beans, and Parmesan.

California Roll

Even those who aren't super adventurous when it comes to sushi can enjoy amazing rolls at Food Republic. There's no skimping on this classic combination of crab mix, avocado, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds.

Green Eggs and Ham

Kids will totally freak for this themed Dr. Seuss breakfast spread available on all Carnival ships, but someone needs to be brave enough to order the Seuss special: Green Eggs and Ham.

Camarones Al Ajillo

Have a bite at Bayamo by Jose Garces to try Latin dishes like this pan-roasted shrimp, served with charred tomato, lime emulsion, and fingerling potatoes.

Tiana's Buttermilk Beignets

Of course this beloved New Orleans treat made it onto the menu at Tiana's Place, the Princess and the Frog-themed restaurant on Disney Wonder.

Lump Crab Martini

Blu's fresh crab salad in a martini glass &mdash with avocado and cucumber &mdash is almost too pretty to eat.

Chocolate Tombstone

The pastries at Qsine are about as pretty as the ship's ocean views. Chocolate addicts need to try the tombstone, made from layers of rice crispies, Nutella, and rich ganache.

Pickled Beet Salad

AquaClass guests get an exclusive dining experience at Blu, where even the vegetables are beautiful. Pickled beets are plated with smoked chicken breast, frisée, and a bright curry emulsion.

Palo's Chocolate Soufflé

The elegant Northern Italian restaurant, Palo, is a staple on every Disney ship, and this dessert might be the most popular dish onboard. The made-to-order soufflés are served hot with vanilla bean and chocolate sauces, plus a scoop of ice cream.

18-oz. Bone-In Ribeye

Food Republic is the spot for meat-eaters on these ships. This juicy cut comes with scallions and truffle soy sauce for dipping &mdash plus incredible ocean views from your table.

Tomatoes and Burrata

The creamy burrata served with whole roasted grape tomatoes, oregano oil, and fennel leaves at SHARE is like a next-level caprese salad.

Angus Beef Carpaccio

Get adventurous with appetizers like Blu's beef carpaccio, drizzled with black truffle aioli, and topped with herb salad and garlic chips.

Citron Tart

For dessert at SHARE, dig into fancy lemon tarts with sliced raspberries and Italian Meringue.


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