Favorite restaurant found in a cruise port

This is tough for a lot of cruisers because part of the cruising appeal is all the wonderful food aboard the ship.  So what port restaurants are amazing enough to tempt you into eating a full meal off the ship?  Include photos if you can!

19 Answers

Dubrovnik, Croatia: a restaurant named Rozario was the perfect way to end our day here.

There are a lot of them unfortunately I do not remember names or have photo's. I can walk to them if I'm in the city. A great little cafe in Rome about 1/2 mile south from the Castro Pretorio subway stop. We ate there once a day for a few weeks when in Rome, OMG the fresh made pasta's were the best I have ever had.

In London the best food I had was at Dirty Dicks http://www.dirtydicks.co.uk/, that name I could not forget. We started off with a pint on the first floor in the pub then moved upstairs for dinner. Good service and fantastic food, then down stairs for another pint before heading back to the subway to our hotel.

Note to self: visit Rome with JusMe to locate best pasta! Yummy

Coconuts at The Reefs in Bermuda.....what a view. This may have been our table too.

High Cotton in Charleston, SC & Senor Frog in Nassau

I would have to list the following three. Each good in their own right.

But this drink in San Juan .. just blew me away .. outstanding.

Iguana Joe's Caribbean Bar & Grill, Aruba.

Upperline Restaurant in New Orleans.

Casa Cort©s Choco Bar San Juan
A grilled cheese with chocolate in it and this wonderful drink.
Don Pedro - 3 different kinds of rum, lime, ginger syrup and dark chocolate
The drink was so good I had to have a second before leaving.

Only place I ate was Senior Frogs in San Juan, but we only had lunch... Yard margaritas!!

The food in San Juan is great. I stayed a week there before a cruise and ate at some of the small family restaurants . San Juan had great food and nice people. I hit Senior Frogs in San Juan one night and well, tied one on it was a fun night Big Smile Come to think of it, I have tied one on in quiet a few countries.

In Italy wine is cheaper then bottled water, so to be frugal I had to drink wine with lunch , afternoon snack, dinner and late night snack.

Does a Beaver Tail kiosk qualify as a restaurant ?

Again with the beaver tails!!! lol


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