What type of dining venue would you like to see on a ship ?[

If you could put something unique on a ship, what would it be ?

my idea, to Carnival, was a Fondue restaurant. Tables would have individual induction cooktops in the center to avoid open flames. You could melt either cheese or chocolate, but no frying of meat. Meat would be brought out cooked for dipping into cheese.

For reference, if anyone lives in or near NYC, on Park & 32nd (?) [2 Park Ave,] there is a place called Artisenal. It's $$$$, but excellent. They offer a fondue menu.

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Apparently, Artisanal is in the process of moving. Sorry

Good BBQ!!!!!

CCL has real BBQ yet the lines are too long and the hours open are short and stupid. I didn't bother going

Yes I could see that being the problem with a good interesting dining venue. Especially as these ships get closer to 10,000 passenger capacity.

My idea is a very very VERY fresh fish sushi shop like I saw in Japan. Behind the sushi chef is a fish tank full of living fish. You order what you want and he pulls the fish out live and slices it up in front of you and serves it. I will NEVER forget that twitching fish on a plate in front of me as my Japanese uncle says in Japanese, ENJOY! I couldn't do it! Might be a great idea for the Japanese market and those that enjoy such things.

Instead of something new, I would rather see them perfect what they are currently doing or at least bring it back to the standards it was. Seems to me the more specialty dining venues that have been added, the regular areas have suffered in quality!

I'd rather have less choices and excellent meals than multiple choices and subpar meals....

I agree with you. NCL specialty dining is great. Crown Grill on Princess also. But their buffets are nothing special and at times "blah". And the MDR's are just okay.


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