Specializing in fresh seafood and juicy steaks grilled to your specific tastes, the Crown Grill Restaurant is sure to satisfy your tastes. Join us for dinner and treat your palate to one of our gourmet specialties, perfectly complemented by a selection from our wine list.

32 Crown Grill Reviews

5.0

by EmyRick

Wonderful meal! Our party had gone salmon fishing in Ketchikan that day and the Crown Grill prepared it for us that evening. It was delicious and presented to us beautifully.

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5.0

by atlguy

I highly recommend enjoying a nice dinner at this premier steakhouse. The food is top notch with premium service

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5.0

by boltonsmb

Wonderful food and service!

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2.0

by shaneandedward

Terri ble food not a good wait staff

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3.0

by orcowboy52

A huge disapointment. The premium beef chop was impossible to eat, tough, gristly, and poor quality. Appetizer and Black and Blue Onion Soup were fantastic. But the steak ruined it. The chef should have never accepted the beef.

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5.0

by SylviaL

This was by far the best specialty restaurant on the ship. Great staff and the food was awesome!

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5.0

by saweb

Great as always wonderful waiters.

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3.0

by misterkevin

On our first elegant night, we opted for the Crown Grill which everybody raves about, but I was underwhelmed. The service was fantastic. The food quality paled in comparison to the Fahrenheit 555 steakhouses on Carnival. For a $29 upcharge per person, we had a nice selection from the menu, and you can order as many things as you want. However, we started with a "special off the menu" appetizer of oysters on the half shell which weren't that fresh. They seemed slightly dehydrated. The scallop appetizer was excellent. Soups and salads were all right. My chop porterhouse steak was too fatty. They served the sides family style in the middle of the table which seemed a little sloppy. There were no amuse bouches served nor specialty breads and butters like on Carnival.

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