Carnival Expands Chef’s Table Fine Dining Experience on Cruise Ships

by CajunMama

Carnival recently announced the expansion of their Chef’s Table Fine Dining Experience fleetwide. If the cuisine in the regular dining rooms is any indication of the culinary offerings, then the Chef’s Table experience must be phenomenal. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to check it out during the Carnival Magic Inaugural Cruise in May.

When we sailed on the Carnival Fantasy for a family cruise, I was amazed at just how good the regular dining services was. Here a few photos so that you can see for yourself. Below is the official release from Carnival.

Duck appetizer in main dining aboard Carnival Fantasy Cruise Ship (c) Shannon Hurst Lane

Shrimp Cocktail on Carnival Fantasy Cruise Ship (c) Shannon Hurst Lane | TravelingMamas.com

Entree in main dining Carnival Fantasy Cruise (c) Shannon Hurst Lane | TravelingMamas.com

Steak entree in main dining room Carnival Fantasy Cruise (c) Shannon Hurst Lane | TravelingMamas.com

Lobster entree in main dining room Carnival Fantasy Cruise (c) Shannon Hurst Lane | TravelingMamas.com

Extensive dessert selection in main dining room of Carnival Fantasy Cruise (c) Shannon Hurst Lane | TraveingMamas.com

CARNIVAL’S ‘CHEF’S TABLE’ FINE DINING EXPERIENCE NOW AVAILABLE FLEETWIDE

Carnival Cruise Lines has completed the fleetwide rollout of its exquisite and exclusive fine dining experience, The Chef’s Table, which is now available on all 22 of the line’s ships.

Launched as a pilot program last year, this one-of-a-kind culinary experience includes a sumptuous multi-course dinner hosted by one of the line’s master chefs along with a private cocktail reception and a personalized tour of the galley.

With The Chef’s Table, a select group of 12 guests enjoy cocktails and hors d’ouevres hosted by the ship’s chef de cuisine. The chef then takes the group on a tour to see the galley in operation, providing participants with a unique perspective on Carnival’s extensive food and beverage operations.

The evening concludes with a sumptuous full-service dinner with delicious appetizers, entrees and desserts created by the line’s master chefs.  Depending on the vessel, the meal takes place in non-traditional dining venues throughout the ship – the galley, library, conference center, etc.

The program can be booked on board through the ships’ guest information desk. The cost is $75 per person.

Shannon Hurst Lane lives in south Louisiana and loves spontaneous road trips with her family or a solo mama getaway. She's the creator of TravelingMamas.com with a mission to inspire moms to get out there and explore our world. Google+
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