While I am not a culiarnary expert, I have tried food from all around the world and on previously 35 other cruises, and I can say that hands down, this was the best food I have ever experienced on a cruise ship. The Silver Muse offers 8 different dining venues.
Indochine is an Asian fusion restaurant with taste from all over the far east. We had a variety of dishes here, including Chicken Korma, Tom Yum Soup, Chicken Curry, and other Asian inspired dishes.
Atlantide is a Steak and Seafood restaurant with steak and seafood styles from all over the world. The first night we ate there we enjoyed steak and lobster, as well as some great wine. We also enjoyed a farewell dinner with our host at Atlantide when we had steak and veal along with sever other imaginative courses including a goat cheese and greens salad, mushroom and scallop soup, and a fun take on lemon meringue pie.
La Terrazza serves as the quick serves and sit down restaurant for breakfast and lunch, but transforms into an authentic Italian eatery in the evenings. For breakfast, I love to have salmon or smoked halibut. I never have fish for breakfast at home, but it seems to be a regular on many cruise ships. The quick service area was not self serve, it was point at it and they serve it to your plate. At night we enjoyed specialties such as saltimbocca, gnocchi’s, and several other fantastic pasta dishes. We even sprang for a bottle of a connoisseur wine. On one of of last sea days, they featured a seafood extravaganza, kind of like one gets on a seafood tower at a major steakhouse.
The Grill/Hot Rocks serves casual fare like wraps, salads and burgers during the day and then turns into the Hot Rocks concept in the evening where guests are served food with a hot lava rock and cook their own food on the rock at the table.
Spaccanapoli serves freshly made to order pizza.
Silver Note is a true Jazz Dinner club that has live jazz everynight and a Tapas themed menu. We did not have an opportunity to dine there, but we enjoyed the jazz on several evening after dinner in another venue.
For an extra charge there is La Dame, a classic French resturarnt in partnership with the esteemed Relais & Châteaux, presents a tradititon upscale french dining experience. Due to the intimate small space of this venue there is a $60 cover charge.
Kaiseki is a Japanese sushi restaurant during the day and at night, due to limited space, presents teppanyaki with a cover charge. Also due to the the small space they, do charge $60 per person at this venue. This was the one venue we didn’t dine at, so I am sorry I don’t have any of my own pictures. I used some stock photos from the Silversea web page.
Room Service: Finally, the in room dining is a great experience on Silversea. The butler places a larger table top onto the coffee table in the room giving guests a full size table from which to eat. Then he brings the courses one at a time on the guests schedule. We enjoyed the movie “The Courier” starring Benedict Cumberbatch as we enjoyed our dinner in our room. The menu can be displayed on the in room entertainment system and the Lorenzo our butler came and took down our order. Much more personalized than ordering over the phone. This was such a relaxing and worry free way to spend an evening.Cruise Dining Reviews, My Cruise History