This is really more of a slide show of the food on our cruise. I think that Celebrity has some of the best food at sea. The service in the main dining room is attentive and personalized. The food preparation is always spot on and the food comes out hot and on time. Our dining staff did an amazing job of taking care of the four of us. I have cruise on several other lines this year, and I think that the food and service on Celebrity stands up there with any other cruise including the luxury lines we sailed this year.
Boarding day lunch in the dining room included chicken paillard and the salmon entrée. Dinner that night included braised beef, spring rolls, “cappuccino” soup, butternut squash ravioli, and Spaghetti Bolognese.
Breakfast on day two was a vegetable and feta made to order omelette, and lunch was a visit to the Asian food station. Dinner was at the amazing Italian restaurant in the Tuscan Grill, where we I enjoyed my favorite fillet Mignon. Veal Milanese with a mush room sauce was also on the menu. Lots of amazing pastas (not pictured). I think we all had Tira Mi Su for dessert.
Lunch on day 3 included a civiche station, and dinner included braised beef and Wiener Schnitzel.
Dinner at Muranos, with Chateau Brian for two, and table side flambeed lobster tails. Also a napkin peacock for the little one.
Dinner at Le Petite Chef! Amazing food and animation.
Dinner in the main dining room. Fish croquettes, French Onion Soup, beef that was good but didn’t match the description on the menu, crab stuffed fish, New York cheese cake.
Final two night in the dining room, Beef Wellington, some sort of delicious fish dish, and prime rib.