Restaurants on Cruise Ships

Cruises are becoming more popular every day because of the restaurants they offer, with a multitude of options that are included in the price we pay and others with additional cost, and you can even order the food to be delivered to your cabin in some shipping companies. 

There are all kinds of restaurants with different gastronomic and thematic options for the taste of each guest during the stay in the cruise, being the following the ones that usually have the most modern ships:

  • Main restaurant: In this restaurant, passengers can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner, which are completely free except for the drinks, unless the cruise line specifies otherwise, and guests need to order from the menu for the waiter to serve them at the table. 
  • Buffet: Another main restaurant that we can find on cruises is the buffet, which usually has a wider schedule than the main restaurant, where guests can choose where they want to sit and have to go for the food in the classic buffet style. It is available for breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner and even in some cruise lines in the early morning or 24 hours a day.
  • Pizzeria: Almost all cruises offer a pizzeria to enjoy pizzas with four cheeses, barbecue, carbonara, etc. practically all day and sometimes even 24 hours a day for the most voracious eaters (like us).
  • Themed or specialty restaurants: These restaurants are distributed throughout the cruise with an additional cost in almost all cruise lines, and are available with Japanese, Chinese, Italian, French, Asian, American, etc. cuisine, where guests can have a different dining experience than the main restaurant.
  • Hamburgers: As an essential in any cruise, fast food is served with freshly grilled burgers, which are usually included in the price, although some cruise lines like Royal Caribbean have them for free or for a fee at their Johnny Rockets restaurant, which is a very interesting experience with a pure American style. 
  • Cafeterias: Throughout the ship, we can order coffees, chocolates, teas of all flavors, cold or hot drinks, and cold foods such as sandwiches, salads, or sweets to satisfy hunger before meals, although you won't go hungry on a cruise.
  • Fast food: In addition to the burger restaurants, some ships have Mexican food (nachos, tacos...), hot dogs, fried chicken, sandwiches, and many other foods, always depending on the cruise line we choose.
  • Ice cream shop: Another favorite area on cruises is the ice cream shop or machine, which is usually located near the swimming pool and is included in the price on some ships. 

In addition to all of the above, each cruise offers a unique gastronomic experience that is designed for guests to enjoy each day in a different and unforgettable way.

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