Cruise Review: Crystal Serenity Dining

136444fOne of the many things that are certain aboard Crystal Serenity is the fact that passengers are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining options of the highest quality.

Part of the personalised check-in experience is being escorted to the main dining room where lunch is served ahead of settling into your stateroom.

The maitre’d welcomes guests and confirms dietary requirements for the voyage ahead and the first culinary adventure is experienced.

Imagine the opportunity to indulge in fine dining each evening…

Crystal enables you to experience just that as your taste buds are taken on a journey

Sushi bar

Sushi bar

through a myriad of cultures and dining styles.

World-renowned chef, Nobu Matsuhisa, is the brains behind Asian fusion restaurant, ‘Silk Road’, which takes mouth-watering traditional Asian dishes and gives them a unique twist.

Lobster spring rolls and pan seared diver scallops do battle with Matsuhisa shrimp on the appetiser menu, while the ever-popular Nobu box, featuring a sampler of Nobu’s most popular dishes, settles the argument for the indecisive patrons who have trouble selecting the Nobu-style black cod with miso over the grilled wagyu beef rib eye steak.

For those after a more casual dining experience, whilst still satisfying their epicurean tendencies, ‘The Sushi Bar’ blends melt-in-your-mouth sushi and sashimi with 136444hpersonality plus as the sushi chefs whip up dishes to order in their own flamboyant way.

The line to indulge can be long though, so it’s best to get in early to savour the delights and view the spectacle.

‘Prego’ offers guests a romantic and charming Italian atmosphere and is located on Deck Seven directly across from ‘Silk Road’.

Like its Asian neighbour, reservations are essential and ‘Prego’ truly brings the flavours of Italy to Crystal Serenity with a seasonally-changing menu featuring delectable more traditional dishes including; lasagne alla casalinga and veal scalloppine parmigiana 136444ialong with the more unique Midori flavoured tomato soup and warm taleggio cheese drizzled with lavender-flavoured honey.

The added bonus with these amazing specialty restaurants? They are all inclusive in the price of passage!

Originally written by Natalie Aroyan for e-Travel Blackboard.

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