The Emerald Room Steakhouse on Carnival Glory recently took home an award from the American Culinary Federation (ACF), the largest organization of professional chefs in North America.
The 108-seat steakhouse has been in operation since the 110,000-ton Carnival Glory went into service in 2003. The Achievement in Excellence Award recognizes the outstanding cuisine and quality service.
Carnival’s Chef Peter Leypold accepted the award at the recent ACF convention in Orlando, Florida (photo right).
The line recently raised their steakhouse prices from $30 to $35 because of rising food costs. Carnival Glory is currently operating voyages out of New York and is scheduled for the Fun Ship 2.0 refurbishment in November.
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