Carnival Debuts New Fee-Based Seafood Venue

If you were a fan of the secret Fish and Chips station, located upstairs on deck 10 aboard Carnival Conquest, be prepared to break out your sign-and-sail card the next time you have that seafood craving. The new for-fee seafood venue, Seafood Corner, has replaced the Fish and Chips with a much improved and more expansive menu.

Also added to Carnival Conquest is a complimentary BBQ restaurant. You can see the full menu of the BBQ restaurant here.

The Cost

Effective immediately, the newly branded Seafood Corner will serve a la carte seafood dishes, starting at $4 for New England Clam Chowder up to $10 for a Fried Seafood Platter. The menu puts Seafood Corner in line with Seafood Shack aboard Carnival Vista.

The Menu

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  • New England Clam Chowder in Bread Bowl $4
  • Lobster Roll $12
  • Lobster BLT $12
  • Crab Cake Sliders $8
  • Fish and Chips $6
  • Fried Seafood Platter (Fish, Shrimp, Clams, Calamari and Fries) $10

Buckets 

  • Fried Buffalo Shrimp $6
  • Fried Clam Strips $5
  • Fried Shrimp & Clam Combo $6

Market

(All items below are set to market price)

  • Steamed Lobster by the Pound
  • Snow Crab by the Pound
  • Steam Peel and Eat Shrimp by the Pound
  • Raw Oyster by the each

What Ship?

Right now, the menu is being piloted on Carnival Conquest. You can view the full menu here.

Reaction

CruiseCritic member WindDawn said, “I guess I’m glad there are people willing to pay extra for food because they supplement profits which helps keep fares lower for me. I feel about this like I do about the ‘for a fee’ room service items. I’ve never ordered those either.”

Thoughts? 

Will you pay for the fish and chips on your next sailing? Let us know in the comments below.

5 Responses

  1. Seems like every time we turn around, Carnival has found something to charge for that was included. Ever since the new president took over.

  2. Overpriced when you consider you’ve already paid for food. Now they’re selling food for close to the cost at a restaurant. Not a good value. No more ceviche. 🙁

  3. NOOO!!!!!!

    There goes that. I used to eat there 2-3 times during the cruise. Now maybe one time or more than likely no time.

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