Royal Caribbean announced today that they are completing a fleetwide multi-million dollar investment to their ships main dining rooms. Some of the new features include increased menu options, regional menus, catering to folks with dietary restrictions and increasing dish presentations.
“In today’s food-aware culture, the palettes of our guests have evolved and they have come to expect, not only a variety of choices, but cuisine of the highest quality made with the freshest of ingredients,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, Executive Vice President, Operations, Royal Caribbean International.
Added favorites such as hand-cut steaks, escargot, shrimp cocktails and crème brule available every night in the main dining rooms.
Royal Caribbean continues to revolutionize on-board dining experiences with over 20 venues alone on Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class ships.
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