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Ultimate Guide to Carnival Vista

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If you’ve found your way here, odds are that you’ve either booked a cruise on board the Carnival Vista (in which case, congratulations!) or are considering doing so. We’re big believers that two important elements to enjoying a cruise vacation are making sure you’re on the right ship for you, and — once you’ve found that ship — knowing as much about it as possible before boarding. The last thing you want to do is find out after you’ve already disembarked about a restaurant you wish you’d tried or a quiet spot that would have been the perfect place to curl up with a book. (Then again, finding out after the fact just gives you a great reason to take the ship for another spin.)

So whether you’ve already booked a cruise on the Carnival Vista or are simply considering doing so, we’re going to offer you up basic facts, fun tidbits and even a few secrets that will help make you an expert on this amazing ship!

Just The Facts

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Her First Voyage: The Vista‘s maiden voyage was on May 1, 2016.
Number Of Passengers: Vista can carry just under 5,000 guests.
Her Stats: While it’s never polite to ask a lady such things, Vista weighs in at 133,500 Gross Tons. She’s 1,055 feet long and 15 decks high.
Vista‘s Godmother: Deshauna Barger, the first woman to serve in the U.S. military and be crowned Miss USA.

What Makes This Ship Special

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We know that there are people out there who think all cruise ships are the same. Those people are called idiots (at least in polite society), as even sister ships have their own quirks, features and identities in much the same way that even identical twins aren’t really exactly the same. So what sets the Carnival Vista apart?

  • The SkyRide. As you approach the ship, you can’t help but notice those high-in-the-air tracks. This was the first ship to offer passengers a chance to pedal their way through the air on dueling suspended bikes.
  • Havana Cabana Suites. This unique category of staterooms features a large patio on which guests can not only soak up the sun on comfy loungers, but also enjoy their own private swing!
  • The Havana Pool. During the day, this plush area is exclusively available to guests staying in the designated Havana cabins. At night, all are welcome as it morphs into one of the best party spots on a ship with more than a few of them.
  • The Dreamscape Funnels. These massive LED screens resemble nothing so much as a tornado, and the constantly changing images displayed upon them prove a mesmerizing distraction. While the one which anchors the atrium area is the most photographed, there’s a second in the casino which is almost more impressive as the darker atmosphere allows it to “pop” all the more.

Let’s Talk Food

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If you’re like us, one of the things that immediately comes to mind when you think about cruising is food. What restaurants are on board and, just as important to some, which are free? Carnival Vista offers a wide variety of food options ranging from the typical buffet fare to specialty restaurants which generally charge a flat per-person fee. For additional information on any of the restaurants listed below, simply click on the provided links.

Complimentary Dining Options 

Specialty Restaurants 

Nightlife On The Carnival Vista

Carnival VistaCarnival Vista offers a wide variety of after-dark options, ranging from full-fledged production shows to live performances in numerous bars and, of course, dancing the night away. You’d expect nothing less from a line which proudly proclaims its fleet to be Fun Ships, and the nightlife definitely does not disappoint on Carnival Vista.

The big productions shows, put on by Playlist Productions, are held in the main theater, also known as the Liquid Lounge. While there’s plenty of seating in the theater, you’ll want to arrive early, because the design of the space isn’t ideal, and there are many seats with obstructed views. Ever since Vista first launched, this has been one of the most-voiced complaints among passengers, and it’s not exactly the kind of thing that can easily be remedied… so consider yourself warned.

Another popular venue is the Limelight Lounge on deck four, which is home to the Punchliner Comedy Club. As on most ships, the comedy here tends to come in two flavors: Family-friendly and, later in the evening, adult’s only. While not all of the late-night comedians work blue, be warned that some take the adult’s only thing pretty seriously. Those who are easily offended should definitely stick to the earlier shows. We also offer up the same warning/advice with this venue that we did the Liquid Lounge: Arrive early to get good seats and avoid craning your neck to see around a pole.

After the final shows of the night, the Limelight Lounge transforms into the ship’s nightclub… although it’s far from the only spot you’ll find people partying! As DJ’s spin hits in this lounge, live music can be found at various venues, including Ocean Plaza, the RedFrog Pub and the Havana Bar, all of which are located on deck five. You can also head to the atrium, where you’ll often find performers putting on a show from a staging area just above the central bar.

Popular Places To Grab A drink

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While we focused above on the hottest nighttime spots, there are plenty of places around the Carnival Vista to grab a drink, day or night. Keep an eye on the daily Fun Times newsletter, because it’ll keep you informed as to what’s going on where… and that includes when live musicians will be playing in one of the bars or by the pool. So let’s wander around and take in some of our favorite places to chillax, shall we?

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The Atrium Bar is located on deck three, and it’s the first bar you’ll see when you board the ship. (As a result, it’ll also be ridiculously crowded when you board, as a lot of folks tend to gravitate toward the first source of alcohol they see in order to get their vacation off on the right foot!) There’s limited seating at the actual bar itself, but plenty couches and chairs on which to lounge in the immediate area. Get comfy, because you’ll probably find yourself hypnotized by the three-story LED Dreamscape.

The Casino Bar is located on deck four in the casino and features a miniature version of the LED Dreamscape. This is definitely not the place to go if you’re a non-smoker, as it’s one of the spaces on board the ship where those who puff are permitted to do so.

The wildly popular RedFrog Pub and Brewery is located on deck five midship and has both inside and outside seating available. You’ll find pub-style food here for $3.33 per order, along with Caribbean Rums and beers brewed onboard.

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RedFrog Pub on Carnival Vista. photo/Carnival

Hanging by the pool and feeling the need for a refreshing cocktail? The RedFrog Rum Bar and BlueIguana Tequila Bar are both conveniently nearby. While there is seating at both, there’s not a lot and they are popular spots. Best to grab a drink and wander… or take it back to your lounger by the pool.

Serenity Bar is located inside the adults-only Serenity area on the upper deck in front of the ship. The bar also sets out a cooler of water so you don’t dehydrate while sitting in the sun all day.

Our favorite spot to grab a pre-dinner drink? Without doubt, that would be the Alchemy Bar. Here, lab-coat-wearing mixologists whip up the cure for what ails you. Not sure what you’re in the mood for? Tell them what you like, and they’ll create a cocktail specifically tailored to your preferences! Careful, though: These tasty tonics pack a punch!

Outdoor Fun 

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If you’re a guest booked in the Havana Suites, you’ll have exclusive daytime access to the Havana Retreat, which features two hot tubs, a pool and tons of comfy lounging options, both in and out of the sun. If you’re not staying in a Havana cabin, it opens to the general public at 7 p.m.

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The SkyRide mixes a cycling workout with a thrill ride as you pedal your way around the cruise ship high above the water.

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The SkyCourse is Carnival Vista‘s ropes course, which forms a rectangle around the sports deck area. There are both easy and difficult options, and they are side-by-side which makes it great for pairs in which one person is a tad more daring than the other! You each get to stick with your comfort level while being able to do the course together. Below, the sports deck offers miniature golf, shuffleboard, a unique set of work-out equipment known as the SkyFitness center and tables of the ping-pong, foosball and pool varieties.

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Pool wise, there are two located on the lido deck. One is located midship, and the other is on the back of the ship. While the midship pool does not have hot tubs, there are two located near the rear pool, with one on either side. The adult’s only Serenity area also has two hot tubs. You can get towels from one of two huts, but make sure to return them, because not doing so will cost you $25. On the other hand, if you wanted to buy a new towel, well, there ya go.

Kids Programs

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Carnival Vista‘s Camp Ocean program is for kids ages 2-11 and has a wide variety of fun, marine-themed activities to keep the little ones busy. Teens ages 12-14 will enjoy hanging out with their peers at Circle C, while Club O2 is a space specifically reserved for the 15-17 year old crowds. Each of these groups not only gives kids a chance to learn new things, but they serve as great opportunities for them to increase socialization skills. While it’s not for every child, many parents swear that their kids beg to spend as much time in the kid’s clubs as possible!

Parent who want to have a romantic evening without their beloved offspring are able to take advantage of the Night Owls babysitting program offered by Carnival. Available from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m., the service does come at a fee (as of this writing, $6.75 per hour, per child), which is charged to your sail-and-sign card.

Quiet Areas

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As previously mentioned, the hot spot for adults looking to get away from it all is the Serenity area on deck 15. Not only will you find a variety of loungers and hammocks and a full-service bar, but there’s even a fantastic, complimentary venue called Fresh Creations, a make-it-yourself salad bar available on sea days.

Some of the best quiet areas can be found simply by wandering the ship. Many of the venues which come to life at night prove to be almost abandoned during the daytime, making them the perfect place to curl up with a book… even if your real intention is to nap!

Deck five wraps around the entire ship and seemed, at least in our experience, quiet for the most part. Areas to avoid are the starboard side between 12-3, because Guy’s Pig and Anchor BBQ is open so it gets a little cramped. Opposite of Guy’s on the port side is the RedFrog Pub; depending on when you go out there, it can get pretty loud… especially if there’s a rousing game of corn hole going on.

 

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12 Differences Between Carnival Horizon and Carnival Vista

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Just because two ships are in the same class doesn’t mean that they are exactly alike. After all, even twin sisters have differences — some subtle, some blatant. In the case of ships, changes can be made for numerous reasons. Perhaps a new feature is being added, or the initial design didn’t work out quite the way everyone imagined it was. Each new ship in a specific class is like a chance to enhance on what came previously.  So it’s not surprising that when Carnival Horizon was being built, the company incorporated lessons learned from the first-in-her-class Carnival Vista while also adding completely new elements to the already successful formula.

So what differences have we noticed so far between the two ships? Take a look at our list below, and then hit the comments if you’ve spotted other differences between the sibling ships.

1. New Lighting in the Atrium

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Chances are good that upon entering the atrium, your eyes immediately will be drawn to the Dreamscape funnels and their beautiful, constantly-changing imagery. But take the time to really look around the atrium. You’ll notice that between each of the three levels, there’s a circle of track lighting which not only helps create the illusion of a bigger space, but adds an additional design element which is somehow subtle and striking at the exact same time.

2. Tap Entry to Staterooms 

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Your sign-and-sail cards now have RFID technology which allows you to enter the room without sticking your card into the slot. If you look closely, you’ll see a small wire running along the outer edge of the card that lets it communicate with your stateroom door when you get close. This is the same concept utilized by Royal Caribbean for their WOW bands and Disney — both in the parks and on their ships — with the Magic Bands.

3.  Bonsai Teppanyaki

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One of the biggest and most noticeable changes is obviously the Bonsai Teppanyaki restaurant. Based on our experience and the difficulty people have had in booking the space (which has limited seatings available), we won’t be a bit surprised if this restaurant is not only included on future builds, but perhaps even added to other ships in the fleet when they go through refurbishments.

READ MORE: Bonsai Teppanyaki Review 

4. The Speeds Bumps are Gone 

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On the Carnival Vista there were several areas on decks three, four and five which had slightly-raised edges around the fire doors. Anyone dragging their feet (or using a cane or other mobility device) would definitely notice (and possibly trip over) them. On Horizon, however, they seem to have addressed the potential problem.

5. There are More Havana Suites 

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As soon as renderings of the Carnival Vista began circulating, people went nuts for the new Havana Suites and their lanai-like balconies. Not surprisingly, once the ship was actually introduced, the entire Havana area — including the aft area which is reserved for Havana guests during daytime hours — proved crazy popular. So it’s not surprising that when it came time to parse out staterooms on Horizon, they added a few extra cabins in this category.

Read More: Carnival Horizon Trip Report: Embarkation Day

6. The Pig & Anchor Smokehouse

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Yes, the RedFrog Pub is gone… but before you get your knickers in a knot, know that the Pig & Anchor Smokehouse/Brewhouse is most definitely a worthy replacement. The food is amazing, there’s plenty of cold beer on tap and entertainers keep your toe tapping. This is a very welcome addition to the Carnival fleet… so much so that I actually heard people say the Pig & Anchor alone could sway them to choose Horizon over Vista.

READ MORE: 35 Tips For Sailing The Carnival Vista

7. Entertainment In The Steakhouse

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Sometimes, the smallest ideas can have the most surprising results. Who would have thought that simply flipping the locations of Piano Bar 88 and The Library Bar would make such a difference? But because the piano bar is now directly next to the steakhouse, diners can enjoy the smooth sounds of someone tickling the ivories while they enjoy their meal. And as far as I’m concerned, the more live entertainment, the better.

8. The New Doors 

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You know how sometimes when you would go outside on deck 5, there’d be a gust of wind and the door might actually be hard to open? Sometimes, depending on the weather, you could hear doors slamming all day and into the night. Well, thanks to the airlock-style doors installed, it’s now a much smoother inside-to-outdoor transition. It may seem like a minor change, but it makes life easier, and isn’t that what we all want out of a vacation?

9. Taste Bar is Gone 

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Change is good… usually. But the jury’s still out on this one. Word is that Taste Bar will eventually be eliminated fleet wide. On Horizon, it’s already a gone pecan. You can still grab some limited food here at breakfast time, and on sea days they set up a salad bar, both of which help disperse the crowds at the Lido Deck Marketplace. Personally, I’ll miss the Taste Bar, which often offered samplings of foods from some of the specialty restaurants on board.

1o. A Larger Guest Relations Area 

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Frankly, we hope that you never have to visit the Guest Relations deck… at least not because you’re having trouble on your cruise. But if you do, the expansion of this space on deck 3 is a good thing, as it’s created more work stations at which the crew can try and make right whatever has gone wrong. Not only is the space larger, but it has a much more open feel did the same area on Carnival Vista.

11. Additional Seating Outside 

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A big reason many of us cruise is to connect with the ocean. There’s something about sitting outside — whether reading, eating or napping — and feeling the sun on your face as you gaze off into the distance that’s about as peaceful as life gets. So it’s only fitting that on a ship named Horizon, they’ve created a lot more spaces from which to… well, gaze at her namesake.xThis is especially true on the starboard side of deck 5, which on Carnival Vista was home to Guy’s Pig & Anchor. Here, the space has been freed up for more seating. In fact, that’s something we noticed at every turn on this ship: There are all sorts of areas, both indoors and out, to sit, whether by yourself or with a group. There are cozy nooks and loungers and quiet corners everywhere.

12. Smart Elevators

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Carnival Horizon rolled out smart elevators that are often used in busy land-based buildings. These elevators eliminate the stop-and-go at every floor. Instead, you walk up to the elevator and push which floor you’d like to go. From there, the elevator’s brain picks which lift is quicker for you and assigns your an elevator. The new elevators also expedite disembarkation by moving 1,000 guests per hour. The new elevator system is scheduled to be implemented on Carnival Panorama and eventually retrofitted to Vista.

Have you noticed any other differences between the Carnival Horizon and the previous ship in her class? With the Carnival Panorama currently being built, are there any changes you’d like to see implemented on her? 

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Everything Carnival Horizon, Part 5: The Bars

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A word of advice: When traveling on the Carnival Horizon, don’t make plans with your friends by saying, “I’ll meet you at the bar.” Why? You might never find one another! Heck, even saying, “I’ll meet you at the bar by the pool” could lead to confusion, because there’s more than one… actually, there’s more than one pool and more than one bar! But never fear, because in Part 5 of our series exploring everything about this massive ship, we’re finally getting around to doing a bar crawl.

The Perfect Place To Start

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The Atrium Bar.

For a lot of cruisers — us included — the first thing they do upon boarding a ship is grab a drink with which to toast the beginning of their vacation. On the Carnival Horizon, a lot of people wind up doing so at the Atrium bar… which makes sense on a lot of levels. After all, those gorgeous Dreamscape funnels are the first thing you see, and they draw us in like moths to a flame! And while we’re big fans of everything about the atrium, we suggest coming back later. Why fight the crowds when there’s a whole big ship — jam-packed with bars — waiting to be explored?

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Pig and Anchor aboard Carnival Horizon.

Our suggestion?

Head to the Pig & Anchor! After all, it’s not just a smokehouse, but a brewhouse, too… and in fact, takes the place of the beloved RedFrog Pub on this ship. For many cruisers, ourselves included, heading to the Pub to kick off the vacation is a long-standing tradition. Well, trust us… the Pig & Anchor is a fine, fine substitute. (This is also a great place to hit after dark, especially if you prefer your music on the more countrified side.) Lest you think a brewhouse has nothing but beer on tap, belly up to the bar and take a look at the specialty cocktails such as the Blackberry Bourbon Fizz or the Smoky Manhattan (and yes, it automatically became our favorite because it’s topped with a crispy slice of bacon and everybody knows bacon makes everything better).

Lounging By The Pool

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Lido deck on Carnival Horizon.

Pick your poison: Tequila or rum? Whichever you prefer, you’ll find a potent potion available at the BlueIguana Tequila Bar or the RedFrog Rum bar, both conveniently located within shouting distance of the main pool. And if you’ve opted for the quieter Tides pool — located at the back of deck 10 and offering killer views of the wake — there’s always the appropriately named Tides Bar. And if you want to get away not only from the typical poolside madness but kids altogether (hey, no judgment here!), there’s a nice little bar up on the Serenity Deck where you can grab a cocktail and then meander over to one of the very, very comfortable loungers, clamshells, or hammocks. (Although careful, because after a couple drinks, those hammocks can be downright dangerous… especially when trying to get out of one!)

A Drink Before Dining

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Alchemy Bar on Carnival Horizon.

The pre-dinner (or pre-show) cocktail is, for us, one of the joys of cruising. And if you want to elevate it to the next level, the best place to do so is the Alchemy Bar. A word of warning, however: Don’t go here looking for a beer or a soda, as you will be politely but firmly sent elsewhere.

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The Alchemy Bar has the cure for what ails you.

This spot is all about the hand-crafted cocktails lovingly prepared by lab coat-wearing mixologists. Another word of warning: Many of the drinks on this limited menu are as potent as they are delicious. Looking to ease your way in? Give the refreshing (and popular) Cucumber Sunrise a try. And if you can’t find something on the menu that sounds appealing, tell the mixologist what ails you (and what you think might cure it), and they’ll whip up something specifically for you.

READ MORE: 5 Reasons To Visit Carnival’s Alchemy Bar

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Casino Bar on deck 4.

Alchemy is also a great bar to hit up after dinner and before a show. But you could also swing by the casino bar (home to a second Dreamscape funnel, which comes as a surprise to many people) to get your literal pre-game on. Need to check on the latest sports score? The Skybox Sports Bar, located just off the casino, is a safe bet. (Sports… bet… see what we did there?)

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Sports Bar on Carnival Horizon.

After dark, all of the ship’s bars come to life, many featuring live entertainment. If you feel like grooving to a Latin rhythm (or simply watching others do it while you sip a Cuba-inspired drink), hit the Havana Bar. Had a few cocktails and feel like singing (but not quite brave enough to attempt karaoke)? Hit the piano bar, where the only person required to have talent is the piano player, while everyone else can sing along with no fear of judgment from their fellow crooners.

Now that you’ve figured out all the best spots to get your drink on, let’s take this in an entirely different direction. Here’s hoping you don’t have too much of a hangover, because we’re going to be dealing with kids — and all the ways to keep them occupied — in our next entry.

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Carnival Horizon Bonsai Teppanyaki Review

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When Carnival rolled out the Horizon, it didn’t just introduce a new ship to its fleet… it also introduced a new dining option into its rotation. Already having had great success with their Bonsai Sushi restaurant, they expanded the brand by introducing Bonsai Teppanyaki. So how does the restaurant stack up to some of the other specialty restaurants on board? We swung by to check the place out, and here’s what we found.

A First For Carnival Cruise Line

Given that cruise ships have a limited amount of space available, the decision to devote prime real estate to something new —as opposed to simply sticking a tried-and-true venue into the spot — is not undertaken lightly. That is especially true when the restaurant in question is a revenue-generating specialty venue, requiring that guests be willing to pay for the experience. So clearly, Carnival had both a lot on the line and complete faith in the idea of a Teppanyaki-style restaurant.

Teppanyaki restaurants are nothing new. On land, Benihana has been using the concept of knife-wielding chefs putting on a show while making a delicious meal since 1964. Variations on the theme have also been introduced on cruise lines, including Royal Caribbean and Norwegian, over the past few years. So while Carnival’s not necessarily breaking new ground, it’s managed to turn Bonsai Teppanyaki into a pretty sure-fire hit by using the laws of supply and demand: The restaurant only holds 16 people per seating, meaning that on any given sailing, a relatively small number of passengers will have the opportunity to try the hot spot.

It’s that intimacy which also makes Bonsai Teppanyaki a special experience, and one particularly suited to families and groups of friends. Which, again, means this is one of the first reservations you should make when planning your cruise. You snooze? You will definitely lose… your opportunity to eat here.

About The Dining Experience

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From the moment you enter, you’ll be caught up in the aura of Bonsai Teppanyaki. The decor plays on that of Bonsai Sushi, yet steps everything up a notch. This is an absolutely gorgeous space, dominated by warm orange and red colors. Upon arriving, you’re greeted by the chef who’ll be both cooking for and entertaining your table, as well as the server who will provide everything not dished out by the chef.

After the introductions are made, our chef — Edgar, from the Philippines — did a quick check to see if anyone had allergies, and then they took our entree order. This is a seven-course meal, so there’s pretty much always food in front of you. And although it is all prepared at the same time, this is not served family style. (Although if someone in your party isn’t into rice or vegetables, it means you can score some extra… but be quick to stake your claim.)

Remember, this isn’t just dinner… you’re getting a show, too. From the moment we sat down, Edgar had our entire group laughing (and occasionally gasping at some of his knife play).

What’s on the Menu?

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As mentioned above, the meal is served in seven courses, but don’t think this means you’re going to spend a lot of time hemming and hawing over what to get… six of those courses are basically pre-determined, with the entree being your only big decision. So what’s on tap?

You can view the full menu here.

Course 1: Teppanyaki White Shrimp

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Course 2:  Pork Belly Yakitori

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Course 3: Spicy Tuna on the Rocks

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Course 4: Miso Soup

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Course 5: Salad with Ginger Dressing

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Course 6: Here’s where you make your big decision between the various options available for your main course.  I went with the Steak and Shrimp, which is served with fried rice and grilled vegetables. There are also three sauces for dipping: a mayo-based shrimp sauce, ginger sauce, and a Worcestershire-based sauce.

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Course 7: Dessert, a chocolate bento box with ginger ice cream.

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Is it Worth the Cost?

With a cost of $25 to $30 per person — depending on the selected entree — this is a pretty great bargain, especially since you’re getting dinner and a show. With the 15 percent added gratuity, my bill came out to be $34.50. As always, you’re free to bump-up the gratuity if you’d like to show the service team a little extra love.

The focus here is amazing food that is perfectly seasoned and entertainment that will have you laughing long after the meal is over.

Final Thoughts 

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After we’d finished eating, I asked everyone around the table what they thought of the meal and the experience. The consensus was that a good time was had by all. (One thing several people mentioned was that their water glasses were constantly kept full… something that’s been a little lacking in some venues around the ship on our sailing.)

It is worth noting, however, that since there’s a price tag attached to the meal — and the menu is somewhat limited in options — you should make sure everyone in your party knows what they’re walking into. This might not be a great spot for picky eaters.

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It’s worth stressing again that Bonsai Teppanyaki should really be booked in advance, because with only three seatings per night and 16 guests per seating, this place fills up quickly.

Forget to book in advance? Check the Hub app to see if any slots open up. It’s rare, but hey… it happens. This is especially true on days where the ship has a long day in port. People sometimes come back later than they thought they would (or fuller, having sampled the local foods) and wind up cancelling their dinner reservations.

Would I do this restaurant again? In a heartbeat.

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