Carnival Cruise Lines has adjusted its at sea dining, to offer Australian cruisers ‘Long Lunch at Sea’ during the 2013/14 cruise season.
Effective 13 December 2013 on Carnival Spirit and September 2014 on Carnival Legend, the offer is available during sea days in the Nouveau Restaurant.
Long Lunch at Sea will serve three courses for $30. The menu includes; grilled cold water lobster tail; fresh seafood platters at an additional $20; blue crab salad; grilled duck breast; and coconut flan.
Wine pairing for each course will cost an additional $20.
Additionally, the line will introduce ‘Freshie’s Corner’ for seaside summer snacks. It will sell a range of tasty morsels and light meals including pots of fresh prawns or mussels; fish n’ chips; kumera fries; grilled chicken focaccias; and the Spirit Burger.
According to the cruise line, ‘Long Lunch at Sea’ was introduced in response to Australian guests’ appreciate of fine dining and quality produce.
“Delicious food is ingrained in Australian culture, and whether enjoying a long lunch with friends, or grabbing a quick bite on the go, high standard, varied dishes are a must, and always taste even better when enjoyed with good company,” Carnival Cruise Lines director Australia and New Zealand, Jennifer Vandekreeke said.
“These new dining experiences will give our guests more of what they expect from a top quality holiday – fresh, flavoursome dishes to be shared with loved ones.”
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