One thing there's no shortage of on cruise ships is dining options. Whether you want to stick to the free restaurants already included in your cruise fare or you're willing to spend a bit more for specialty restaurants, the food is sure to be delicious. Here are your options when you're looking for food on board the Norwegian Star:
Aqua Main Dining Room
Serving the same food as the other main dining room, Aqua has a modern vibe to it and is a bit more relaxed. Food here is complimentary.
Versailles Main Dining Room
With fancy, opulent decor, you can find the same food here as in Aqua but with a more upscale vibe. There is a dress code for this restaurant, though it's still pretty lax. Food here is complimentary.
Open 24 hours a day, this is the place to go if you're looking for comfort food such as chicken soup, a burger and fries, or wings. Food here is complimentary.
Your typical cruise ship buffet, you can find a wide variety of items here for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a relaxed, grab and go atmosphere. Eat inside or out by the pool. Food here is complimentary.
If you don't feel like leaving your room, get the food to come to you! There is a room service menu with basic food items. Food here is complimentary, though if you order between midnight and 5 a.m. there is a small delivery charge. You can also get pizza delivered to your room for $5 per person.
A high-class, American style steakhouse, you can enjoy a variety of cuts of meat while enjoying the 1920's and 1930's style decor. Price is $25 per person, though VIP guests can get breakfast and lunch here for free.
Ginza Asian Restaurant
Serving a variety of Japanese, Chinese, and Thai food, anyone that loves Asian food is sure to find something delicious here. Price is $15 per person, sushi available a la carte.
La Cucina Italian Restaurant
If pasta and a hearty Italian meal is what you're craving, then you can't go wrong with La Cucina. Price is $15 per person.
Le Bistro French Restaurant
A romantic, cozy spot, Le Bistro has some unique French food choices. $20 per person.
There's a huge selection of meats to try at this Brazilian style steakhouse. Eat as much as you want until you've had your share - when your chip is on the green side you'll continue to get cuts of meat, but once you flip to red the food will stop. $20 per person.
Sushi and Sake Bar
Located in Ginza, there's a sushi bar you can stop by if that's what you're looking for. Prices are a la carte.
Dinner includes food and entertainment when you visit this hibachi restaurant. Price is $25 per person.
Presumed Murdered Luncheon
Taking place in La Cucina, you can enjoy a good lunch with a hilarious murder mystery show presented by the comedy troupe Second City. $20 per person.
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