Celestyal revamps specialty dining

ATHENS, GREECE – Celestyal has updated the specialty restaurant menus on its two-ship fleet. The news comes following Celestyal Discovery’s recent maiden voyage and the refurbishment of Celestyal Journey.

The Mediterranean style brasserie, Grill Seekers, is available for dinner on both ships and now offers, Brazilian Picanha steak, American Wagyu, Argentinian black angus beef, Australian lamb
chops, Danish pork tomahawk and veal. A selection of seafood is also on offer including a variety of fresh Aegean fish fillets, Cuban lobster and jumbo shrimp.

Following guest feedback, the Italian style, unlimited antipasto platter remains available, and a refreshed dessert offering now includes Crêpe Suzette flambé, rum baba and warm Kunafeh. The Pink Moon restaurant, exclusive to Celestyal Journey, features a revised Asian-inspired menu, complete with ramen and noodle bowls. The restaurant décor has been designed to replicate Japanese interiors, taking inspiration from their traditional architecture.

Both restaurants are now included in a 25% discount when guests purchase the Celestyal Plus+ Experience package, which also features the premium ‘Sky High’ drinks package, 150 euros per
person discount on pre-booked shore excursions, all port & services charges, and Wi-Fi access.

Lee Haslett, Chief Commercial Officer at Celestyal, said: “We know from our guests and agents that unmissable dining experiences are an incredibly important element of the cruising experience. At Celestyal we constantly strive to keep bringing our guests authentic, original, and delicious food options both onboard our ships and ashore. “Our specialty restaurants are just one of fantastic dining options onboard on ships, offering exclusive experiences at a superb value. We can’t wait for customers to sample our sizzling new menus this year.”

The article Celestyal revamps specialty dining first appeared in TravelDailyNews International.

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