Let Celebrity tantalize your palate with award-winning cuisine. Prepared by world-renowned chefs, culinary delights are made from scratch using only the finest, fresh ingredients.
From casual eateries like the AquaSpa Cafe serving light, healthy fare to specialty restaurants where meals are prepared tableside, there are choices sure to please those with even the most discerning tastes.
Enjoy indoor dining in our smoke-free environments or outdoor dining poolside. Aboard Celebrity, the choice is yours.
As you enter Celebrity's main dining room, crystal glasses, exquisite china and gleaming silverware shine in anticipation. A dramatic setting for any meal, this elegant dining room features an endless array of cuisine including breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Perfectly presented and incredibly delicious, Celebrity cuisine is not only abundant, it is prepared following the highest culinary standards.
On a Celebrity ship, casual dining is just as special and enjoyable as formal dining. While casual dining may include a relaxing poolside grill, the Sushi cafe or complimentary 24-hour room service, the experience, flavor and attention to detail remain unmatched.
When you opt for a casual-dining setting, a casual dress code applies.
Casual Dining Restaurant
Enjoy the same world-class cuisine Celebrity is known for in a more relaxed environment. You'll find yourself going back for more - but remember to save room for dessert. You'll find delectable treats you won't want to miss.
Let your cravings go wild. Order up a pizza of your choice. Grab a burger and fries or pasta dish in a relaxed, poolside environment serving lunch and dinner.
At night, dive into your favorite fresh sushi choices at the Sushi Cafe. From California Rolls to Nigiri, enjoy the delicious flavor and colorful form of this Japanese culinary art.
Nestled near the Thalassotherapy Pool*, the AquaSpa Cafe serves a light and healthy cuisine from breakfast until evening. Tranquility permeates the atmosphere lending to a fulfilling casual dining experience.
Thalassotherapy Pool is not available onboard Zenith or Century.
Cova® Cafe di Milano
Relax while enjoying a cappuccino and a European pastry with a friend at the Cova Cafe. Featuring Cova liqueurs, chocolates, and fresh pastries, this jewel offers a scrumptious taste of decadence.
*Available on Millennium-class ships only
When preparation moves from kitchen to tableside, the meal is transformed into a finely-orchestrated performance. So it is with Celebrity's specialty restaurants located on our Millennium-class ships.
Reminiscent of ocean liners of the past, these distinctively elegant restaurants offer a dining experience like no other at sea. Savor thefive-course menu creations prepared tableside with a medley of aromatic ingredients. Relish the timeless ambiance of an intimate dine-in wine cellar. Each restaurant is equally spectacular offering its own taste of history and unparalleled service.
Proper dining attire is required and per person cover charge applies.
Murano Restaurant onboard Century
Adorned with magnificent chandeliers handcrafted of radiant Murano glass, the Century's "Murano" specialty restaurant, named for the island of Murano near Venice, Italy, where glass-blowing has been a fine art and tradition since the 13th century, is reminiscent of the subtle charm and timeless beauty of one of the world's most romantic cities.
A hand-painted mural at the end of the 66-seat venue displays whimsical silhouettes depicting an enchanting tale of travel and adventure, while a large, round granite medallion composed of jewel-toned stone resembles the antique paving of medieval European cities and creates the feeling of an Italian piazza.
The menu, cuisine and service for Murano will follow the celebrated style of Celebrity's Millennium-class specialty restaurants, which presented the industry's first tableside cooking, carving and flambe and will feature delectable menu selections such as Saltimbocca Alla Romana and Steak Diane.
The RMS Olympic Restaurant aboard Millennium
Entering transatlantic passenger service in 1911, the RMS Olympic embodied the opulence and grandeur historic ocean liners are known for. Asked to be of service in World War I, RMS Olympic earned the name "Old Reliable" for her wartime heroics.
The RMS Olympic Restaurant transports guests back in time where they can marvel at original paneling from the RMS Olympic while they savor the rich, creamy flavor of Goat Cheese Souffle with Tomato Coulis complemented by a glass of vintage sauvignon blanc.
Featuring tableside service, a demonstration kitchen and a dine-in wine cellar, the RMS Olympic Restaurant provides a classic taste of luxury, elegance and culinary delight.
SS United States Restaurant aboard Infinity
Establishing a new speed record for transatlantic crossing in 1952, the SS United States made its mark in history. Its namesake, the SS United States Restaurant, makes its mark upon Celebrity guests with its exquisite decor - featuring actual glass panels from the original ship - and tantalizing cuisine.
An entree first served in the dining room onboard the original SS United States is prepared for twenty-first century guests. Roast Long Island Duckling a l'Orange Stuffed with Fruit is just one of a host of intriguing menu selections diners will savor in this Specialty Restaurant.
SS Normandie Restaurant aboard Summit
Furnished with outstanding art deco fittings by the era's best-known French designers, the SS Normandie was considered the ultimate ocean liner of her day. Winning the prestigious Blue Riband award for speed in North Atlantic crossings five times over, she was the first ocean liner to exceed 1,000 feet.
Summit's Normandie Restaurant provides guests with an elegant, alternative dining experience with menu selections inspired by the Normandy region of France, such as Flambeed Scampi flamed in Armagnac accompanied by a 1999 Chassagne Montrachet Chardonnay.
Ocean Liners Restaurant aboard Constellation
Heralding the inception of Art Deco design into shipbuilding, the Ile de France launched a new era in 1927. Her design combining European tradition and modern decor is reflected in the Ocean Liners Restaurant. Showcasing a number of rare artifacts, this unique restaurant will whisk you back in time to an age of post-war jubilance and glamorous innovation.
Dining in the style of the great transatlantic passenger ships of the mid-twentieth century, guests enjoy such delicacies as Rack of Lamb en Croute complemented by a vintage burgundy.
Perhaps a day of kayaking, shopping or golfing has you feeling pleasantly languid - or was it the afternoon spent relaxing with a novel that has you so serene? Either way, when you're in the mood to relax and dine in the comfort of your stateroom, Celebrity offers complimentary 24-hour in-stateroom dining. Count on the same personal service and delicious cuisine you've come to expect from Celebrity.
Select from zesty soups, fresh salads, gourmet sandwiches, pizzas and desserts on the room-service menu. Should you decide to dine-in during restaurant luncheon and dinner hours, enjoy your selection from the restaurant menu. Simply request the menus of the day from your butler or stateroom attendant.
Morning meals include Continental breakfast served, on request, in your stateroom between 6:30am and 10:00am. Full breakfast is served between 7:30am and 10:00am.
PROPER DINING ATTIRE:
A delightful break from the ordinary, dining aboard Celebrity is a true taste of luxury. Whether dining at an intimate table for two or an elaborate table for many, appropriate attire is part of the overall ambience.
Evening Dress Codes
Celebrity's evening dress codes include three types: formal, casual and informal. The daily program, delivered to your stateroom and available at the Guest Relations Desk, will be your guide to the appropriate evening attire.
Formal Night Attire
Ladies: Evening gown or fancy dress
Gentlemen: Tuxedo, dinner jacket or dark suit
Informal Night Attire
Ladies: Informal dress or pants and blouse
Gentlemen: Jacket and tie with slacks
Casual Night Attire
Ladies: Pantsuit or sporty outfit
Gentlemen: Sport shirt and slacks
Dining in jeans detracts from the overall ambience and is therefore not allowed in the main dining room after 6:00pm.
Evening dress codes apply to both main restaurant dining as well as specialty restaurant dining*.
Dining options abound aboard Celebrity. For breakfast and lunch, jeans, shorts and casual daywear are allowed in all dining venues before 6:00pm. After 6:00pm, this attire is allowed only in casual restaurants and cafes.
Formal evenings call for formal attire. Arrange for tailored, elegant formalwear to be delivered directly to your stateroom with Cruiseline Formalwear. With an elegant line of eveningwear for ladies and classic, stylish formalwear for men, you'll look as famous as you feel. To order, visit www.cruiselineformal.com
Celebrity Cruises' elegant, formal evenings include the Captain's Welcome Cocktail Party and Dinner, the Captain's Farewell Dinner, and a third or fourth "formal" night for those cruises sailing more than seven nights. Eveningwear should be planned for according to the length of your cruise. The following schedule outlines the number of formal nights you'll enjoy:
Cruise length Casual Informal Formal
4-night 2 1 1
6-night 2 1 1
7-night 3 2 2
9-night 4 2 3
10-night 5 2 3
11-night 5 3 3
12-night 6 3 3
14-night 7 4 3
*Available on Millennium class ships, Journey class ships, and Century.
Fun Factory for ages 3-11
Activities, arranged by age group, are available 9AM-10PM every day. Kids can participate in exciting games, sports, crafts, music, karaoke, treasure hunts, theme parties, movies and more.
* ShipmatesSM (Ages 3-5): Shipmates must be completely, independently toilet-trained and diaper/pull-up free. Exceptions cannot be made. Shipmates must be signed in and out of the program by an adult age 18 or over who knows the child's password.
* CadetsSM (Ages 6-8): Cadets must be signed in and out of the program by an adult age 18 or over who knows the child's password.
* EnsignsSM (Ages 9-11): Based in the Fun Factory, but frequently use other venues throughout the ship. Ensigns sign themselves in/out of programs until 10PM, unless otherwise indicated on their Parental Consent Form. After 10PM, Ensigns require an adult to sign them out.