Azamara Club Cruises
About This Line
Expect dinner favorites to have an upscale twist, such as gulf shrimp with cognac and garlic, or a filet mignon with black truffle sauce. Azamara chefs bring a fresh approach to contemporary and lighter cuisine—a reflection of what's happening all over the United States. Even though the menus list some trendier items, there will always be classic dishes available. Prime rib and other favorites will continue to be featured on the menu.
Specialty restaurants include the Mediterranean-influenced Aqualina and the stylish steak-and-seafood restaurant Prime C. Passengers in Club suite accommodations may dine in the specialty restaurants every night of the cruise at no charge; all other passengers pay a cover charge. Reservations are offered on a space-available basis. Daily in-cabin afternoon tea service and delivery of canapés is available to all passengers.
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