Norwegian Epic Review
About This Ship
Two main dining rooms serve open seating breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Specialty restaurants, including Norwegian's signature French restaurant Le Bistro, Cagney’s Steakhouse, a Chinese restaurant, sushi bar, teppanyaki room, a South American churrascaria, and an Italian trattoria–style (reservations, cover charge for all). Screens located throughout the ship display wait times for tables. Casual choices are the Lido buffet for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; O’Sheehan’s Pub for soup, sandwiches, and snacks; and the poolside grill for lunch. The Atrium Bar serves specialty coffees for an additional charge. While the 24-hour room-service menu is somewhat limited, made-to-order pizza will be delivered to you anywhere on the ship for a fee.
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