About This Ship
The Grand Dining Room serves open seating breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Specialty restaurants require reservations, but there's no additional charge for Toscana, the Italian restaurant; Polo Grill, the steak house; the French cuisine served in Jacques, the first restaurant to bear Jacques Pépin’s name; or Red Ginger, featuring contemporary interpretations of Asian classics. Also requiring reservations are the exclusive Privée, which hosts private seven-course-menu degustation dinners for a single party of up to 10; and La Reserve, where wine and food pairings are featured. The casual buffet restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In addition, a poolside grill serves hamburgers and a variety of sandwiches and salads at lunchtime, and a pizzeria is in the buffet area. Room service is available 24 hours.
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