Seven Seas Mariner Review
About This Ship
Three restaurants function on an open seating basis with no dining assignments. In addition to Compass Rose, the main dining room, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, evening choices include the French restaurant Signatures (reservations required); Prime 7, offering a classic steak-house menu (reservations required); and La Veranda, the daytime buffet for breakfast and lunch that's converted to an evening bistro serving Mediterranean cuisine. Wines are chosen to complement each night’s menu, and there is no charge for any specialty dining. At least once during each cruise, dinner is served alfresco on the pool deck. In addition to the buffet, a choice for casual lunch and snacks is the poolside grill. Afternoon tea is served daily, and room service is available 24 hours. Dinner can be ordered from the main dining room menu during restaurant hours and served en suite, course by course.
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