Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are available in five restaurants, The Local Bar & Grill, Hudson’s, Indulge Food Hall, Surfside Cafe and Grill, and The Commodore Room. The Haven Restaurant, which is only accessible for Haven Suite members, is also considered a main dining restaurant for those staying in the room category.
Indulge Food Hall is the cruise line’s first open-air food market with made-to-order options available across 11 different regional cuisines, including Indian and barbecue.
Breakfast is served buffet style in Surfside Cafe and Grill with options like fresh fruit, cheeses, baked goods, multiple egg options, and breakfast meats. Made-to-order options are available in Indulge Food Hall, The Local Bar & Grill, Hudson’s, and The Haven. Lunch is available buffet style in the Surfside Cafe and Grill though a la carte options can be ordered at Hudson’s, The Commodore Room, and the Local Bar & Grill. Menu options vary from lunch to dinner and include choices like sandwiches, salads, soups, and burgers. Each evening, the menu at the main dining restaurants is the same at every venue for each meal, with the exception of Indulge Food Hall and The Local Bar & Grill.
Buffet items change daily but guests can expect a pasta and pizza station, tacos, and a salad bar. In addition, The Local Bar & Grill and room service are available 24 hours a day with different menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night bites.
There are also eight specialty restaurants onboard: Cagney’s Steakhouse, Food Republic, featuring a creative fusion menu, Hasuki, a hibachi restaurant, Le Bistro, Norwegian’s signature French restaurant, Los Lobos, a Mexican restaurant with classic dishes, Nama Sushi & Sashimi, and Onda by Scarpetta, an Italian spot, in addition to Palomar, Norwegian’s first ever Mediterranean restaurant.
Dietary restrictions are accommodated at each meal as long as you inform the restaurant in advance. The main dining options are included in the cruise fare; however, speciality dining is an additional charge.
Prima has 13 different bars with unique themes and cocktails available at each. The Metropolitan Bar serves craft cocktails, many of them made with syrups derived from day-old croissants, used coffee grounds, or leftover watermelon rinds in a nod to sustainability and a commitment to reduce waste.
Prima Speedway is another place to grab a drink after taking to the three-level Go Kart track, and both Whiskey Bar and Penrose Bar are fine places to enjoy an aperitif or a nightcap, depending.
Alcoholic beverages cost about $15, but drink packages may be more economical. The Unlimited Open Bar Package is priced at $109 per day and includes select premium drinks, soft drinks, juices, and unlimited water bottles, or the Premium Plus Beverage Package. At $138 per day, it includes top-shelf spirits and Starbucks coffee.