Foodies know that the culinary experience of a destination can make or break a holiday and a cruise is no different.
Romanian-born executive chef, Marius Gitlan, heads up the culinary team responsible for the 10 dining rooms aboard the glamorous Celebrity Solstice, which heads back to our shores again in October this year. He’s very switched on when it comes to delighting the tastebuds of Aussie travellers. So if you’re considering a cruise next summer and food is high on your list of holiday requisites, check out these great dining options onboard…
Lovers of Asian food will adore Silk Harvest which offers authentic Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine with a range of dishes that will keep you coming back time and again.
For a modern food ethic, try the Grand Epernay – the menu features a wide variety of modern cuisine created by James Beard Award-nominated chef Jacques Van Staden. The restaurant is also famous for its two-storey glass wine tower – a spectacular structure storing over 1,800 bottles of wine at the perfect serving temperature.
For fine dining you will love the elegance and intimacy of Murano, where the personalised service includes waiters who prepare and serve classic French dishes like Chateaubriand at your table.
Italian food is ever-popular and that’s also taken care of onboard at the very rustic Tuscan Grille which just happens to enjoy the best dining views on the ship! Add the eclectic Luminae Restaurant where Suite Class guests have free reign with a cutting edge, globally-inspired menu which includes luxe dishes like Maine lobster tagliatelle and you have a global cuisine any foodie would enjoy.
You might be on a ship but with this assortment of dining options, you could well be in any popular culinary destination in the world!
For more information about the Celebrity Cruises leaving Australia and other ports, or to book a cruise, visit their website, call 1800 754 500 or contact your travel agent.