Royal Caribbean to Change Cruise Dining


Royal Caribbean has decided to replace traditional dining with a new experience that they like to refer as dynamic dining. The first cruise ship that will implement dynamic dining will be Quantum of the Seas, which is to have its debut this November. According to the CEO of Royal Caribbean, Adam Goldstein, the new concept of dining not only that will shake up the dining concept in cruise ships, but also it will set new standards in the industry.

Quantum of the Seas dynamic dining will include 18 new restaurants from which 5 will be complementary and the rest will come with an additional cost. Each of the restaurants will offer distinct cuisines, tastes, and flavors to choose from.

The Complementary Dining Rooms

The new complementary restaurants are:

  • The Grande

This cuisine will honor some of the bygone era of the classic ocean liners in which every night was formal. The Grande will feature dishes such as Sole Almandine and Beef Wellington.

  • Chic

This restaurant will feature contemporary cuisine, which will be based on dishes from fresh ingredients. There the guests will be given the opportunity to taste dishes such as Mediterranean bass, veal parmesan and beef rib eye.

  • The American Icon Grill

As the names suggested there the guests will be given the opportunity to taste cuisine from the American cities. The Southern fried chicken and the New Orleans gumbo are some of the dishes that will be found on the American Icon Grill menu.

  • Silk

This restaurant will represent the PAN Asian cuisine with dishes such as sake glazed salmon and slow cooker lamb curry.

For their convenience, the guests will have an app at their disposal with which they will be able to reserve seats in any of the restaurants. The app will be compatible with both smartphones and iPads. Of course, that does not mean that the passengers will not be able to book a seat in their favorite restaurants the traditional way by phone.