Royal Caribbean International’s Specialty Restaurants

Royal Caribbean International 

Chops Grille

Royal Caribbean’s popular signature steakhouse, featuring grade-A premium cuts of steak cooked to your specifications, plus fresh seafood, hearty side dishes and signature desserts in an upscale, contemporary setting. Available on 13 ships. Dinner, $30 per person.


From the first bite of antipasto to the last spoonful of tiramisu, the elegant dining atmosphere at Portofino makes for an evening to remember. Sample the chef’s latest Italian creation, or have one of your favorites prepared the classic way. On Freedom, Voyager, and select Radiance-class ships. Dinner, $20 per person.

Giovanni’s Table

A casual Italian trattoria with indoor and al fresco seating, Giovanni’s Table offers rustic dishes with a contemporary flair, including toasted herb foccacia, pastas, braised meat dishes and stews, served family-style. On Radiance of the Seas® and Oasis-class ships. Lunch $15, Dinner $20 per person.


The traditional Asian dishes at Izumi will impress you with pure, delicate flavors, freshness of ingredients and impeccable presentation. Choose from sushi rolls, sashimi, hot rock (ishi-yaki) plates, and more. On Radiance of the Seas®, Splendour of the Seas®, and Oasis-class ships. Menu items charged individually. A dining fee of $3 for lunch or $5 for dinner is also charged, which includes gratuities.

Chef’s Table

A once-in-a-lifetime culinary experience – join up to 14 guests in an exclusive enclave to savor a five-course, gourmet menu specially prepared and presented by the Chef de Cuisine. Every course pairs with a wine chosen to enhance your enjoyment of the dish. On Radiance of the Seas®, Splendour of the Seas® and Oasis-class ships. The menu, wine selections and price vary from ship to ship and itinerary.

150 Central Park

Only onboard Oasis-class ships, 150 Central Park serves up an intimate five-course experience of leading-edge cuisine in a modern setting. Enjoy seasonally, locally-sourced menus developed by James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Schwartz and Molly Brandt, winner of the Allure of the Seas® Culinary Challenge. Dinner, $40 per person.

Samba Grill Brazilian Steakhouse

A churrascaria with personality and flare, featuring a variety of meats and seafoods carved tableside straight from the skewer, plus a wide selection of soups, salads and appetizers at the buffet. On Allure of the Seas® and Radiance of the Seas®. Dinner, $30 per person.

Rita’s Cantina

Dive into a fiesta of flavor at Rita’s, serving scrumptious Mexican fare along with the widest selection of margaritas at sea. Caters to families by day and grown ups by night, with live guitar music and dancing. On Allure of the Seas® and Radiance of the Seas®. Menu items charged individually. A dining fee of $3 for lunch or dinner is also charged, which includes gratuities.

Mystery Dinner Theater

A professional cast hosts an evening of theater packed with mystery, intrigue and lots of laughs. Solve the crime in Portofino, our gourmet Italian specialty restaurant, over an exquisite multi-course dinner paired with fine wine. An exclusive event onboard select ships; sailings vary. Limited space, reserve early.

Vini D’Italia

Experience a four-course seasonal menu designed to perfectly complement the flavor profiles of wine from the Frescobaldi family vineyards, a leading Italian producer for centuries. An enlightening and flavorful evening at Portofino, our Italian specialty restaurant. On Freedom-, Liberty- and Radiance-class ships; sailings vary. Limited space, so reserve early.

Chops Grille California Vineyards

In our signature steakhouse, savor five incredible courses paired with wine from one of California’s most iconic wineries, the Wagner family vineyards, renowned for fine pinot noir and chardonnay and revered for their Caymus cabernet. From smoked duck salad to the crème brulee, learn how each wine was selected to enhance your enjoyment of the dish. On select ships and sailings.

Johnny Rockets

Get the family together for good old-fashioned hamburgers and fries at Johnny Rockets—complete with authentic 1950s décor, a menu filled with all-American favorites and a jukebox at every table. On Oasis-, Freedom-, and Voyager-class ships, and Majesty of the Seas®. Lunch or dinner, $4.95 per person.


Allure of the Seas® is home to the world’s first Starbucks at sea, a Royal Caribbean exclusive. Whether it’s a decadent Caramel Macchiato, a refreshing Frappuccino® Blended Beverage, or a tempting pastry, guests can enjoy all their favorite Starbucks treats right onboard. Also available on Oasis of the Seas®. A la carte pricing.

Solarium Bistro

On Oasis of the Seas®, let the starlit ocean sky set the mood after dark, when the Solarium pool transforms into a fine dining destination. Explore a menu of inspired, sumptuous dishes that embrace healthful living through healthy eating. Dinner, $20 per person.

Seafood Shack

Dive right in to a hearty, seafaring meal on Oasis of the Seas®‘ Boardwalk – start with appetizers like crab cakes, coconut shrimp or sweet potato fries, then dig into fish and chips or the fresh-off-the-hook catch of the day. A la carte pricing.

Cupcake Cupboard

Sprinkle some sweetness into your cruise at this adorable 1940s-style shop featuring fresh-baked gourmet cupcakes, plus private decorating parties and cupcake design classes. On Freedom of the Seas®, Liberty of the Seas®, and Oasis-class ships. A la carte pricing.

Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream

Vermont’s Finest Ice Cream hits the high seas. Grab scoops served up with a smile, or indulge in a sundae, shake or smoothie. A la carte pricing.

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