Crystal Cruises Specialty Dining
The following dining options are offered at a surcharge. For dining options that are included with your cruise fare click here.
Crystal specialty restaurants provide an opportunity for guests to enjoy a variety of culinary experiences. In order to ensure that each guest has a chance to dine at Prego, Silk Road and the Sushi Bar at least once during their voyage, a maximum of one reservation per specialty restaurant will be confirmed per booking via our Guest Check-in/Priority Check-in and Planning Center (PCPC). All additional reservations or visits (i.e. walk-in dining) will be confirmed on board on a space available basis for a nominal fee of $30 per person, per dining experience.
Silk Road: This intimate Asian-styled venue boasts menus showcasing Nobu’s world-famous Japanese-Peruvian cuisine and is offered complimentary with reservations.
The Sushi Bar: With its serene colors and fine lines evoking all the style and authenticity of a traditional Japanese sushi bar, this complimentary, reservations-required venue offers seating “at the bar” as well as at stand-alone tables.
Prego: Charming and romantic, Prego brings the flavors of Italy and the Mediterranean to Crystal Symphony and Crystal Serenity. Savor a seasonally changing menu of regional favorites and impeccable tableside service. Reservations are required for this complimentary evening dining experience.
Ultimate Vintage Room Dinners: Created for the true oenophile, these one-of-a-kind luxury winemakers’ dinners feature some of the rarest wines in the world; one such event showcased a nearly impossible-to-get 1959 Chateau Lafite-Rothschild and a 1996 Screaming Eagle from Napa Valley. Crystal’s Ultimate Vintage Room Dinners are one-of-a-kind culinary experiences featuring some of the rarest wines in the world. Offered a few times each year on both Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony, depending on the wines selected the exceptional dinners are priced at an estimated $1,000 per person. The first Ultimate Vintage Room Dinner was an eight-course French meal prepared by Master Chef André Soltner, former chef/owner of world-famous Lutèce, paired with, among others, a nearly impossible-to-get 1959 Ch—teau Lafite–Rothschild, Pauillac, Bordeaux and a Screaming Eagle 1996 from Napa Valley, considered its dream year.