If you're cruising the Quantum of the Seas (I wish....) you would be aware of Royal Caribbean's unveiling of Dynamic Dining. So what is it?
It's a new way of dining. Instead of a main dining room and the standard fixed times of 6pm and 8pm, you will be given the option of five complementary dining rooms. That's free to you and me. However, there are 18 amazing food venues across the ship. They come with whimsical names like Wonderland, Silk, Chic, Chef's Table and more. Even those cruising in suites have their own restaurant, Coastal Kitchen. RCCL's website describes it as " Coastal
Kitchen fuses Mediterranean influences with the unmatched riches of
California’s bountiful farmlands. This is a destination that exudes pure
Not all venues are free, many have a charge to eat at a specialty restaurant like Chops Grille which has been a favorite among cruisers for ten years.
With the changes of Dynamic Dining, there is a much more casual approach to dressing. You're welcome. There is one exception and it's called The Grande. The Grande is formal wear all the time. It's a nod to bygone times of cruising when one dressed for dinner. Somehow I'm typing in an Enlish accent. That's what it reminds me of.
What would be amazing dining without celebrity chefs? Jamie Oliver, Michael Schwartz, Devin Alexander, and Cornelius Gallagher. I know!
Quantum of the Seas will be the debut ship to offer this but the Oasis class, Allure of the Seas, will be next. Will it be fleet-wide? There's a good chance.
Reservations are a must - and you can reserve restaurants through the Royal Caribbean website at www.rccl.com.
Check it out and see what you think.
Happy Sailing, Mary