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Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), the world’s leading cruise line, today released more information about its enhanced food and beverage services for its next Prima Class ships, Norwegian Prima and Norwegian Viva. With the premiere of nine new dining and beverage locations, including Metropolitan Bar, the Brand’s first sustainably-focused bar, the first two of six vessels in this cutting-edge class will push the boundaries of traditional cruise cuisine.
In addition, the Cruise Line announced the launch of its first three-level atrium, the Penrose Atrium, as well as major F&B updates, including the launch of its revamped main dining menu, which will debut on Norwegian Prima, as well as enhancements to Norwegian’s guest-favorite culinary staples, Le Bistro, and Le Brasserie. NCL’s prized Observation Lounge, as well as Cagney’s Steakhouse and Food Republic.
The seven new dining locations onboard Norwegian Prima and Norwegian Viva, designed to take passengers on a worldwide culinary voyage, will take first-time and returning guests on an epicurean adventure offering delectable fare paired with beautifully crafted design. Palomar, a new Mediterranean seafood speciality restaurant set in a pleasant ambiance that makes its debut on Norwegian Prima, serves high-end Mediterranean cuisine crafted with basic yet complex ingredients.
The new enhanced take on the classic “hibachi-style” from Hasuki the Brand will include an intimate area with design features that welcome guests into the artisanship of Japanese influence through minimalist decor, handcrafted pottery, and prominent Japanese artwork. Nama, NCL’s new modern sushi restaurant, will provide enhanced sushi dishes produced by professional chefs who will create luxury sushi and sashimi masterpieces. The restaurant’s menu items are reflected in the fanciful Japanese backdrop, which includes a marble sushi bar that reflects the marbling in the high-quality sashimi and subtle orange ambient lighting that reflects the hue of masago (fish roe).
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