PHOTO TOUR AND
Above and right: The Coral Dining Room.
Below and below right: The Palm Dining Room.
Sabatini's is the ship's extra-tariff Italian specialty restaurant. It is named after a famous restaurant in Florence,
Italy. Diners receive a sampling of each of the various appetizers and antipasto and then select their main course
and dessert. (See example of a menu)
Casual buffet meals can be had in the Horizon Court (above) and the adjacent Cafe Caribe
(below). The latter also offers informal dinners.
Above left: Prego Pizza.
Above: The Trident Grill, which
offers hamburgers and light fare.
Left: Scoops ice cream bar.
Caribbean Princess has both traditional and flexible
dining. The ship has three very similar dining rooms. Two
of these (the Coral and the Island) are dedicated to the
flexible dining program known as "Anytime Dining". The
third dining room the Island (above right and below right) is
the traditional dining room.
There are two seatings for dinner in the Palm. Guests have
an assigned seating and a reserved table. The same waiters
serve the table each night.
Guests can come to the two Anytime dining rooms when they
wish and have no assigned table. However, as at a
shoreside restaurant, they may have to wait for a table if
they arrive at a peak time.
For breakfast and lunch, only the Coral dining room is open
and it follows an opening seating system.
The Island and the Coral are located off of the atrium one on
top of the other. The Palm is located at the stern of the
ship. All three restaurants are served from the same galley
and use the same menus (See example of a menu).
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The Crown Grill is a sophisticated
extra-tariff steakhouse restaurant.
(See example of a menu). The decor
recalls New York with large photos of
areas of the City.
Another addition from the 2009
refit is the International Cafe.
Open throughout the day, it offers
specialty coffees, pastries and other