Norwegian Cruise Line Debuts Ice Cream Bar Aboard Norwegian Breakaway
Written by: Cruise News
September 17, 2013.
Willing to spend $3.50 for a regular size ice cream sundae, or perhaps $12.75 for a really big one? Norwegian Cruise Line thinks you will.
The line announced today that a brand new Ice Cream Bar concept debuted on board the line’s newest ship, Norwegian Breakaway and will also be available on Norwegian Getaway upon her arrival to Miami in February 2014.
Guests can indulge in a variety of specialty sundaes, floats, shakes and other ice cream treats during their cruise.
Located inside O’Sheehan’s Pub, the ice cream bars will serve classic ice cream parlor offerings, from floats, milkshakes and malted shakes, to egg creams and a variety of spectacular ice cream sundaes.
The signature item on the menu is the Breakaway (or Getaway) Sundae. This massive sundae serves three to four guests and includes nine scoops of ice cream in up to three different flavors and is topped with “everything but the kitchen sink,” from chocolate fudge, butterscotch, and raspberry sauces to chocolate shavings, sprinkles, crumbled Oreos, sliced almonds, marshmallows, gummy bears, whipped cream and cherries.
The menu also features an assortment of classics such as Hot Fudge Sundaes, Hot Caramel Sundaes and Banana Splits.
The menu also features other sundae favorites such as classic Peach Melba, with peaches, vanilla ice cream, raspberry sauce and whipped cream; and Pear William, made with pears, vanilla ice cream, chocolate sauce and whipped cream.
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