Norwegian Cruise Line Adds Complimentary Asian Dining Venues Fleetwide
Written by: Cruise News
April 13, 2015 – Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that many of the line’s popular Asian dining venues can now be enjoyed on a complimentary basis across the fleet. Guest favorites like Shanghai’s Noodle Bar aboard Norwegian’s Breakaway Class ships and Norwegian Epic, Jasmine Garden aboard Norwegian Jade, Chin Chin aboard Norwegian Jewel and more will join the extensive list of complimentary dining venues available to Freestyle cruising guests.
As a part of the Norwegian NEXT program, Norwegian Cruise Line is investing significantly into enhancing guests’ dining experience onboard and offering even more culinary options to provide the best cruise vacation experience. As a part of these new initiatives, the cover charge and à la carte pricing for many Asian dining concepts across the fleet has been eliminated to further enhance guest satisfaction and provide guests more freedom to create their ideal cruise vacation.
“Norwegian’s Freestyle Dining is the most fun and flexible way for guests to enjoy some of the best dining experiences at sea, when they want and how they want,” said Andy Stuart, president and chief operating officer of Norwegian Cruise Line. “We are thrilled to continue that legacy by providing guests with more of the food they have come to love and enjoy with the introduction of fleetwide complimentary Asian cuisine.”
Guests cruising aboard Norwegian’s Freestyle Cruising ships can indulge in favorites like fried rice, spicy seafood udon noodles, steamed pork dumplings and more free of charge at the following venues:
· Orchid Garden, Norwegian Gem
· East Meets West, Pride of America
· Lotus Garden, Norwegian Pearl
· Shogun, Norwegian Spirit
· Chin Chin, Norwegian Jewel
· Bamboo, Norwegian Dawn
· Jasmine Garden, Norwegian Jade
· Ginza, Norwegian Star
· Shanghai’s, Norwegian Epic
· Shangai’s Noodle Bar, Norwegian Epic
· Shanghai’s Noodle Bar, Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway
Norwegian’s popular Teppanyaki restaurants will continue to provide guests with the showmanship and culinary delights of Japanese iron-griddle cooking for a per guest cover charge, and Sushi venues across the fleet will retain nominal à la carte pricing.