The Chef's Art Supper Club (Steakhouse) and The Chef's Table onboard the Carnival Dream

The Chef's Art Supper Club:

The Carnival Dream's Chef's Art Supper Club is Highly Recommended by CruiseAdvice.org

 

CCL_Food_steak6On the Dream's Spa Deck, The Chef's Art Supper Club is classically swank yet intimate. Prepare to be pampered! Your menu selections include USDA prime aged porterhouse up to 24 oz., NY strip, filet mignon cuts, prime rib, lamb chops, veal chops, chicken, seafood, and lobster. Your wine list at the Chef's Art Supper Club is the best you will find on your cruise. Reservations are required and there is a 35 dollar per diner charge.

Chef's Table:

Designed for those of us who truly delight in the culinary arts, Chef's Table offers you and 11 fellow gourmands a cocktail reception, a tour of the galley kitchen, and a multiple entrees that will make you feel as though you have entered epicurean heaven. Your meal will be prepared by one of the Carnival Master Chefs! This dining adventure can cost up to $95 per person, and the experience lasts up to three hours! Locations for the meal do vary. Booking reservations well in advance is HIGHLY important for the Chef's Table!

Tips for Carnival Dream's Supper Club and The Chef's Table:

  • sample menu for The Chef's Art Supper Club is available at our Carnival Cruise Menu guide.
  • The Chef's Art Supper Club is open for dinner only from 6:00pm to 9:30pm.
  • Reservations are a must! We strongly suggest that you book your reservations when you complete your online check-in process before leaving for your cruise whenever possible.  Should you make reservations when you arrive on ship, it's suggested you do so promptly.
  • No children under five, please.
  • Gentlemen are required to wear jackets, and while formal dress is expected for dinner in the main dining rooms, you'll feel most comfortable at the supper club in elegant attire.
  • There is no smoking in The Chef's Art Supper Club.
  • The 35 dollar fee per diner does include gratuity.
  • How much should I tip at The Chef's Art Supper Club on Carnival Dream? First, bear in mind that all alcoholic beverages that you pay for will have a gratuity added. The cover charge does include gratuity, however, you may wish to consider giving an extra gratuity to the waiter or waitress who has served you. An appropriate amount is to estimate the value of the meal you ordered if you ordered it on land and tip 15-20% based on that cost. If you feel that the value of the meal was $50 were you to order it in a land-based restaurant, you should tip $7.50-$10. It is certainly your discretion not to tip, but, the waiters serving you are some of the best on the ship and should be rewarded if they provided you with an exceptional dining experience.
  • Specialty drinks, beer, wine, and soft drinks can be purchased from the current bar menu.
  • Again, for The Chef's Table, booking your reservations early on is extremely important due to the popularity of this option and the fact that seating is quite limited!
 

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