The Carnival Cruise Steakhouse is a dining experience that you won’t want to miss. Take a break from the main dining room and give yourself a treat, or just try this destination restaurant. From the moment you step into the Carnival steakhouses, you’ll be greeted with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The decor is elegant, with dark wood and leather accents, and the lighting is just right to create a cozy ambiance. These Carnival Cruise Lines steakhouses are an additional charge on the Carnival Cruise Ship, but is it worth it? Have you heard the reviews? Find out everything you need to know in this Carnival Cruise Steakhouse review.
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Carnival Cruise Steakhouse Review
The steakhouse offers delicious menu items that include a four-course meal with a variety of premium cuts of beef, all cooked to perfection. Start off with a variety of appetizers of your choice to pair with an elegant wine list, which includes: Iced & Smoked Fresh Oysters, Stuffed Mushrooms, Bone Marrow & Hand-Cut Beef Tartare, Heritage Berkshire Pork Belly, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Risotto, Tuna Tartare, Maine Lobster Bisque, Baked French Onion Soup, Classic Caesar Salad, Baby Leaf Spinach & Fresh Mushrooms, or Young Lettuce.
Stuffed Mushrooms: Spinach, Four Cheese, Mushroom Tea & Parmesan Pearl
Heritage Berkshire Pork Belly: Apple & Walnut Preserves, Carrot Paper
Baked Onion Soup: Gruyere & Swiss Melt, Sour Dough Crouton
Now it’s time for the main course menu features. Whether you prefer a juicy ribeye or a tender filet mignon, you won’t be disappointed. The entree dishes include your choice of USDA Prime 14 oz New York Strip Loin Steak, USDA Prime Cowboy Steak, Australian Wagyu, Spice-Rubbed USDA Prime Ribeye, Broiled Filet Mignon, Surf & Turf, Grilled Lamb Chops, Farm Chicken, Grilled Lamb Chops, Colossal Shrimp, or Dover Sole. The side dishes are just as impressive, with options like Baked Potato with Trimmings, Sauteed Medley of Fresh Mushrooms, Garlic Rapini, Yukon Gold Mash with Wasabi Horseradish, Onion Rings, Mac N’ Cheese, and French Fries with Bourbon Smoked Paprika that complement the steak perfectly.
Spice-Rubbed USDA Prime Ribeye: Five Fifty-Five Signature 18 oz. Center Cut Ribeye
Surf & Turf: Succulent Maine Lobster Tail Paired with Tender Filet Mignon
Broiled Filet Mignon: 9 oz Tender Cut
Don’t forget to save room for dessert—the chocolate sphere is a must-try.
Apple Tarte topped with Ice Creams
The service at Carnival’s Steakhouses is top-notch, with friendly and attentive staff who are happy to make recommendations and answer any questions you may have. They truly go above and beyond to ensure that each guest has a memorable experience. Like most fancy dining destinations, the Steakhouse does enforce a strict dress code policy, including close toes shoes for the men and elegant attire for all those dining.
While the steakhouse does come with an extra charge of $48 per customer, it’s well worth it for the quality of the food and service. Plus, the intimate setting makes it a great choice for a special occasion or romantic dinner. The current review was based on the Carnival Magic onboard steakhouse, other steakhouses with similar menu items and experiences can be found on the Carnival Mardi Gras, the Carnival Breeze, the Carnival Vista, the Carnival Pride, the Carnival Celebration, the Carnival Valor and more.
Overall, I highly recommend the Carnival Cruise Steakhouse. It’s a delicious and enjoyable dining experience that shouldn’t be missed. Be sure to make reservations in advance, this can be done right on your Fun Hub app.