The Nutcracker, Copelia, and Swan Lake Dining Rooms
|Pirouettes and Canapés|
The movement of food from the galleys to your table is as smooth and graceful as a ballet. What’s more, each level has its own kitchen, so your food doesn’t have far to travel – practically a guarantee that the hot soup will be hot and the cold soup will be cold. Royal Caribbean designed this three-tiered dining room to combine the attentive service of a small restaurant, with the community feeling of a large banquet hall.
Keep in mind that even with three galleys, there are over 3,000 fellow passengers on board your ship. Meals in the main dining rooms will not be a five-star gourmet extravaganza. But the menu is tasty, varied, and well served; the dining rooms are elegant but never stuffy; and the overall dining experience is in line with the better restaurants in your home town (except there are no prices on the menus!)
|Eat and Run|
Royal Caribbean attracts plenty of active, on-the-move cruisers who are usually too busy rock climbing, ice skating, or inline skating to linger over every meal. If you’re one of them, then the Windjammer is your mainstay. Buffet-style breakfasts, lunches and snacks are served so you can eat when you want without interrupting a busy schedule. In the evenings, the Windjammer morphs into a casual alternative restaurant.
|A taste of the old country|
Choice is the favorite word in today’s cruise industry, especially when you’re talking about dining. Accordingly, the Navigator offers plenty of dining options including this Italian themed restaurant. And Portofino is an excellent choice, because Italian cuisine is perfect for lingering over with your date, your family, or your friends for the other dinner seating. Meals are reservations-only (make yours as soon as you get on board), and require an additional $20 fee.
|Lick your chops|
This steakhouse was so popular on the Radiance-class ships that Royal Caribbean decided to include one on the Navigator. An open kitchen allows you to select your cuts of meat, and then watch as the chefs cook them to your liking. Be sure to try the clam chowder, it’s a favorite even in the warm Caribbean climate. Meals are reservations-only (make yours as soon as you get on board), and require an additional $20 fee.
|The all-American diner|
It’s amazing how fast kids can move burgers, fries, grilled cheese sandwiches, hot dogs, and milkshakes from plate to palate. You and Royal Caribbean know this. That’s why Johnny Rockets is onboard the Navigator. And that’s why the popular 50’s-style diner, complete with red vinyl booths, Formica tables, and a jukebox is strategically placed next to Adventure Beach and the Fuel Teen Disco.
|Watch the world pass by|
Sitting on the Promenade, enjoying a snack, and gazing at the pace of cruise life all around you – there’s no better way to spend those late afternoons onboard the Navigator. The Royal Promenade is a big part of what makes this ship so special, and you won’t regret time spent at a “sidewalk” table, watching your fellow cruisers watching you. Hey look, there’s a guy wearing the same T-shirt I’ve got on and over there’s a kid done up with a painted face from Club Ocean. Whoa…and check out this crazy Krooze Komics character coming along!
|Ice cream, your way|
This self-serve ice cream bar (complete with all the fixings) might be just what you’re looking for after a trip around the in-line track, or a few laps in the pool.
“Honey…let’s dine on the balcony tonight.”
Chops Grille Menu
Appetizers, Soups, Salads