Princess Cruises said in a release that the ship will elevate the culinary excellence at sea with new options,that include Japanese, Irish, seafood, pizza, and a range of returning favourites.
There will also be two additional venues that Princess Cruises has remained tight-lipped over since the new ship was revealed.
They include a new high-end specialty restaurant located on deck 17 overlooking the scenic wake of the ship and a mysterious experience that’s been hinted at behind an unmarked black door midship on Deck 8.
“Outstanding food and drink at exceptional value are a cornerstone of the Princess experience,” said John Padgett, President, Princess Cruises.
“Sun Princess elevates the entire portfolio of offers and wraps them in restaurants, bars and sundecks that reveal stunning views, ocean vistas and sunshine, ice and wildlife,” he added. “Our chefs will serve up vibrant flavors, pour perfectly crafted cocktails and provide personalized service that is second to none.”
The new dining options include Japanese Teppanyaki at Umai Teppanyaki, featuring captivating performance, and ‘Malley’s Irish Pub, reimagining the classic Irish pub concept with a refreshing twist, to seafood at The Catch by Rudi from award-winning chef Rudi Sodamin.
The Promenade will introduce a fresh perspective, serving up slices of Promendade Slice pizza, gourmet burgers, flavourful hot dogs, freshly baked bagels, and a tempting selection of ice cream.
Crown Grill and Sabatini’s are among the returning favourites, as well as Alfredo’s Pizzeria, the artful creations at Kai Sushi, the classic tunes at Crooners, the warm ambiance of the Wheelhouse Bar, and the engaging performances at Princess Live.
The Horizons Dining Room elevates the traditional main dining experience with stunning wake views and natural light that highlight a decorative sculpture, stretching from deck 6 to deck 8.
According to Princess, the three-deck main dining room Horizons will serve guests multi-course meals from friendly waitstaff with each level having its own personality, offering different dining experiences and ranges in levels of formality.
Breakfast options include a Smoked Salmon Omelet and Swedish Pancakes; lunch dishes include Corn Chowder with a Signature Burger, Cobb Salad, or Quinoa Salmon Poke Bowl; and dinner entrées featureLamb Leg Provençale, Sautéed Redfish Caponata, and Cauliflower Steak with tahini, couscous, and asparagus.
The ship will also offer a new level of suite accommodations, the Signature Collection, which includes access to the new Signature Restaurant (Deck 7) and Signature Lounge (Decks 15/16), while guests booked in the Reserve Collection of mini suites and cabana cabins will have access to the Reserve Collection Restaurant (Deck 7).