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Celebrity chef–crafted menus, dramatic dining rooms, and exotic ingredients: cruise-ship dining is seeing a wave of improvements.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises: Le Cordon Bleu

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The Experience: Regent gets culinary advice from France’s most famous cooking school, Le Cordon Bleu, which runs the Signatures restaurants on the Voyager and Mariner; the formal and romantic spaces feature French cuisine with creative twists.

Favorite Dishes: Sevruga caviar on celeriac with foie gras rémoulade; rack of lamb with mushrooms and “melted” potato garnishes; warm chocolate tart with raspberries.

Sample Price: Weeklong Caribbean cruises from $2,495 per person, including airfare and shore excursions.

Best Cruise Ship Food

Regent Seven Seas Cruises: Le Cordon Bleu

The Experience: Regent gets culinary advice from France’s most famous cooking school, Le Cordon Bleu, which runs the Signatures restaurants on the Voyager and Mariner; the formal and romantic spaces feature French cuisine with creative twists.

Favorite Dishes: Sevruga caviar on celeriac with foie gras rémoulade; rack of lamb with mushrooms and “melted” potato garnishes; warm chocolate tart with raspberries.

Sample Price: Weeklong Caribbean cruises from $2,495 per person, including airfare and shore excursions.

Courtesy of Regent Seven Seas
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