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The 7 Best Places to Eat on Royal Caribbean Ships

by Fran Golden | January 30, 2017

1. 150 Central Park

Where to Find It: Oasis-class ships

This spot may tie for the most expensive restaurant in the fleet, but it’s also the place you're most likely to be talking about when you get home. James Beard Award-winning Miami-based Chef Michael Schwartz created the menu, which focuses on artisanal ingredients. Located in the lovely Central Park part of the ship, the restaurant is small and romantic with lots of tables for two, the perfect place for a date night.

What to Order: We loved the lobster gnocchi with duck confit, and the tuna tartare and 18-ounce tenderloin (both of which are prepared tableside). Don’t have a sweet tooth? Go for the impressive cheese cart.

Cost: $45 per person

Fran Golden

Fran Golden is a Cleveland-based contributor to ShermansCruise who also writes for USA Today.

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