Manfredi’s: This Italian restaurant blows the competition away, with Florentine steaks, house-made pastas (including a rich lasagna), and show-stopping desserts, such as ricotta cheesecake and pistachio cake.
Mamsen’s: Think of this as the most personal restaurant on any ship at sea. It serves the recipes of the CEO’s mother, with waffles (topped with traditional brown cheese or with sour cream and jam) at breakfast and smørrebrød sandwiches with pea soup at lunch. During the afternoon, you can choose from gorgeous cakes to sample with your tea.
Afternoon Tea: The lovely afternoon tea on these ships takes place in the glass-topped Wintergarden space, one of the prettiest areas of the ship. There, you'll find live music, pots of tea, and tiered trays of finger sandwiches and sweets, as well as warm scones with clotted cream and jam.
The Chef's Table: This restaurant is a unique concept in cruising: Every three days, the menu changes to celebrate a different world cuisine. Fortunately, they all seem to earn stellar reviews, from the Finnish meal to the Chinese one, complete with handmade dumplings.
Modern Cabins: It's the details that stand out in these elegantly designed cabins, from the heated floors in the bathrooms to the bookmarks offered on your end table if you leave a book there, and plenty of bedside USB ports in which to charge your phones and tablets.
Itineraries Are Extending Beyond Europe: At first, this line only sailed in the Baltic and Mediterranean regions, but now you can sail in North and South America as well, including a variety of Caribbean sailing options.