Dining has been a real focus in the design of Silver Moon and Dawn, with an impressive eight restaurants to choose from, whilst retaining the easy open seating style that has always been so popular. The new S.A.L.T. (Sea and Land Taste) programme is particularly exciting, which aims to immerse guests in the culinary traditions of each region.
The S.A.L.T. Kitchen will serve an ever-changing menu of
locally-inspired dishes, using fresh ingredients sourced by the
chefs from markets and suppliers during the course of your cruise.
You will also be able to roll up your sleeves for a true hands-on
cookery experience in the S.A.L.T. Lab test kitchen.
An elegant bar and grill seating 230 guests for dinner with a
menu of exquisite seafood and mouth-watering steaks.
This is a popular choice on the existing fleet, open throughout
the day and offering interactive food stations including a
mozzarella bar, a seafood station and salumeria as well as an à la
Offering casual dining by the pool during the day, this venue is
transformed in the evening to a wonderful al fresco restaurant that
offers you the chance to cook your meal to your liking at your
table on a volcanic lava stone.
At this intimate and quintessentially Parisian venue, fine wines
are complemented by a bespoke menu embodying the gastronomic
traditions of France. Demand is high and a small charge
Open for lunch and dinner, Kaiseki will offer superb Japanese
cuisine with balanced menus of sushi, sashimi and other raw
Asian-inspired dishes during the day, and theatrical teppenyaki in
the evening, when a small charge applies.
With relaxed all day dining, this poolside venue will be the
place to go for a casual atmosphere and authentic Italian
Open in the evening only, here you can enjoy small tapas-style
dishes while a jazz and blues band plays.