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optiron December 30th, 2010 11:17 PM

Chef's Table
:confused: What night is Chef's Table on Glory Eastern? I have a confirmed reservation, but no date??

Phil&Liz December 31st, 2010 04:33 PM


Originally Posted by optiron (Post 1338395)
:confused: What night is Chef's Table on Glory Eastern? I have a confirmed reservation, but no date??

Ron, next time you are on Johns blog post the comment to the beards Everett or Brett or whatever their names are. They will respond fast now that they are handling the time sensitive comments he gets.

We had talked about doing the Chefs Table with the group we have here but ther is a limit on the number of people so we couldn't all do it as a group.

optiron January 1st, 2011 04:19 PM

Phil-good idea,i'd thought of that just didn't want to add to the backlog. I made the res. last July before i'd heard of any group discussion, Thanks for the input.

Queen of Oakville January 1st, 2011 09:53 PM

What is the Chef's table?

Phil&Liz January 1st, 2011 10:44 PM


Originally Posted by Queen of Oakville (Post 1338824)
What is the Chef's table?

From Onboard with Carnival

Chef’s Table - $75 FEE (including wine and gratuity)
This unique culinary experience is now available for groups of 12 guests. It includes cocktails and hors d’ouevres as well as a personalized tour of the galley in operation, followed by a multi-course full-service dinner created by our master chefs – all hosted by the ship’s chef de cuisine. The dinner takes place in non-traditional dining venues – such as the galley, library and conference centre -- which will vary by ship. Reservations can be made onboard through the Guest Services desk and the fee is $75 per person (including wine and gratuity.)
The Chef’s Table is already available on Carnival Dream, Liberty, Pride, Ecstasy, Sensation, Imagination, Fascination and Inspiration!

Donna January 2nd, 2011 07:59 AM

Seems like a hefty price, is it worth to anyone who has eaten there?

R&S January 2nd, 2011 09:22 AM


Originally Posted by Donna (Post 1338869)
Seems like a hefty price, is it worth to anyone who has eaten there?

We have not done it yet, mainly due to the price. Maybe once we read the reviews we'll give it a try.

Queen of Oakville January 2nd, 2011 12:20 PM

That's what I was thinking .... sounds like fun, but a hefty price. We'd never get the group of 12, so it would be out of our reach! I'm trying to persuade the fam to do a family cruise next year ... and there would be 12 of us .... but I don't think people would go for it. I'll have to wait till my kids are grown, married and have three kids each, and then I can foot the bill ; )

optiron January 2nd, 2011 01:46 PM

It's a total of twelve. You can make a reservation for any number up to 12 if
there is space available. All the reviews I have read were very positive. I'll
post my opinion in mid March. :) or :(

Phil&Liz January 2nd, 2011 04:20 PM

There have been more positive than negative reviews on CT.

It is a high cost and I personally don't see the value. I'd rather spend the $$ ashore or in the casino.

briguy January 3rd, 2011 03:20 PM

I did the Chefs table in November on the Spirit. To all of you who say its not worth the price think again. The experience was outstanding to put it mildly. The food, interaction with the head chef, the service etc was far beyond what I was expecting. You get unlimited wine and champagne (which alone is worth it if youre a drinker) and the food is exquisitly presented. It blows away the steak house. Lots of time to talk with your companions and the chef and they take a nice group photo as well as giving you a signed recipe book by the chef. It was something special and if you are an avid Carnival cruiser its also nice to do something different for a change. 5 stars!!

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