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Once-in-a-while something comes along that re-invents dining and you just have to see it to believe it. Experience the fusion of entertainment and cuisine. We’ve brought the table top to life in a fantastic fusion of entertainment and dining.
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The world-renown artists of Skullmapping have reached a true pinnacle of their custom 3D table animation art form. This dining experience is beautifully choreographed with an elegant menu created by our Michelin Star Chef.
Le Petit Chef offered on Celebrity Cruises® is simply one of the most unique dining events in the world.
Our crew of chefs continually raise the bar for culinary experiences, both at sea and beyond.
Experience the fusion of entertainment and cuisine.
Voilà! Savor a culinary journey filled with the delicious element of surprise.
All menus are subject to change
SPARKLING WINE, CELEBRITY VINTAGES, BRUT FR
ROSE, LE BEL OLIVIER FR
RIESLING KABINETT, J & H SELBACH, ‘KINGFISH’ DE
PINOT GRIGIO, CORTE GIARA IT
CHARDONNAY, THE SEEKER CA
CHARDONNAY, OPULENCE BY CELEBRITY CRUISES & GRGICH HILLS CA
SAUVIGNON BLANC, VILLA MARIA, ‘PRIVATE BIN’ NZ
CABERNET SAUVIGNON, CHÂTEAU SOUVERAIN CA
CABERNET SAUVIGNON, ELEGANCE BY CELEBRITY CRUISES & JACKSON FAMILY WINES CA
PINOT NOIR, CASTLE ROCK, ‘CALIFORNIA CUVEE’ CA
SHIRAZ, GRANT BURGE, ‘5TH GENERATION’ AU
MALBEC, ALTA VISTA, ESTATE AR
TEMPRANILLO, TORRES ‘IBERICOS’ ES
Cuba is the birthplace of the Mojito, although the exact origin of this classic cocktail is the subject of much debate. The story of the Mojito traces back to a 16th century drink, the “El Draque” in honor of Sir FrancIs Drake.
This lost and forgotten cocktail was recently revived from its original recipe found in Hugo Ensslin’s book Recipes for Mixed Drinks produced in 1917.
Vodka was virtually unknown in the US, until well after Prohibition. In the late 1930’s a Russian expat named Rudolph Kunett was making about 20 cases a day in Bethel, Connecticut, and not making his rent. Come 1939, he was nearly broke and sold the brand, called Smirnoff, to John Martin, the head of G.F. Heublein & Bros.
LE MENU EXTRAORDINAIRE
Shellfish, Tomato, Lemon, Herbs
ROASTED HALF LOBSTER
Broccoli, Potatoes, Bordelaise Sauce
VANILLA ICE CREAM SUNDAE
Fudge Sauce, Whipped Cream
THE OTHER MENU
FRENCH ONION SOUP
Melted Gruyère Cheese
PAN ROASTED SEA BASS
Lightly Grilled Baby Vegetables
SAUTÉED CHICKEN BREAST
Garlic Mashed Potatoes