MSC Euribia is bringing a fine dining offering to the seas, from steakhouses to sushi.
The ship will offer ten dining venues, including five specialty restaurants and five main dining spots, as well as 21 bars and lounges. Among these, new concepts to the fleet include:
- The immersive and digital Helios Wine Bar where guests are seated at multi-touch tables activated by digital coasters, diving into the history, grape varieties, wine-making regions and more.
- Le Grill, a new speciality restaurant centred around shared dishes, such as seafood platters, caviar and chargrilled aged and dry aged Black Angus beef from Meat by Linz.
- Kaito Teppanyaki & Sushi Bar is a mainstay speciality restaurant on MSC Cruises’ ships, offering the flavours of the Far East and featuring two teppanyaki grills. On MSC Euribia, for the first time in the fleet, Kaito will also offer a Robatayaki space featuring the Japanese barbecue-like method of cooking combining seafood, meats and vegetables, cooked at varying speeds.
- The 1,336-seat Marketplace buffet, offering a variety of delicacies from around the world, including pizza served late and mozzarella homemade directly on board.
- Main dining restaurants Colorado River, Green Orchid and Il Campo, as well as sister restaurants, Aurora Boreale and Aurora Borealis, offering complimentary meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- Jean-Philippe Maury Chocolat & Café offers 40 kinds of chocolate products and biscuits, while the adjacent Crêpes & Gelato includes 17 flavours of ice cream and sorbet and 10 types of signature crêpes.
The ship will also offer 21 bars and lounges, including five outdoor and 16 indoor, with a range of specialties, from the Champagne Bar to the adults-only Sky Lounge.