When the newest luxury cruise ship of Silversea, Silver Muse, debuts April 2017, she will feature 8 restaurants, many of which new to the line. Silversea says this ship will have "more dining options than any other ultra-luxury cruise ship," showcasing line's commitment to great food onboard.
Newly announced restaurants include:
- La Dame: Silversea had already revealed that Silver Muse would have a Relais & Chateux venue, a la Le Champagne on other Silversea ships, but now gives us more details. La Dame will be an upscale French restaurant, with locally sourced ingredients and unique food presentation. This is the only restaurant onboard with an additional fee; all others are included in the fare.
- Kabuki: This Japanese restaurant will have a theatrical aspect, as befits its name, with teppanyaki iron griddles used for evening meals. Sushi and sashimi are available during the day.
- Indochine: An Asian fusion restaurant.
- Silver Note: A jazz club, Silver Note serves up tapas-style dishes, while musicians play jazz and blues and passengers are invited to dance.
- For more information see the ship's deck plan review.
Previously announced dining venues include Atlantide, a European-style seafood grill that also serves steak; La Terrazza, buffet by day and Italian, Slow Food-inspired restaurant by night; Hot Rocks, an alfresco restaurant by the pool where passengers grill their own seafood and meats; and Regina Margherita, an outdoor, all-day pizzeria, also found near the pool.
Would-be passengers should note that Silver Muse will not have a main restaurant as the other Silversea ships do.
The 596-passenger, all-suite Silver Muse will debut in Monaco next year as the largest ship in the Silversea fleet. Suites are available in all sizes - the smallest veranda suite is a roomy 387 square feet - and include one- and two-bedroom versions of Owner's, Grand and Royal Suites.