Review of Silver Moon deck 4 (Restaurants-Cabins)
Infirmary/Medical Center (located on Deck 3) is the ship’s hospital operated by resident doctors and nurses on 24-hour duty. Payments are made by the boarding pass (treatments are equivalent to a private doctor’s visit). General health insurance policies do not apply, so buying cruise health insurance is recommended.
"Atlantide" (steakhouse restaurant, bar & seafood grill) is starboard-located, reservations-only dining venue with a menu featuring designer seafood dishes, gourmet fish specialties (such as royal crab, blue lobster, red snapper) and prime steaks. Food is price-inclusive, as well as all beverages (wines, spirits, bottled water, specialty coffees, juices, soft drinks). At extra cost are available select alcohol (champagnes, spirits) and premium wines (a la carte menu pricing).
“Indochine” (portside) is the ship’s open-seating dining room restaurant with its own full-service bar. The multi-course gourmet dinner features mostly Asian fusion and also Mediterranean-themed meals, plus an always available standard menu and a daily specials list. All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) are waiter-served and a la carte. Dinner reservations are not required (anytime dining between 7-9:30 pm). Some of the dinner menu items are influenced by the current cruise itinerary (ports of call and destination).
"Kabuki" is an Asian (Japanese-cuisine) specialty restaurant (at surcharge US$40 PP). Dinner reservations are required. Teppanyaki food (prepared on iron griddles) is offered only in the evenings. During the day, Kabuki offers a-la-carte menu with sushi, sashimi and other raw seafood dishes.
"La Dame" (aka “MaDame” / named “Le Champagne” on other Silversea ships) is a small-capacity, French-cuisine restaurant via the line’s partnership with Relais & Chateaux. The “Relais & Chateaux” chain of individually owned gourmet restaurants, boutique hotels, luxury resorts and villas. The Grande Dame is an upscale, dinner-only restaurant at surcharge PP (nominal fee applies) with highly personalized, white-glove service. This is the only restaurant on the ship with an additional fee. Reservations are required. Excluding some premium champagnes, wines and spirits, all other drinks are complimentary. Most food ingredients are locally sourced, and the dining experience includes unique food presentations.
Silversea's new restaurant SALT Kitchen debuted on Silver Moon and is available on all the following newbuild fleetmates. Standing for "Sea And Land Taste", Silversea's SALT culinary program was launched in 2019. At the dinner-only restaurant SALT Kitchen, passengers can enjoy cruise itinerary-based (regions and ports) food specialties. The menu is rotating and changes daily. The venue comprises SALT Kitchen (restaurant), SALT Bar (beverages) and SALT Lab (test kitchen for cooking classes led by the ship's chefs as well as by celebrity chefs and authors). Silversea also offers SALT-themed shore excursions/land tours in most destinations.
Cruise cabins from 405 to 417, all of which are Classic Veranda. Here are also the ship’s all three wheelchair-accessible staterooms (for disabled passengers) located starboard near the lifts.
Laundrette is a self-serve laundry facility.