If you are taking a cruise on a Carnival Funship, you will now be able to order steak and lobster off of the steakhouse menu in the main dining room on every night of your cruise. However, there will be a surcharge of $20 per entree.
The program that Carnival tried out on the Carnival Liberty, Imagination, Inspiration, and Glory started to roll out to all 24 Carnival ships in late August. Passengers loved the extra dining options enough for the cruise line to make it fleet-wide.
Passengers will be able to choose from a 1 1/2 pound Maine lobster, 14 oz. New York Strip Steak, a 9 oz. filet mignon, and surf and turf. Each entree will cost $20, a savings of $15 over the steakhouse fee of $35 per person.
Carnival is not the first cruise line to add for fee entrees to main dining room menus. Royal Caribbean has successfully done this for the past few years. We would love to hear your thoughts and opinions on Carnival adding for fee items to the main dining room menus.