MSC Seashore will offer five specialty restaurants that will compliment the four main dining rooms. The cruise ship will feature new restaurant concepts with more outdoor dining than ever before.
All of the specialty restaurants will be located on Deck 8 in the cruise ship’s Chef’s Court.
Kaito Sushi Bar with NEW conveyor belt – For the first time in the fleet, the hugely popular Kaito sushi bar will include a sushi conveyor belt for guests to select dishes from a moving conveyor belt, with fresh sushi, sashimi, tempura and more. This popular venue offers deliciously authentic Asian cuisine prepared in front of guests with the highest quality ingredients.
Butcher’s Cut with NEW alfresco dining area – This signature American-style steakhouse serves select Linz heritage angus beef, gold standard in high-end angus beef thanks to the best genetics in breed.
The menu includes a range of prime cuts for all appetites, paired with their favorite New World wines or cocktails. The new al fresco dining area allows guests the full MSC Seashore experience, with fresh air and sea views.
HOLA! Tacos & Cantina – The first in the Seaside generation and the second in the fleet, HOLA Tacos & Cantina will feature the Latin American and Mexican-inspired cuisine in family style dining. Guests can enjoy a number of street food specialties and choose from an extensive list of tequilas and mescals, all combined in a fun, interactive setting.
Ocean Cay – This chic seafood restaurant will serve Mediterranean-style fish and seafood dishes made with fresh ingredients.
Kaito Teppanyaki – An interactive and engaging experience, guests will delight in the tastes and spectacle of this venue, with eight grills, becoming the largest teppanyaki restaurant on any MSC Cruises ship. In this combined entertainment and dining experience, chefs cook with flair on an open grill with sizzling ingredients coming together to form delectable dishes.
For guests who prefer a more casual dining experience, the Marketplace Buffet has been redesigned and has 1,100 indoor seats as well as an outdoor dining area.
MSC Seashore will sail from the Cruise Capital of the World, PortMiami, in November after a short season in the Mediterranean.
The cruise ship will sail week long cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean with a highlight stop at the cruise line’s private island in the Bahamas, Ocean Cay.