Princess Rolls Out Chef's Table Fleetwide

Princess Cruises plans to implement its Chef's Table experience aboard most of its ships by early this year. Designed for foodies, the Chef's Table offers an evening that begins with a welcoming of hors d'oeuvres and cocktails in the ship's galley with the executive chef, followed by a multi-course tasting dinner in the main dining room.

The Chef's Table is currently available on Emerald Princess, Crown Princess and Caribbean Princess. Princess' smaller ships, Tahitian Princess, Pacific Princess and Royal Princess, are not included in the initial rollout, but may be at a later date.

The special dinner can be reserved for up to 10 passengers at a cost of $75 per person. Reservations can be made onboard through the ship's DINE telephone line or in person the first day of the cruise at the dining reservations table. Visit www.princess.com. (DE)

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