It is a supper club - more intimate and a more upscale than the dining room. It is not a buffet, which is what comes to mind when you ask if it is "all you can eat". Go there with the idea of enjoying a leisurely meal at a fine restaurant. Linger over courses, enjoy some choice wine with the meal. Relax.
I knew that it is more upscale than the dining room, Hence the point of going there.
but just as some of the portions in the dining room are small, I wondered if you can ask for seconds? or is it extra? thanks.
When I was there in December I didn't see any children (under 16) in Nick and Nora's but I would imagine not too many want to spend $25 pp for the children (there is no 'children's menu) and most want an evening away from the kiddies.
The Miracle is a great ship and you will have a marvelous time!
I do not believe there are seconds. I also have not seen children there. It is more for adults in a romantic upscale setting with jackets for men. It is more dress than the main room and much more formal in the manner of service. It is very quite there and they have a performer singing or playing soothing music.
We ate there on our last cruise and believe me you won't go hungry. By the time we had our appetizer, salad and main course we didn't even have room for desert!
Celebrity Century 1/09
Carnival Destiny 10/07
Carnival Destiny 9/06
Monarch of the Seas 3/06
Carnival Inspiration 8/05
Carnival Miracle 4/05
Carnival Inspiration 4/04
Sovereign of the Seas 4/03
I believe the pp charge is now $30 according to receint posts elsewhere on this website. There's even a modest dance floor and live music. But $25 or $30, regardless, go and enjoy yorself. Make a memory!