One decadant luxury, was Murano's fine dining experience. Beautifully appointed, in an intimate setting, this can make you feel like the rich and famous......
We did dine with the rich and famous, Kuki! We had the wine room table, and from the butterfly service, to the lucious selections, this is really something you should try and include in your Century Cruise. This was a wonderful experience to share with our friends...
Trip, with her book & tea!
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If you want a true four star dining experience, the Celebrity ships provide this in their upscale restaurants. I have now dined in Murano's and The Olympic restaurants and while Olympic still is number one, Murano's is a VERY close second.
(BTW: There is no need to succumb to the $100 additional charge, Michelle Roux, seven course, pairings menu to achieve the full experience of Murano's. However, I would have done it if I had been alone and "Queen La Cheapa "My wife" had her ability to taste, back" )
These restaurants provide a level of service and presentation that beats ALL other up-charge restaurants, on other lines. I have now been able to dine in all mass market line's up-charge restaurants and while the food quality is "usually" better than the main dining room I have found that the service is spotty and often nothing more than a good waitstaff provides in the main dining room but in a more intimate atmosphere.
The food quality is also EXCELLENT. I think Da Coot was worried he was going to lose a finger if he got it too close to my plate.
Mike (Who wants more cheese and wishes he could indulge in the wine list)
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