Today we were in Rhodes, Greece, which is one of the closest ports to Turkey. The weather was nasty for most of the day. When I got out of bed it was raining and kept raining on and off through the evening. But that didn’t stop the show!
It’s always cool when you get to take part in a galley (kitchen) tour on a cruise ship. It boggles my mind how they pump out over 16,000 meals per day like a well oiled machine. One part that really surprised me was how they’ve reconfigured the Chef’s Table.
Most Carnival ships have the Chef’s Table in the library or a little room off the main dining room. This table was a room inside the middle of the kitchen, probably about 500 square feet, with glass panels. So you’re actually dining in the middle of the kitchen. Across from the Chef’s Table is a special kitchen where the chef prepares your meal. The only time that kitchen is used is during Chef’s Table nights. The experience is sold out for the next 14 sailings. If you’re wondering how much it costs, it’s $75 and you get unlimited wine. I did it on Carnival Conquest in January and it was totally
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