Norwegian Cruise Line has just opened up many of the fleet’s Asian restaurants to be entirely complimentary onboard. As part of the line’s NEXT enhancement program, these former specialty restaurants – Shanghai’s Noodle Bar on the newest Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway included – that once charged a dining fee will now be offered to guests free of charge.
“Norwegian’s Freestyle Dining is the most fun and flexible way for guests to enjoy some of the best dining experiences at sea, when they want and how they want,” said Andy Stuart, president and chief operating officer of Norwegian Cruise Line. “We are thrilled to continue that legacy by providing guests with more of the food they have come to love and enjoy with the introduction of fleetwide complimentary Asian cuisine.”
Norwegian Cruise Line explains, “guests cruising aboard Norwegian’s Freestyle Cruising ships can indulge in favorites like fried rice, spicy seafood udon noodles, steamed pork dumplings and more free of charge at the following venues.”
Asian restaurants that will still come with an extra charge are the popular hibachi-style Teppanyaki and sushi venues.
For more information on these Asian restaurants, visit Norwegian Cruise Line‘s website here.
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