The Dining Club
This fine dining restaurant was made for foodies. You’ll be treated to high-end cuisine – like seared scallops with Champagne butter and chateaubriand for two – making it the ideal spot for an extra special evening. It also hosts The Great Musical Afternoon Tea. This weekly event brings the West End to Marella Cruises, with dishes inspired by famous musicals – like the ‘Vietnamese Melody’ beef tenderloin yakitori and the ‘On My Own’ petit choux. There are six teas to choose from, as well as a cocktail of your choice. Plus, the whole place is decorated with show posters and memorabilia. This is one of the ship's speciality restaurants, so there's a charge to dine here – plus, we recommend you make a reservation in advance.
The Market Place
For fresh-out-the-oven pizza, grilled-to-order paninis and sandwiches at lunchtime, plus all your buffet favourites. Regular theme nights cover cuisine from around the world, including Mexican, Chinese and Japanese.
You can make your own pizza and pasta dishes from scratch at this laidback pizzeria, which is open for lunch and dinner.
Food stalls, beach huts and oversized deckchairs set the scene at this laidback eatery. As such, you can look forward to grab ‘n’ go lunches and snacks, like hot dogs and burgers. There’s a drinks station on hand, too.
You’ll find Vista on the first floor of Latitude 53. Come evening, it transforms into a contemporary Italian restaurant.
You’ll feel like you’ve switched continents when you dine at this restaurant. It offers a pan-Asian selection of curries and noodle dishes, a separate sushi menu, plus bespoke dishes created by master chef Ian Pengelley exclusively for Marella Cruises. This is one of the ship's speciality restaurants, so there's a charge to dine here – plus, we recommend you make a reservation in advance.
The main waiter service restaurant is a good-looking place, with a gold-and-grey colour scheme and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Surf & Turf Steakhouse
This place does what it says on the tin, specialising in all things meat and fish. The menu stars various cuts of steak, including the Porterhouse for two – and you can watch the chef cook yours on the open grill. Or you can create your own surf and turf with a selection of meats and seafood. This is one of the ship's speciality restaurants, so there's a charge to dine here – plus, we recommend you make a reservation in advance.
Like the name suggests, this place has a beachy vibe. Big sliding doors will make you feel like you’re eating al fresco, the menus are inspired by barbecues, and the decor includes quirky swing seats. A charge applies to dine here in the evening and we recommend you make a reservation in advance.