Norwegian Cruise Line is taking its "Freestyle Dining" concept to a new level by giving guests an original, appetizing choice--the ability to choose their own fresh lobster for dinner.
At "East Meets West," the high-end Pacific Rim restaurant aboard the new, purpose-built Norwegian Sun, California/Hawaiian/Asian fusion creations go hand-in-hand (or claw-in-claw) with the live lobster tank. Guests can not only pick their own lobster, but also choose from a variety of preparations by the ship's culinary team, such as broiled with lemon-butter fondue, a la nage with hollandaise sauce, and wok-flashed medallions atop Udon noodles in a kaffir lime and lemon grass broth. The octagonal, saltwater lobster tank--a cruise-ship first, according to NCL--acts as the focal point for the restaurant's exotic and artistic layout, set amid hanging kimonos and Asian artwork.
For more information contact your travel agent or Norwegian Cruise Line (Cruise Travel Magazine), 7665 Corporate Center Dr., Miami, FL 33126; or log on to www.ncl.com.
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