A look inside SHARE by Curtis Stone, a six-course fine dining experience exclusive to Princess Cruises.
In continuation of my Alaskan cruise series, here is a glimpse inside one of our favorite dining experiences aboard the Ruby Princess: SHARE by Curtis Stone. If you’ve missed my first two posts, be sure to check out Five Reasons to Cruise Alaska with Small Children and Skagway, Alaska: White Pass & Yukon Route Historic Train Ride.
A long time fan of Curtis Stone, dating as far back as his Biggest Loser days, I was super pumped to discover that our ship, the Ruby Princess, had been refurbished since my last cruise to include his new restaurant concept: SHARE.
Before even opening the menu, I was first blown away by the sleek and modern design of the restaurant. To be honest, when I was inside this restaurant I felt like I was in midtown Manhattan, not on board a giant cruise ship.
Featuring beautiful wood tones and plenty of natural light, SHARE by Curtis Stone happens to have some of the best views in the entire ship. The entire space felt extremely calming and peaceful yet upbeat and fun.
The six-course menu is divided into the following sections: Starter, Salad, Pasta, Sea, Land and Dessert. While that may seem like a lot of food, the portions are right-sized and made with fresh ingredients leaving you satisfied but not overly full. Pictured above is the ricotta cavatelli which I highly recommend.
Pro Tip: I highly suggest everyone at the table order a bit differently so that you can easily share and try the entire menu. (Get it? Share?)
Everything is made to order so the dining experience takes a bit longer – the perfect excuse for a date night while the kiddos enjoy the Kid’s Club.
Stay tuned for more from our Alaskan Cruise including a look at one of our favorite excursions in Ketchikan as well as our favorite day at sea. If there’s anything in particular you’d like to know, don’t be shy!
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Disclosure: Princess Cruise Line hosted me and my family during our recent Alaskan cruise. I have not been compensated to write this post. Thank you for supporting the brands that make The Lemon Bowl possible. All thoughts are my own.
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