Cruise Ship Specialty Dining (Royal Caribbean Chops Grille Food & Menus)
We've been to various specialty dining restaurants on our cruises throughout the years, and one of the best we experienced was Royal Caribbean's Chop's Grille "New American" steakhouse while aboard the Enchantment of the Seas. See Chop's Grille menus (including the kid's menu) plus the foods we ordered, the highlights of which being the Chilled Imperial Seafood Tower and the 16 ounce USDA Prime Bone-In Ribeye. The seafood tower had an extra surcharge of $39, but as you can see it is well worth it. It came with 8 Jumbo Shrimp, 12 Green-Lipped Mussels, 12 Clams, 10 Jonah Crab Claws, and 2 Whole Maine Lobster Tails. The ribeye steak certainly lived up to its menu description of "well marbled for peak flavor, deliciously juicy", lol.
Other highlights included:
* Jumbo Lump Crab Cake (Appetizer)
* Rack of Lamb (Main Entree)
* New York Cheesecake (Dessert)
* Key Lime Meringue Pie (Dessert)
Note that even though the official cost of Chop's Grille rangers between $35 to $49 per person on the various Royal Caribbean cruise ships, you may be able to strike a discount. Your main dining room server may try to convince you to sign up for a reservation, and you can ask for a discount then, or if you have a child, they may be able to have him or her eat for free.
This was from our February 2020 cruise aboard the Enchantment of the Seas, a month before cruises were suspended. Hopefully things will be getting better in the summer with improved testing to enable cruises to resume later in the summer!