MSC Virtuosa Restaurants

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So what new restaurants are on the MSC Virtuosa?

As guests journey around the UK on MSC Virtuosa they can also experience food from around the world. There is so many MSC Virtuosa restaurants and it even has new restaurants to try too. Making their debuts on MSC Virtuosa are two new speciality restaurants: Indochine and HOLA! Tacos & Cantina and you can see their menus below. There are a total of five specialty restaurants and five main dining rooms. The main Buffet can seat up to 1,336 passengers and it has a total of 21 bars and lounges.

The restaurants on MSC Virtuosa are;

  • HOLA! Tacos & Cantina ( extra charge )
  • Indochine ( extra charge )
  • Kaito Teppanyaki ( extra charge )
  • Butchers cut ( extra charge )
  • Kaito Sushi Bar ( extra charge )
  • Main free Buffet and main dining
MSC Virtuosa, Indochine Restaurant
MSC Virtuosa, Indochine Restaurant

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Everything you need to know about MSC Virtuosa specialty Restaurants with menus

What restaurants are on the MSC Virtuosa?

You can find onboard some restaurants that are firm favourites as well as brand new ones such as these;

  • The American steakhouse, Butcher’s Cut serving amazing steaks.
  • The stylish and entertaining Kaito Teppanyaki where chefs put on a show impressing diners with tricks.
  • The intimate Kaito Sushi Bar where’s our will find fresh handmade sushi, sashimi and tempura.
  • Idochine, a fusion of Vietnamese and french fusion
  • HOLA! Tacos & Cantina, which is a Mexican inspired restaurant.

Indochine restaurant on MSC Virtuosa

There is a new specialty restaurant called Indochine which serves a Vietnamese cuisine with a French twist. Indochine combines two culinary heritages as it brings together savoury Vietnamese classics and gives them a contemporary French twist. This results in unique fusion of dishes including Green Papaya Salad and Vietnamese spring rolls.

The restaurant menu is also available on a QR code too for convenience.

See the full Indochine menu here;

 Indochine restaurant on MSC Virtuosa
 Indochine restaurant on MSC Virtuosa
 Indochine restaurant on MSC Virtuosa
 Indochine restaurant on MSC Virtuosa

Hola Restaurant menu on MSC Virtuosa

Hola is a new fast street food concept with Latin American and Mexican-inspired dishes. It is open for lunch and dinner and serves Mexican tequila to match.

At HOLA! Tacos & Cantina, guests can now enjoy a fiesta of a feast, with the new MSC Cruises’ first street food dining concept. At Hola you will find Latin American and Mexican inspired dishes. At the signature salsa bar, guests can dial up the spice with a variety of sauces. Guests can even make their own guacamole mix at the guacamole station.

Hola Restaurant menu on MSC Virtuosa
Hola Restaurant menu on MSC Virtuosa

You can find the drinks menus for other bars on MSC Virtuosa here.

The Butchers Cut menu on MSC Virtuosa

The butchers cut is an American style steak house featuring superb prime cuts of meat as well other dishes. They only serve only 100% Naturally Raised Certified Angus Beef. The Butchers cut has a full wine menu of international range of wines, beers and cocktails. You will find starters such as Burrata at $10 to Cavier at $42! Main meals include Steaks, chicken and even scallops.

Butchers cut serve desserts such as Lava cake, New York cheese cake and peanut butter and milk chocolate cookies.

See the full Butchers cut MSC Virtuosa menu here;

Disclaimer; Menus are samples only and can be subject to change by ship, itinerary and price over time.

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