Regal Princess Restaurant Menus And Review


Today I want to tell you a little about the Regal Princess restaurant options, share some of the restaurant menus and share my thoughts on the dining and quality of food on Princess cruises and also ask the question, is speciality dining worth the money?

Having just returned from a glorious cruise onboard a Regal Princess UK Summer Seacation, I now realise just how much I have missed cruising. Normality in even the tiniest form feels wonderful. Just getting the chance to get dressed up, chat with you waiter, choose delicious food felt like such a treat.

Regal Princess Food Menus and Review of dining on Regal Princess

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Check out my Regal Princess photo tour and review and drinks menus if you’re thinking of cruising with Princess, we have cruised with Princess for many years, not exclusively. But Princess are a brand I trust, which in my books goes a long way.

Champagne and canapes on balcony

Regal Princess Restaurant Menus, 2021 Sailing

There are a wealth of dining options onboard regal princess, thus I thought it a great idea to share the menus we did get whilst on board and give you a little insight into free dining and speciality dining available at an extra cost.

Strawberries From Room Service Regal Princess Restaurant Menus And Review, 2021 Sailing

Dining Included In The Price Of Your Princess Cruise

  • Allegro Restaurant, Deck 6 Aft
  • Concerto, Deck 6 Midship
  • Prego Pizza, Deck 16 Forward
  • Trident Grill, Deck 16 Forward
  • Horizon Court Buffet, Deck 16 Aft
  • International Cafe, Deck 5 Midship
  • Symphony, Deck 5 Midship
  • Room Service
  • Ocean Medallion App Dining

Speciality Dining Options On The Regal Princess

  • Alfredos, Deck 6 Midship,
  • Sabatini’s Italian, Deck 5 Forward, $25 per person
  • Crown Grill, Deck 7 Aft, $29 per person, plus extras
  • Ocean Terrace Seafood Bar, Deck 7 Midship
  • Gelato Ice Cream Bar

Can You Use Your Drinks Packages In The Restaurants On Princess Cruises?

Yes, you can use your drinks packages in all of the restaurants, we were offered a selection of wines to go with our meals and the drinks service was quick, we had a drink at all times, and they were topped up throughout our meal.

Regal Princess Restaurant Menus

Sabatini’s Restaurant Menus

We didn’t dine in Sabatini’s which is something I really regret now, however thought it was a great idea to still share the menus with you. Sabatini’s on the Regal Princess costs $25 per person and offers a wonderful selection of Italian dishes including pasta and seafood. Sabatini’s also offers their own and speciality cocktails. I tried the Sorrento Sunset and it was delicious.

Sabatini's Starter menu on Regal Princess
Sabatinis regal princess
Sabatini's menu On Princess Cruises

How Much Are The Cocktails And Drinks In Sabatini’s?

Sabatini’s offer a selection of signature cocktails which have an Italian twist, all looking utterly delicious.

  • Sicilian Kiss, $8.25
  • Tiramisu Martini, $10.00
  • Chocolate Mint Martini, $9.00
  • Sorbetto, $8.75
  • Sorrento Sunset, $9
  • Courvoisier VSOP, $8.00
  • Johnnie Walker Black Label, $7.50
  • Amaretto $7.50
  • Cappuccino, $2.50

The Crown Grill Menu On Regal Princess

We did dine at the crown grill at a cost of $29 per person plus an additional $10 for surf and turf if you want to go the whole hog. But wow was it worth every penny.

We enjoyed 4 incredible courses, if I am honest 4 was to much, if I went again I would save plenty of room for the main dish as it was divine. My problem would be narrowing it down as every single course was delicious.

The steak was cooked to perfection, I like my steak medium and it was just as I ordered, not to over done, and not to under done. Additionally the lobster was melt in your mouth, there’s nothing worse than chewy lobster.

The service, food and atmosphere was just wonderful, we never felt rushed, and the timings between courses was perfectly spaced.

Crown Grill Starters
Starter in the Crown Grill
Seared Jumbo Sea Scallops For The Crown Grill
Lobster Bisque in the Crown Grill
Lobster Bisque From The Crown Grill
Crown Grill Menu
Surf and Turf in the crown grill
Surf and Turf From The Crown Grill
Crown Grill Dessert
Salted Caramel Creme Brulee

Also check out Laura’s Crown Grill Review she is a huge Princess fan and loves speciality dining, I trust her opinion.

Main Dining Menus

You can either eat in, Allegro, Concerto or Symphony, the quality of food and service is wonderful as you would expect of Princess, of the many nights at sea we have enjoyed with Princess, we have never experienced poor food. The choice is always fantastic and if you are travelling with children they go out of their way to accommodate fussy eaters.

I have included a menu to give you an idea of what to expect in the restaurants on Regal Princess, also scroll down for images.

Regal Princess Dinner Menu
Menu from the main dining room
Princess Cruises After diner, restaurant Drinks Prices And Menus From 2021 Sailings
Starters from MDR on Princess
Pāté Starter on Regal Princess
Food On Regal Princess
Pumpkin Soup Starter On Regal Princess
Dining on Regal Princess
Main Dining Room On Regal Princess
Dessert on Regal Princess
Chocolate Soufflè On Regal Princess

Room Service Breakfast Menu

Room service is available through the ocean medallion app with a choice of included meals and some at an extra cost such a pizza from Alfredos. Breakfast works much the same way as it always did with a card in your room, to get breakfast served to your cabin you must put the card out at night. Scroll down to see the breakfast options for in cabin breakfast.

Room Service Breakfast Menu

My Thoughts On The Dining On The Regal Princess And Is Speciality Dining Worth The Money?

Firstly, yes, specialty dining is worth the money, the quality of the steak and lobster was outstanding, in my opinion specialty dining offers a little extra. Whilst this doesn’t take away from the quality of food and service included in your cruise. However I still do like to enjoy both options on a cruise.

Princess Cruises Dining Whats Included


  • Sarah Christie

    Sarah also writes for Mini Travellers Family Travel Blog and Extraordinary Chaos Craft and Lifestyle Blog. Both are award-winning blogs with a travel and family focus. She is married and has two boys, aged 18 and 22, who all love cruising as a family. Nothing is better than waking up every day in a new port with new and exciting things to explore. She aims to share how cruising as a family with young adults is the perfect choice for family travel. Her boys are sporty and love the activities, sports and dining options cruising offers. Sarah has worked with brands such as Walt Disney World, Mark Warner, Ikos Resort, Center Parcs, Laura Ashley, Belling and Next.

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