Feasting Through the Western Caribbean on Carnival’s Vista – The Daily Meal

Posted: August 10, 2017 at 6:33 am

Cruises are definitely a smart vacation solution for the traveler with wanderlust and a big appetite. Carnival Cruise Lines newest ship, Vista, aims to offer both astounding travel excursions and an extensive variety of dining options to suit all tastes. The Daily Meal recently joined Carnival aboard the Vista for 7 days of eating and drinking through the Western Caribbean.

Carnivals Vista launched in 2016 as the first of three vessels in the company's Vista-class series, and this vessel offers some unique features, including an IMAX theater, the SkyRide in-air attraction, and exclusive food collaborations Pig & Anchor and Guys Burger Joint (both from none other than Guy Fieri himself). Departing from the Port of Miami, this voyage included stops in Ocho Rios, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel.

Serving nearly 4,000 passengers over seven days, the Vista boasts a selection of 17 onboard restaurants, ranging from upscale to casual, ethnic to all-American, and all-inclusive to paid. Deciding where to start and what to try can be a bit overwhelming. We narrowed it down to the top five.

Plan ahead and make reservations, especially for a seat at The Chefs Table and JiJi Asian Kitchen. Although neither are a part of Carnivals all-inclusive dining option, the surcharge is well worth the experience.

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Feasting Through the Western Caribbean on Carnival's Vista - The Daily Meal

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