Included in the $35 a person charge, you get starters, salads and desserts along with your choice of the entree. The starters are something you would find yourself paying $15+ at another steakhouse. The price is so worth it for the quality and quantity of food you receive. Keri and I decided to split a couple of starters.
Beef Carpaccio - Sliced raw beef tenderloin with shaved parmesan cheese and marinated mache lettuce. Keri and I are both big fans of Beef Carpaccio and this hit the spot. Interesting fact - if it weren't for my father, Keri would probably be ordering her steaks well done. As kids, when we dined out or had Keri over for dinner, my Dad would not allow her to order steaks Well done. She had to get it Medium Well and eventually she graduated to Medium and finally Medium Rare. Now she eats Beef Carpaccio which is raw.
Soup (& Salad)
One of the great things about cruise ship dining is you can go outside of a pre-set menu. For instance, I did not want a salad, I wanted Lobster Bisque, but the Bisque was on the starter menu. Not a problem!
Although we had a wide variety of choices, Keri and I ended up with the same thing
It's hard to imagine eating dessert after all this food but how can you turn it down? We also asked if the bartender could make us an espresso martini, which was not on the menu. They made an excellent one and this drink started a trend for the rest of our cruise. Why haven't we thought of ordering this before?
Overall, our dining experience at you can view Carnivals Steakhouse Menu by clicking here.