Silversea Dining Information
As your ship changes latitude and longitude, Silversea's menu changes to reflect the flavors of the region. Step into The Restaurant and you know you've arrived for a very special dining experience. The Restaurant is elegant, but not stuffy. The European-trained waiters are attentive and personable. The inspired dishes, created by Silversea's Master Chefs, are marked by innovation and creativity. The Terrace Café offers the same culinary excellence in a more casual setting. Silversea's regular room service menu is available 24 hours a day with multi-course meals available from the Restaurant during regular dining hours.Main Dining Room Policies:
There is open seating on all Silversea cruises. Dress Code:
For casual dinners, appropriate attire for men is slacks (no jeans) and a sports shirt, while women are advised to wear slacks and blouse, a sundress or a pantsuit. At informal dinners, men are expected to wear a jacket, with or without a tie, whereas women should don a dress or pantsuit. On formal evenings, men should wear a dark suit or a tuxedo, while women should dress in an evening gown or cocktail dress.
7-night cruise or less: No Formal Night
8-9-night cruise: 1 Formal Night
10-14-night cruise: 2 Formal Nights
15-night cruise or more: 3 Formal NightsBeverage Policy:
All beverages included throughout the cruise. Special Requests:
Special meals are available including low-calorie, vegetarian, no MSG, low/no sodium and low/no cholesterol meals, as well as sugar-free and fat-free desserts. With at least 75 days advance notification, Silversea can offer a selection of pre-packaged kosher meals to guests on all ships and itineraries.All dining rooms onboard Silversea ships are smoke-free.
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