December 2, 2022

MSC Cruises unveils meals on board MSC Seascape

When MSC Seascape sets sail next month, it will offer 20 bars and 11 restaurants, including five specialty restaurants.

“We pride ourselves on the delicious cuisine we offer on our cruises,” said Giovanni Guido, Director of Food and Beverage, US and Caribbean. “The MSC Seascape will be an excellent example of our desire to satisfy the tastes of our customers. There will be something to please all palates on this new ship among the authentic tacos served at HOLA! Tacos & Cantina with the freshest seafood and Ocean Cay restaurant’s exceptional wine list.”

In addition to the main restaurants, the 1,169 square foot buffet and the Aurea and Yacht Club restaurants, there will be five specialty restaurants on board.

butcher cut

Popular with former MSC guests, Butcher’s Cut, the line’s signature American-style steakhouse, will have alfresco dining along the waterfront promenade aboard MSC Seascape.

Mexican food lovers will appreciate the Mexican-inspired dishes at HOLA! Tacos & Cantina featuring a large selection of tacos, tamales and an interactive guacamole station.

At Kaito Sushi Bar, customers can grab a sushi dish that suits them on the conveyor belt, while at Kaito Teppanyaki, customers can enjoy a meal and a show with traditional hibachi dishes.

For fine dining, MSC Seascape guests can choose the Ocean Cay Restaurant, where they will find a selection of seafood dishes.

After dinner, you can indulge your sweet tooth at Venchi 1878 for ice cream, chocolate and coffee.

Among the 20 bars that guests will find on board will be the Wine Cave, a Sports Bar stocked with craft beers, the Sky Bar rooftop lounge, the Champagne Bar with its range of bubbly, caviar and fruit seafood, and the Cocktail Bar.