Exquisite Dining

On a Regent Seven Seas cruise, the world’s most celebrated cuisines are at your fingertips, and are paired with complementary wines and impeccable service - all available without any extra cost. Exclusive to certain ships, dining at speciality restaurants such as Chartreuse, serving classic French fare with a modern twist, and Pacific Rim, a Pan-Asian restaurant celebrating sumptuous flavours, is even included in the price. We’ve picked out six oustanding Regent dining experiences that have to be tasted to be believed.

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Dining For Everyone...

Open Kitchen

Prime 7, a glamorous and elegant steakhouse and Sette Mari at La Veranda, a casual, intimate Italian dining experience, both feature an open kitchen – allowing you to feel the heat of the kitchen for yourself.

In-Suite Dining

If solitude suits your mood, order from an extensive room service menu. Dishes are promptly delivered to your suite, complete with full tableware linen and served course-by-course. Room service is complimentary and available 24 hours a day.

Sail Away Party

Take to the pool-deck with your fellow guests and enjoy a tremendous barbecue, complete with wonderful sides and salad garnishes. Enjoy the view and the sounds of a live band as you dine, then take to the dance floor to celebrate the start of your voyage in style.

Champagne &
Caviar Breakfast

Bask in sumptuous surroundings and enjoy a lavish champagne and caviar breakfast on sea-day Sundays. It has long been a highlight for Regent Seven Seas guests, and attentive service will leave you feeling like a VIP.

What You Want, When You Want

Alongside 24-hour room service and flexible open-seated dining options, including the casual Pool Grill, Compass Rose allows you to create your own dishes from a select list of divine ingredients from all over the world.

Not Just
On Board

Shore excursions with Regent put you in touch with some of the most incredible culinary experiences in the world - from local crab in Alaska, dim sum in Hong Kong, making pizza in Italy, paella in Valencia or lunch in a parrilla in Buenos Aires.

Peter Wellman

Travel Specialist

“I was blown away by the dining options on the Seven Seas Voyager – not only were they all included with my stay, there were also so many to choose from! My favourite was probably Chartreuse, the French fine-dining restaurant where I had an unforgettable blue cheese soufflé. I also loved the main dining venue, the Compass Rose, which had lobster on the menu every night!”

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