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Carnival Cruise Line is rolling out a new steakhouse menu and it’s already on two Carnival cruise ships.

Carnival Cruise Line is bringing a new steakhouse menu across the fleet where the steakhouse is featured as announced by Carnival ambassador John Heald. New choices have been added to the menu at the very popular specialty restaurant.

At the moment the menu is being tested on Carnival Magic and Carnival Vista and is expected to roll out on more ships in the future. We know you are here to see the new menu so take a look below.

New Carnival Steakhouse Menu

Even though new choices have been added like Heritage Berkshire Pork Belly the initial response doesn’t favor the removal of some popular favorites including Cheese Cake, Chocolate Sampler, and Crab Cakes.

As mentioned on my video yesterday we have a new Steakhouse menu currently being served on the Carnival Magic and the…

Posted by John Heald on Tuesday, October 3, 2017

The steakhouse does cost $35 for adults and a kids menu for 11 years and under costs $11. The restaurant is not featured on every ship in the fleet, the Fantasy class ships will be missing out on the steakhouse. The dining venue which has become a huge hit is usually located towards the top of the vessel and guests do need to make a reservation.

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