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Carnival Horizon Cruise Ship to Feature Teppanyaki Restaurant

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Carnival Cruise Line has revealed a brand Teppanyaki dining venue for Carnival Horizon which is coming in 2018.

Carnival Horizon is currently under construction and the cruise line revealed details on a brand new restaurant which will be the first in the fleet. Bonsai Teppanyaki will be an Asian sushi inspired venue where guests can enjoy a wide range of dishes including meat, tofu, fish, shrimp, and lobster.

If you are interested in booking a cruise on Carnival Horizon and your taste buds want to know more about the first ever Teppanyaki restaurant in the fleet then take a look at the full menu below:

Carnival Horizon Bonsai Teppanyaki Menu
Image By: Carnival Cruise Line

The restaurant will be an additional fee on board and not included in the cruise fare. It will be worth it with a dedicated chef making sure guests enjoy their delicious meal in a nice traditional setting.

Book Cruises For Carnival Horizon

Carnival Horizon will be the sister ship to Carnival Vista and is being built right now at the Fincantieri Marghera shipyard in Italy. Once complete the vessel will be 133,500 gross tons and carrying over 3,900 passengers. The new ship will arrive in April 2018 and will be based out of Miami Florida towards the end of September 2018.

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