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New “Sushi At Sea” Venue Opens On Carnival Cruise Ship

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To the delight of all guests onboard the Carnival Valor a new sushi bar venue has opened up.

Guests who cruise on the Carnival Valor can now enjoy the brand new “Sushi at Sea” which first opened four days ago. The new offering is a Sushi Bar which is located on the ships lido deck on the opposite side to the Deli. We’ve got ourselves a menu so you can see what’s available.

Sushi At Sea Menu

Sushi At Sea
Photo By: Russell Otway

The menu includes California Roll, Bang Bank Bonsai Roll, Spicy Tuna and Tempura Roll all freshly prepared starting at $5.00 per roll. According to the chef who prepares the orders each day “Sushi At Sea” will be rolling out across all the Conquest class ships.

Sushi At Sea
Photo By: Russell Otway

Carnival Valor is currently sailing Caribbean cruises out of Galveston, Texas and features the latest dining venues in the fleet including Guys Burger Joint, BlueIguana Cantina and Seafood Shack. The ship is 110,000 gross tons and can carry 2,080 passengers.

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