Carnival Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse

Carnival Breeze cruise ship

Carnival Breeze

Cruise ships all tend to have a premium eatery where passengers can have a special meal for a fee.  On Carnival it’s their steakhouse, Fahrenheit 555.  While aboard the Breeze, Chef Joaquim treated us to a private cooking demonstration in their steakhouse.

fancy cruise ship eateries

Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse

The steakhouse is a smaller and fancier eatery than the main dining rooms.  Guests make reservations in advance for one of the limited number of tables.  On the Breeze the steakhouse seating area has a view into the galley so guests can watch as the chef prepares their meal right before their eyes.

The menu has other items in addition to steak.  For us they prepared a very tasty pan-seared sea bass.

a lot of ingredients go into the sea bass recipe on the Breeze

ingredients ready to go

At the start of the demonstration, little containers of a variety of ingredients sat on the counter in individual dishes, ready to use at the appropriate time in the cooking process.  The chef explained each step as he cooked, finishing with a nicely plated meal.

cooking on Carnival Breeze

Chef Joaquim mixes up a frothy sauce

plated for presentation

ready to eat

If you would like to have this tasty recipe, or to see the chef in action, watch the video.

About LBcruiseshipblogger

MyCruiseStories blog tells stories about adventures in cruising on ships big and small. Things to do onboard and in port. Anything connected to cruising. Also food, travel, recipes, towel animals, and the occasional random blog.
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3 Responses to Carnival Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse

  1. What a treat, although I doubt I’d pay extra for a meal when they feed you so incredibly well on these cruises. Can’t imagine I’d have space for any further food 🙂

    • I used to feel the same way – no reason to pay extra for food on a cruise ship when there’s so much good food available for free. But then I tried one of the pay-extra places and decided that they can be worth that extra bit for something really special.

  2. Chris Beath says:

    Even a great chef can be a little messy in the kitchen. My wife says the food I cook is great but the kitchen looks like a typhoon passed through. I’m not the only one to spill a little while cooking, it’s the plate that comes out of the kitchen that’s important.

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