Qsine Restaurant on Celebrity Summit exceeded our expectation.
If I were only going to choose one specialty restaurant on board the Summit, I would choose the Qsine. We went to the Normandie Restaurant, and enjoyed it, but the presentation and the wide variety of food in the Qusine Restaurant makes this a unique experience. Make sure you go hungry, as there is a large selection of food to choose. The service, food, and atmosphere were excellent.
On our sea day (Thursday), they offered 20% off to dine in the Qsine Restaurant. When I called to make a reservations, they did not have any openings at the time I wanted to dine, but offered me the same deal on the next night, which was our last night on the cruise. It cost $49 per person and we received 20% off our bill. This made it worth while to try this restaurant and I am so glad we did.
When we arrived for dinner, we were shown a window seat. The place was small and cozy with a handful of diners, but as the evening progressed, the dining room was almost full.
We were both given an IPad to choose our five selections to start.
While looking at the menu they brought out some bread for us to enjoy.
Our waitress explained how to use the iPad to order our food, and we got busy trying to figure out what we wanted to eat.
We started off with spring rolls.
They were yummy. They provided different types of sauce to put on the rolls. Sorry about the nails, my manicure did not hold up for the week.
Our next course was the Painter’s Mignon.
Followed with Crunchy Munchies and Lava Crab. I was so busy eating, I forgot to take pictures of the Lava Crab.
As you can see it is all about the presentation of the food. There was plenty of food.
And then they served the Chinese X Martini = Chitini’s
We had the option to order more food, but we choose to move on to dessert, as we were getting full. They brought out the menu which were paper cubes. That was a disappointment after using the ipads.
J choose the Chocolate Tombstone (layered ganache, Nutella, rice crispies and more chocolate). I selected the Silver Bullet (gelato with berries and chocolate). Both were tasty.
We thoroughly enjoyed our evening. Watching the servers bring out different dishes and trying to guess what others were eating was fun. We ended up talking to another couple that sat close by, which made the evening more enjoyable as we discussed what we had ordered and what they were eating. We all agreed it was a worthwhile experience and would do it again.
Have tried the Qsine Restaurant?