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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Carnival Cruise Menu: Food on Carnival Imagination 5 Day Cruise

We're a few weeks away from cruising again. So here I am perusing through our old cruise photos and realized I haven't even shared a lot of them yet. Especially what everyone is looking for - Carnival Cruise Menu.


The Carnival Cruise Food and Menu you'll be seeing is from our cruise last year back in April, I'll also be sharing the ones from our February 2016 cruise in the days to come. They were from the dining area where you have your sit down dinner every night. The menu changes every night and I want those who have never cruise before to have a glance of what to expect, or how much calories you might consume, LOL.


WHAT CAN YOU EAT ON A CRUISE? HERE'S MORE ARTICLES ON CRUISE DINING OPTIONS:

A big note to everyone, Carnival Cruise now charges for lobster during formal night unless it's a longer cruise, a plate costs $20.


The best seat in the house is by the windows. As long as it hasn't gotten dark when you have your dinner of course. You can choose early dining, late dining or anytime dining when you register for your cruise with Carnival. We go for anytime dining as that is even more earlier than early dining. If you don't want to do a sit down dinner though, just head to the buffet at the Lido deck where your breakfast and lunch is also served.

CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 1ST NIGHT: CARNIVAL CRUISE MENU & FOOD

Here's the Carnival Cruise Dinner Menu for the 1st Night with Carnival Imagination 5 Day Cruise from Los Angeles Port:


Carnival Cruise Menu


Carnival Cruise Menu

A variety of bread is always served on Carnival Cruise Sit Down Dinner. My fave bread basket though is served during Carnival Cruise Sea Day Brunch, check out that experience HERE. We make sure not to miss that every time we cruise. Sea Day is when the cruise ship doesn't dock on ay of the ports and just stay in the middle of the sea.



Carnival Cruise Appetizer: Seared Ahi Tuna


Carnival Cruise Food: Flat Iron Steak


Carnival Cruise Dessert: I forgot what this one was called. Some pudding that I shouldn't order again.


CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 2ND NIGHT: CARNIVAL CRUISE MENU & FOOD

Here's the Carnival Cruise Dinner Menu for the 2nd Night with Carnival Imagination 5 Day Cruise from Los Angeles Port. This is the Cruise Formal Night Menu. This would be the our last cruise where lobster was still included in the sit down dinner. They started charging $20 for it on our following cruise.



The table decor also differed on the second night. First night was somehow old Hollywood, second night is nautical in design.


Carnival Cruise Appetizer: Escargot


Carnival Cruise Appetizer: Carpaccio


Carnival Cruise Dinner: Spaghetti Carbonara


Carnival Cruise Dinner: Lobster


Carnival Cruise Dinner Menu: Slow Cooked Prime Rib



Carnival Cruise Dessert Menu: Melting Chocolate Cake & their Creme Brûlée is a staple to every cruise. You can also order a cheese plate or ice cream on top of your dessert as long as there's still room in there. Just remember, there's food all day, don't over stuff yourself.


Carnival Cruise: Coffee Cream Cake


Carnival Cruise Dessert: Our fave, Carnival Chocolate Melting Cake and Creme Brûlée.


Carnival Cruise Dessert: Malted Chocolate Hazelnut Cake



CARNIVAL IMAGINATION 4TH NIGHT: CARNIVAL CRUISE MENU & FOOD

Here's the Carnival Cruise Dinner Menu for the 4th Night with Carnival Imagination 5 Day Cruise from Los Angeles Port. Due to obvious overeating, we skipped the 3rd night and just went for some food from the Lido Deck. For those who has never cruised before. Your options includes the dinner buffet, a deli where they serve really good sandwiches like their pastrami sandwich, salads, pizza. You name it. 


Carnival Cruise Menu


Carnival Cruise Menu


Carnival Cruise Appetizer: Salmon Cake


Carnival Cruise Appetizer: Escargot


Carnival Cruise Food: Jerked Pork Loin


Carnival Cruise Food: Penne Mariscos


Carnival Cruise Dessert Menu


Carnival Cruise Dessert: Banana White Chocolate Bread Pudding


We are not leaving the cruise on the final night without the hubby ordering his last Carnival Chocolate Melting Cake. Hope I didn't make you guys too hungry.

Another Cruise Tip: You can check out the Carnival Cruise Menu outside the Dining room (posted on the wall) before dinner starts so you can check if you like anything on the menu or would rather just eat something else at the buffet.

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12 comments :

  1. Wow it all looks great♡ and it being served on a cruise makes it that much better!

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  2. The food look awesome. Like there are variety of food for my kids.

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  3. Wow, i would love to take my kids to carnival cruise someday.

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  4. the food looks great. I love cruise restaurants

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  5. If I ever get to go on a cruise, I know I will spend 90% of my time eating, lol. That all looks amazing.

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  6. all the food looks so good! including the dessert <3

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  7. Your blogs on cruises make me want to go on a cruise!

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