Carnival Cruise Line's main dining room experience at dinner offers a variety of different appetizers, main courses, sides, and desserts to try. During my cruises I try and take pictures of my own food plates as well as the plates of my family. This post is a compilation of food pictures from some of my recent Carnival cruises. I have mixed pictures of food dishes from both the American Table and American Feast dining concepts offered at dinner. The food pictures are sorted by appetizers, main courses, and desserts. The menu and food selection will vary by cruise because shorter cruises have less nights of dinner. Also, please keep in mind that the presentation of a specific food dish can vary too. Food selections can vary by ship & cruise!
Note About The Broiled Main Lobster Tail:
This dish is not offered complimentary on all cruises. Cruises that are 6+ days in length usually have lobster complimentary on the first formal night of the cruise. Unfortunately, this means cruises 5 nights or less in length do not have complimentary lobster. Carnival typically has an option to purchase lobster at the bottom of the dining room menu.