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Jamie's Italian on Symphony of the Seas

Jamie's Italian by Jamie Oliver is a Specialty Dining option on numerous Royal Caribbean Cruise ships.  It is a prix fixe price and open for lunch (on select days) and dinner. For this review, we dined on the Symphony of the Seas.  This restaurant is very approachable for all types of travel parties as the menu has some upscale items for the adventurous, but also has pasta which is a pretty well loved type of food and a kids menu if requested.


On Symphony of the Seas, Jamie's is located in Central Park on Deck 8, which was personally one of my favorite places on the ship overall.  Seeing the living greenery at sea was so neat and it was a peaceful stroll throughout the day. The restaurant is listed as casual, but we didn't feel out of place in a sports coat and dress for our visit. We had made a reservation earlier that day and had no wait for our table when we arrived.

Once we got settled in, we reviewed the menu and mostly listened to recommendations from our server.  The service here was incredible!  This was the first night of our cruise and it set a really high bar for the rest of the trip.

Agent Maci getting settled in one of the booths
Jamie's Italian Menu
Can't forget the wine list!


The meal started with some delicious bread and appetizers to share. 

Ultimate Garlic Bread
Black Truffle Arancini
Crispy Squid
We also opted to share a salad, as we like to make sure we get our greens in on a cruise :)
Arugula and Parmesan Salad
If that wasn't enough food, we shared a main dish and two pastas (you can get them in smaller portions which is great for those like me who like to try a lot of things!)

Chianti-Braised Short Rib

Truffle Tagliatelle

Tagliatelle Bolognese
While everything here was delicious, the stand out was definitely the truffle tagliatelle.  I was debating coming back here for it the rest of the cruise, it was so cravable!  Somehow we still managed to save room for dessert, and again had to try a few options.


Epic Brownie
Almalfi Lemon Meringue Cheesecake
Both the desserts were lovely and a great way to end our meal. Throughout the meal we had a fantastic server who really elevated the whole experience for us.  He was great about listening to our preferences and making recommendations and giving us ideas on what to order.  Overall, a fantastic dinner and a fantastic evening!

Have you been to Jamie's Italian on Royal Caribbean?  Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!


Maci Schau

Maci is an avid foodie and loves trying out new restaurants and seasonal food offerings in the parks.  You can email Maci at maci@kingdomkonsultant.com.

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