Butcher’s Cut is a speciality restaurant on MSC Cruises. It serves Italian cuisine and has an open-air terrace with views of the sea, as well as indoor seating areas. The menu includes pasta dishes such as spaghetti carbonara, ravioli stuffed with ricotta cheese or spinach, chicken parmesan, meatballs in tomato sauce, lasagna, and pizza. There are also salads and desserts like tiramisu and cannoli filled with chocolate mousse.
The restaurant was named after its location at the end of the ship’s funnel where it could be seen from all decks. In addition to being located near the bow, this area had been used for many years by butchers who would sell their wares directly to passengers. This tradition continued until the 1990s when the new restaurants were built.
What is the cost of Butcher’s Cut on MSC Cruises?
MSC Cruises offers two different pricing options: one that allows you to pay per person and another which charges based on how much food you eat. If you choose the latter option, your bill will include not only what you have eaten, but also any drinks you may have ordered. You can find out more about these prices here. You can expect to pay around 39 Euros for the dining experience menu at Butchers Cut. Even cheaper if you decide to dine at 2 or more speciality restaurants on your cruise.
How do I get into Butcher’s Cut?
You must book a table before going onboard. To make sure you don’t miss out, we recommend booking online through our website. Once booked, you’ll receive confirmation via email. Onboard, simply ask for directions to the restaurant.
What is the Dress code?
What about children?
Children under 2 eat free
Vegetarian options available
When can I book?
You may make reservations up to 180 days before your cruise date. You must do so through MSC Cruises website.