Wonderland on Harmony of the Seas is an Oasis Class first. Previously only being available on the Quantum Class ships Royal Caribbean now brings this premium dining experience to the Oasis Class ships.
Described by Royal Caribbean as “based on a new post-modern style of cooking and categorized by theme rather than course, Wonderland features a variety of flavors, textures, temperatures and portion sizes, each presented in a non-traditional, progressive and creative fashion.”
The meal had the complete “Wow Factor” from the elegant but unique environment to the first class personal service to the complex, unusual but tasty cuisine.
This restaurant clearly isn’t for everyone but those who have a sense of adventure might just find a new culinary home on board the Harmony of the Seas.
On arrival you will be presented with a blank menu which you are then encouraged to paint on to reveal your menu. The menu is split into 6 elements Sun, Sea, Ice, Earth, Fire & Dreams. Once revealed the menu gives you little clue on what culinary delights you will receive.
Each waiter does things slightly differently but ours asked us our likes and dislikes and then proceeded with a tasting banquet. In total we must have tasted around 15 different courses. Each course I found delightful and surprised myself on what I liked.
All served with a twist we tasted shrimp, pork, beef, crab, lobster to name but a few. Each served in their own unusual way and equal to some of the best Michelin star restaurants on land.
Whist appetizers are for the adventurous mains and desserts were perhaps more mainstream affairs.
The restaurant does come with a supplementary charge which we felt represented good value. You would pay a lot more for an equal meal on land.
Wonderland on Harmony of the Seas also has a bar which guests can visit without a reservation. This quiet corner has not been discovered by many guests and serves a selection of unique cocktails.
Below is a short video of what you may experience if you attend Wonderland and I would strongly recommend you consider visiting Wonderland either the Quantum Class ships or the Harmony of the Seas.
Read more about Harmony of the Seas in Cruise Modern Life is Good.
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