As with dinner in the main dining room of the ship, you'll have the opportunity to select from a menu that consists of Soups & Salads, Starters, Entrees, and Desserts. The difference between PrimeC's menu and that of the main dining room is that it never changes during the course of the cruise.
My husband and I had different soups with our dinner. I selected the Wild Mushroom Soup (left) - Porcini Dust & Poppy Seed Twist while he selected the Three Onions Onion Soup (right) - Gruyere Cheese Gratin & Onion Tart. Both of these soups were fabulous - we could have easily made a meal by asking for another bowl.
Several starters sounded really good on the menu, but our waiter suggested two of his favorites which we decided to try. The Macadamia-Nut Crusted Tiger Prawns - Orange-Horseradish Marmalade and the Chicken Lollipops - Crisp Waffle Potatoes, Trio of Sauces were both excellent choices. Again, if we ordered another helping, we could have skipped the main course.
We always find that when we follow the waiter's recommendations, we can't go wrong. Fortunately, the waiter spaced out the various courses so that we had a little time to rest before continuing.
Dinner selections were difficult once again, so we presented out options to the waiter and let him help us make up our minds. My husband opted for the Broiled Cowboy Bone-In Rib Eye Steak - Zucchini & Squash, Crisp Onion Rings, Baked Potato and Condiments. I on the other hand went for something a little smaller: Sauteed Filet Mignon - Steamed Broccoli & Garlic Mashed Potatoes.
Once again we couldn't decide on what to have for our final course. In honor of my birthday, the waiter had brought me a small birthday cake and the staff sang happy birthday to me. Since we wanted to try some of their desserts, they wrapped the cake up in aluminum foil so that we could save it for later.
I'll leave you in suspense ... to see what we had for our dessert, you'll have to check out my Prime C Restaurant photo album on Facebook.