There are so many different dining options on the Norwegian Sky, most passengers will find it difficult, if not impossible, to visit them all on a three or four day cruise—but that’s just another reason to take another cruise. For traditional dining, the ship offers two dining rooms, the Palace and Crossings, each with a varied selection of delicious dishes three times a day, and flexible serving times. The Norwegian Sky has three specialty restaurants, each of which requires advance bookings. The charming Le Bistro offers traditional and nouvelle French cuisine, and there’s delectable Italian fare at Il Adagio; for succulent steak and the house specialty, truffle fries, head to Cagney’s Steakhouse.
There are several casual dining options, too. Check out the Garden Café for the ship’s buffet menu, open nearly 24 hours a day, or the Longboard Bar, which features an alternative buffet menu for breakfast and lunch, and live sports broadcasts. In addition to room service, which delivers light meals and snacks, the ship also has a pizza delivery service, and will deliver a fresh, hot pizza to you virtually anywhere.