All meals are served in the Clipper Dining Room, a low-ceilinged room with booths for six along the walls and tables for eight in the centre.
Breakfast and lunch both offer an impressive selection of pastries, meats and cheeses. For dinner, however, you can expect to be seated by the maitre d'.
There is no seating time as you will find on other traditional cruise vessels - simply turn up any time between the restaurant's operating hours. However, the itineraries for this vessel typically allow for a number of dinners to be served elsewhere, such as a barbecue on the beach. These are particularly special.