Silversea Expands Culinary Offering Aboard Silver Nova

Silversea’s newest ship, Silver Nova, offers guests an array of new culinary experiences in nine dining venues, including six complimentary options. Aboard its fleet’s 12th addition, the line has also evolved its signature restaurants, enhanced its menus with a broadened offering of green cuisine and introduced a new aspect to its immersive S.A.L.T. culinary program. Every detail in each of Silver Nova’s restaurants has been enhanced, from their architectural designs to the artworks and cutlery.

With S.A.L.T. Chef’s Table—an intimate, interactive dining experience, Silver Nova introduces a new way for guests to dive deep into the local culture, in which the creative process comes to life in front of up to 18 diners. A hands-on test kitchen by day, the S.A.L.T. Lab on deck 10 transforms into a showcase for the creative expression of Silversea’s chefs each evening. S.A.L.T. Chef’s Table highlights a carefully selected array of seasonal and locally sourced produce. With one seating nightly and a curated menu of small plates, plus paired wines and cocktails unique to the venue, both the mood and the food in S.A.L.T. Chef’s Table are personalized and enriching. S.A.L.T. Chef’s Table is a gathering of culinary enthusiasts who can socialize with like-minded travelers in a lively and engaging setting.

Aboard Silver Nova, the 68-guest La Dame restaurant offers an enhanced dining experience that fuses French culinary heritage with modern innovation. Guests can choose from a seven-course tasting menu or explore à la carte options, including a selection of Calvisius Tradition Prestige caviar (served only in La Dame), paired with a complimentary selection of seven fine wines exclusive to the venue. To elevate the dining experience further, guests can opt to pair the tasting menu with a Connoisseur’s wine selection or with a new Vintage Champagne selection.

Silver Nova offers a new dining experience in its 40-guest Kaiseki restaurant. The new offering embraces the traditions of UNESCO-listed Japanese cuisine, Washoku, paired with an exclusive selection of sakes, Japanese whiskies, or TWG teas and tea cocktails.

With Silver Nova, Silversea has expanded its range of vegetarian, vegan and plant-based dishes. The enhanced culinary program has diversified menus in all nine dining venues aboard the line’s newest ship and will subsequently roll out across the fleet. Silversea’s new culinary options will include starters, mains and desserts, with additional options in all restaurants on all ships. Plant-based proteins will replace meats in these new dishes, and plant-based milks, cheeses, yogurts and ice creams will substitute dairy-based alternatives.

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