The gelato and ice cream shop is not included in the dinner package plan. For a-la-carte restaurants, there is a small surcharge. Check the FAQ section for the prices and other questions related to the package
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The dining package gives you access to specialty dining restaurants for a specified number of nights at no additional charge. On a week long cruise, that usually means four nights of specialty dining, but check your cruise documents to be sure. You may use the package at any of the specialty venues, one per night, up to the maximum number of nights provided. Certain restaurants, such as Ocean Blue, also will incur an additional cover charge. With certain exceptions which will be specified on your menu, you may select any of the ala carte items offered, but may be limited to one appetizer, one main course, and one dessert. In some restaurants and with some waiters you may be able to order additional appetizers or desserts, but the practice does not seem to be standard across the NCL fleet. A waiter in Cagney's on the Breakaway served us soup and a salad, while a different waiter in La Cucina on the Dawn declined my request for a salad and antipasti.
I would not recommend using one of your dining program nights for Gelato, but would suggest paying for it separately. You probably also should save your dining package and just pay ala carte at the Wasabi Sushi restaurant. If you use the package you will incur a small additional cover charge. The value of the package plus the cover charge is likely greater that what you would spend out of pocket at the sushi bar. For more info, see this link:
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