Royal Caribbean food pictures - Voyager of the Seas

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#4
Cumming, GA
106 Posts
Joined Oct 2011
Now that we've been on Royal Caribbean, Carnival, and Princess, in my opinion, this is how they compare.

Food-wise:
Princess is still the best. Their red meat has been terrific, and Princess desserts beat all. We LOVE the International Cafe! They also have the best fettuccine alfredo in the world!

Royal Caribbean is really good too. Their eggs benedict was perfect, love the tator tots, and definitely love the 24 hour Cafe Promenade. Not too fond of their fruit soups, but the garlic soup and risotto is delicious.

Carnival is decent, but last on my list. They do seafood and sushi really well, and I enjoy their Didja menu items. I've found their red meat overcooked and dry.
#5
Australia
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Joined Nov 2008
Great piccy's, thank you
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