Food on Royal Caribbean
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Hope you have better luck.
Has it improved at all? We went on Radiance to Alaska and the food was disgusting. I was really disappointed, because I had taken Princess years before and ate like a pig. I'm taking Royal to the Baltic this summer and am hoping that they have improved.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
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The main dining room is good. Nothing exceptional. Lobster tails, shrimp scampi, grouper were all very good.
I would love to try Celebrity or Disney though. Supposedly they have great food.
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The windjammer wasn't very good either, but once again you could eat enough soup and salad to get full.
The best meal we had was at Chops. It was worth every penny.
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I have read your comments, but no one mentioned the budget constraints that the chefs are under. I have been told that RCCL has a budget of $1.00 per DAY per passenger for Pastries, yes, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner,all together. The food budget looks to be around $7.00 per day per passenger, IMHO. The food is very good based on that information. Raddison uses a budget of over $35 per passenger per day. I enjoy Italian pastries so Princess's bakers are the best for me. RCCL has a Franco/ German flair or at least onboard the Serenade of the Seas, which is alittle tame for me. Each to their own.......Dennis