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  1. Many thanks for the comments - decided that Celebrity is not going to be what we are looking for - I appreciate the comments about food being subjective - it’s a big part of the overall experience for us so it’s an important factor.
  2. We are thinking of booking a cruise on Summit next year for our 25th Anniversary. Never been on Celebrity before so we are wondering what the food is like. Recently we have cruised on P&O Britannia - yes the food in the MDR is not so good, but we tend to pay the supplement and eat in Epicurean which is probably on a par with the Michelin star restaurants we have eaten in. Can anyone let me know what the MDR and speciality food is like. I've seen pictures taken by passengers - some of it looks pretty grim tbh - but some photos it looks great. I've heard Celebrity is the cruise line for foodies??? Thoughts and comments welcome.
  3. Thanks for that - I hadn’t realised I hadn’t done so.
  4. Hubby and I are looking at an anniversary cruise on Oceania next year - as it’s a special anniversary we are looking to upgrade somewhat and Oceania looks appealing. Noted though that we would only have 1 reservation per speciality restaurant - usually we pay on P&O Britannia and go in Epicurean every night - so a bit disappointing to see the restriction. I’m wanting to know how flexible this would be though - if you have used your allocation is that it or are they flexible and allow multiple bookings. I know I’m comparing apples and oranges here but how does the main restaurant compare to more mainstream cruise lines - P&O’s main restaurant is not great hence the Epicurean reservations!! Also - how many guests do the speciality restaurants accommodate - I’m thinking if they are only small, reservations might be an issue. Thanks all for your responses in advance.
  5. Thanks for the information - the sample menu on Oceania’s website for the GDR just wasn’t very inspiring.
  6. Hubby and I are looking at an anniversary cruise on Oceania next year - as it’s a special anniversary we are looking to upgrade somewhat and Oceania looks appealing. Noted though that we would only have 1 reservation per speciality restaurant - usually we pay on P&O Britannia and go in Epicurean every night - so a bit disappointing to see the restriction. I’m wanting to know how flexible this would be though - if you have used your allocation is that it or are they flexible and allow multiple bookings. I know I’m comparing apples and oranges here but how does the main restaurant compare to more mainstream cruise lines - P&O’s main restaurant is not great hence the Epicurean reservations!! Also - how many guests do the speciality restaurants accommodate - I’m thinking if they are only small, reservations might be an issue. Thanks all for your responses in advance.
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