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Hi there


Cafe Royale is not a big restaurant- it only has about 20 tables.But when the tables are all full we noticed people took their plates down the stairs within Cafe Royale to Royal Observatory bar which has much more seating- with tables and chairs suitable for eating meals.Cafe Royale is open all day and evening- breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, evening meal,etc, and during the day you can take your food to the tables and chairs on deck alongside the pools if you wish- it would be a bit chilly at night to do this though.


At the other end of Deck 10 is Piazza San Marco serving a limited range of buffet food during the day- salads, chips, jacket potatoes,minute steaks, hotdogs, sweets,tea & coffee, etc.


Yes Deck 6 is where the Jubilee Lounge is- where the shows take place.


I think the other bars are on Deck 5- for Royal Fireworks (game shows), casino, Rendezvous-a quiet bar, etc.



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