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What are the prices of the specialty restaurants?  If you get the package for 3 dinners how does it work with a la carte dining venues?

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1 Entree, 1 appetizer, 1 side and 1 dessert is what they say 

 

But you can order a few appetizers and Sides normally as well w No Problems 

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1 hour ago, jdechter said:

What are the prices of the specialty restaurants?  If you get the package for 3 dinners how does it work with a la carte dining venues?

You get multiple appetizers and sides, one entree, multiple desserts. Teppanyaki you get one of their menu items. Prices of menu items can be found on the link below

 

 

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We just got off the Joy and ate in all the specialty restaurants.  In Teppanyaki, you select your entrée and then you get all the rest of the stuff (edame, salad, miso soup, fried rice, vegetables and dessert).  In the a la carte restaurants, they told us what we could order when they gave us the menus but it was typically 2 starters (appetizers/salad/soup), 1 entrée, 2 sides if they were listed separately and 1 dessert.  More than enough food.  In Food Republic, we each got to select 4 items which was also more than enough.  We did not have any restrictions or upcharges - ex: surf & turf (filet and lobster) in Cagney's and grilled whole lobster in Ocean Blue was included.  We enjoyed all the specialty restaurants and was happy with the food quality.

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1 hour ago, The 4 of Us said:

We just got off the Joy and ate in all the specialty restaurants.  In Teppanyaki, you select your entrée and then you get all the rest of the stuff (edame, salad, miso soup, fried rice, vegetables and dessert).  In the a la carte restaurants, they told us what we could order when they gave us the menus but it was typically 2 starters (appetizers/salad/soup), 1 entrée, 2 sides if they were listed separately and 1 dessert.  More than enough food.  In Food Republic, we each got to select 4 items which was also more than enough.  We did not have any restrictions or upcharges - ex: surf & turf (filet and lobster) in Cagney's and grilled whole lobster in Ocean Blue was included.  We enjoyed all the specialty restaurants and was happy with the food quality.

 

Just off the Joy as well and only ate in the Specialty Dining Rooms. This is exactly what we were told as well.

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We got the basic meal package as part of our booking on the Joy but we are not quite sure how it works, how many meals, etc.  Any help would be appreciated.

 

thanks!

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40 minutes ago, boberp said:

We got the basic meal package as part of our booking on the Joy but we are not quite sure how it works, how many meals, etc.  Any help would be appreciated.

 

thanks!

3 meals for a typical 7-night cruise. See above for specifics. 

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