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Just off Sunday.  

Don't have copies of menu but good was always cooked properly and served hot.

Favorites were, lamb chops, lamb shank, beef tenderloin, prime rib, turkey, chicken cordon bleu, all you can eat lobster tails, duck l'orange, and much more.

Do not be afraid of ordering 3-5 appetizers, and two main entrees. 

 

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15 minutes ago, gdy0354 said:

... all you can eat lobster tails, duck l'orange, and much more.

Do not be afraid of ordering 3-5 appetizers, and two main entrees. 

 

 

 

IMO you should be embarrassed to order 5 appetizers and two entrees...

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7 minutes ago, kruzerci said:

IMO you should be embarrassed to order 5 appetizers and two entrees...

 

With the size of the appetizers, for 2 people that seems adequate.  Appetizers in the MDR isn't like getting a heaping plate of cheese fries at the Outback or anything.

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4 minutes ago, AshleyDillo said:

 

With the size of the appetizers, for 2 people that seems adequate.  Appetizers in the MDR isn't like getting a heaping plate of cheese fries at the Outback or anything.

 

Pretty confident they were talking about per person.

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May sound likes lot but for example 4 apps.

Shrimp cocktail (4 small shrimp), one crab cake, soup and salad. Sounds like a lot but really isn't.

More than one main entrees three times in nine day cruise.

1. Grilled shrimp entree(4-5 tiny shrimp piece of broccoli and rice) second entree was a meat entree. Both together was a good meal.

2. Second was on lobster night. Had 4 lobster tails which was not unusual, asked only for extra tails, not complete meals.

3.Two servings of lamb chops as they were delicious but small.

Many people on other tables ordered two deserts on most nights.

As long as you don't order and waste the food there shouldn't be a concern.

Windjammer is where you see all the wasted food that people load up on and don't eat. That's why most cruise lines have discontinued use of trays.

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