Originally Posted by green_rd
Actually I do enjoy having many food options on board, especially during the day when schedules are more relaxed. Bring on the woks, burger joints, pizza parlors, tandori ovens, delis and what have you. I just don't need to corporate assurance of Mickey D's or what ever.
Of course I am one of those weirdo's that seeks out the good local restaurants instead of the comfort of the chain.
Yes the idea is to have food options not the same thing everyday. On another thread it has been suggested food carts that can be located at convenient spots and at designated times. This would make the experience more unique and at dinner cruisemates would be comparing the food choices and planning the next day's food activities.