My mistake and mea culpa. Must have had a senior moment there. There are actually 4 dining times for traditional dining. 2 in the Scarlet and 2 in the Crimson. So I guess I can leave out that excuse
for slow service.
And you are right. The food is average, not outstanding although a few dishes such as prime rib, lamb shank (I know not everybody likes lamb but I do) and lobster tails were above average. Anyway, one will never go hungry on a cruise because of the many offerings now available.
And again, any time I get dinner and either don't have to cook it or clean up afterwards it is a great dinner