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Old March 7th, 2005, 06:26 PM
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what type of food can we expect from room service?
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Old March 7th, 2005, 08:14 PM
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What cruiseline are you sailing on? Then, we can tell you.
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Old March 7th, 2005, 08:24 PM
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Carnival has a set menu of stuff you can order from Room Service. We only used it at breakfast and got the danish, croissants, fruit and coffee to munch on while getting ready for the day. THEN, we hit the buffet!!!!!!!! Didn't even attempt to use it for any other meal, but you can't get just anything and everything.
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Carnival offers "Continental breakfast", salad and fruit selections, veggies and dip, cookies, dessert of the day, several sandwiches, and a n assortment of juices.

We ordered coffee and muffins/cereal/yogurt almost every morning and our room service was reliable enough to use as our wakeup call. It was nice to have the time alone to plan our day.

The fruit and veggie trays were a nice healthy snack after excursions and while we were getting ready for the evening (we had a late seating).

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Old March 8th, 2005, 10:57 AM
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We order room service late at night and have a picnic on our bed. Their sandwiches
are really good. Turkey, shrimp salad, roast beef, salads, fruit plates, cakes, cookies,
coffee, tea, milk. You can have a feast for the price of a tip. We usually tip 2-3 dollars
depending on how much we order. They have a breakfast menu too, but we haven't
ordered from it. The buffet restaurant has such a great bkft. Hope this helps. Carnival
room service is wonderful. Enjoy.
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Old March 8th, 2005, 03:24 PM
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We like to bring our own coffee cups and sugar/creamer. It never fails, you ask for 4 sugar and you get one! I have to stay sweet some how.

We also order cookies from room service the day before to take into ports.

Wow, I have a sugar problem don't I? I'd better take another cruise to help me get over it.

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We have ordered dinner from the dining room on Celebrity...just have to give plenty of advance notice that you wish to do so.

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Jaanu:

What cruise line? On Radisson, you can get most anything. My favorite is lamb chops for breakfast. For lunch, I usually order the filet with bernaise sauce. For dinner, we have ordered off the dining room menu or, other times, ordered pizza and popcorn. Late night, it is always nice to get a bowl of matzoh ball soup around 0200-0300.

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it depends upon what line you are cruising on.
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what about ncl?????
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Old March 14th, 2005, 11:37 AM
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does any one know about the ncl dawn???
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