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Old September 1st, 2003, 07:57 AM
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Default hows the food on the glory

are the extra resturant charges worth it
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Old September 1st, 2003, 02:18 PM
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yes, the food is wonderful, the service and presentation the best ever (although you cannot ask for extra in the super club!! I did and got a very strange look ) Even the food in the main restaurant was great, no complaints, had a fantastic time
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Old September 1st, 2003, 02:35 PM
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We looked at the menu for the supper club, and it looked phenominal- Incredible! However, there was no indication what the price might be, so I was worried it would be tremendously expensive. I found out the last night of the cruise that it was only $25.00 per person, had I known, My husband and I would definately have gone.

The menu really sounded outstanding and I think it would have been a great and romantic experience for just my husband and I. That dining room was very pretty too.
I'd say that's a "don't miss it"

I would sure love to hear from someone who did dine there.

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Old September 2nd, 2003, 09:28 PM
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I was on the Glory 8/16 western caribbean cruise. The Emerald Supper Club was wonderful. The menu was superb. The service was five star and the food was delicious to say the least. You must have this dining experience on board. It was well worth the $25.00 per person charge. Allow 3 hours to dine there. Its great! Try it!
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Old September 4th, 2003, 01:22 PM
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Did any of you by chance get a copy of the menu as a souviner. I'd like to see whats offered.
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Old September 4th, 2003, 11:12 PM
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Below is the menu for all of Carnival's supper clubs. From time to time the desserts change some.

Shrimp Cocktail..its w/cocktail sauce
Alaskan Salmon Trio..its tartar and salmon in sushi roll
New Englad Crab Cakes
Beef Carpaccio its slice raw beef tenderloinw/shaved parmesean cheese marinated mache lettuce.
Marinated Maple Leaf Duck served on Starfruit Chutney
Lobster Bisquew/vintage cognac
Baked onion Soup"Les Halles"

Baby Leaf Spinach and fresh mushrooms w/bleu cheese and warm bacon dressing.
Classic Ceasars Salad prepared the traditional way at your table

Side dishes:
Baked Potato with trimmings
Sauteed Medly of Fresh Mushrooms
Yukon Gold Mash with Wasabi Horseradish
Grilled Fresh Vegetables in Season
Creamed Spinach with Garlic

Broiled New York Strip Loin Steak 14 oz
Classic Porterhouse Steak 18 oz
Broiled Filet Mignon 9oz
Joes Stone Crabs a signature entree from Joe's Stone Crabs Restaurant
w/ butter or Joes mustard sauce
Whole Dover Sole Meuniere Pan fried w Beurre Nolsette
Broiled South African Lobster Tail w/ butter
Broiled Free Range Chicken Breast w/ Blackberry port wine reduction
Grilled Lamb Chops Dbl Cut w/ five bean Cassoulet and Rosemary Jus
Briled Provimi Veal Chop Cntr Cut Highest Grade Milk Fed Veal

Sauces Available:
Wild Mushroom
Natural Jus

Warm Flourless Chocolate Cake w/ Homemade Ice cream
Symphony of Cheesecakes:Maple Walnut, Rasberry, Lime, Chocolate and Traditional
Tri Of Creme Brulee w/ Sugar Tulles and Phylo Cigar
Tarte Tatin w/Homemade Truffle Icecream

Freshly Brewed coffee reg or decaf
Expresso, Cappuccino
Teas, Herbal Teas

After Dinner Drinks:
Grahams Six Grape 5.25
Dow's 20 Year Tawny 9.95
Dow's Vintage Port 12.95
De Montal Armagnac Special Reserve 8.75
Hardy VSOP 5.75
Hardy XO 9.50
Cles Des Duc Armagnac VSOP 6.00
Pinar Del Rio, Gautier XO 9.95
Hennessy XO 11.00
Martell Cordon Bleu 10.00
Hennessy Paradis 35.00
Courvoisier XO 11.00
Remy Martin Louis XIII 95.00
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Old September 6th, 2003, 05:37 PM
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Thats for the menu Jedgar

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