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I heard that Carnival has international foods like Indian Food is that right? Love me some Indian food. Going on the Conquest in September. What other international foods??

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I had some lovely indian food on my last cruise. They try different types of international food through out the cruise.
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Thanks, thats great, I like spicy! have now heard that they also have Thai food and Indian on the lunch buffets, any other surprises??
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There's usually Mexican and caribbean.. Love the jerked chicken and things like that. There's also Italian.. pastas and good stuff. They really mix it up. Typically, there's more variety in the inside buffet on those days instead of the buffet on the Lido deck so check that out as well.
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There's usually Mexican and caribbean.. Love the jerked chicken and things like that. There's also Italian.. pastas and good stuff. They really mix it up. Typically, there's more variety in the inside buffet on those days instead of the buffet on the Lido deck so check that out as well.
Thanks Dina, it all sounds wonderful.
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If you really like it spicy, you will be disapointed. They make it wussy spicy. If you are used to authentic indian food, or any other kind of authentic international food, you will not be happy.

I love Mexican food and Indian food, but we are pretty spoiled here in L.A. as we have a lot of both and it is great. Not so much on the ship.
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The international food they featured on the Victory was French, Italian, Greek, Indian, Mexican, and Caribbean.
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If you really like it spicy, you will be disapointed. They make it wussy spicy. If you are used to authentic indian food, or any other kind of authentic international food, you will not be happy.

I love Mexican food and Indian food, but we are pretty spoiled here in L.A. as we have a lot of both and it is great. Not so much on the ship.
Oh well I will have to look forward to conch fritters in Cayman and Jerk chicken in Jamaica and some good tacos in cozumel, I will get my spicy fix somewhere, might even take a bottle of chilulia sauce with me for breakfasts.

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Yes, each day at the lunch buffet, they feature an international section. For me on the Glory, it was Italian, Indian, French, Caribbean and a couple others. The Italian and French food was pretty good
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The international food they featured on the Victory was French, Italian, Greek, Indian, Mexican, and Caribbean.

That covered it pretty well...
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