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Old June 5th, 2001, 01:26 PM
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Sailing on the Millennium in August. Does anyone what the 'alternative' (not the Olympic) dining is? Is the buffet open in the evening? Is there a full room-service menu (same as the dining room?).
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The alternate dining on the Millen is in the Lido, and by reservations only (if things havent changed since last fall). They server some items, like the entree, to order, while salads etc are buffet.
U can order full dining room menu for room service... just ask the cabin steward to supply a menu.
With long day tours in Europe, and tours coming back late there are times this can become an issue.

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The Buffet restaurant turns into a Reservation Only bistro in the evening. Resevations were very limited last year. Room service during regular dining room hours i.e. 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., can be from the evening's menu. Just contact your room steward who will bring you the menu, take the order and return with it as soon as possible. As Kuki mentioned, on evenings when tours return later than 1st. seating hours, room service may be your only alternative and take a long time. Maybe they will have worked something better out this year.
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For those of us who may be hungry around 4-6, are there any possibilities other than pizza? Thanks.
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Old June 6th, 2001, 08:40 PM
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Last August we sailed on the Millenium and made a reservation for dinner
on the Lido deck. It was an embarassment to Celebrity.Supposedly,they
were very busy,but there were only a few tables full in a small section of the buffet area. We asked to order drinks and wine and waited twenty minutes for
someone authorized to take liquor orders. Most were busboys in training.
They asked for our choice of salad and entree--then proceded to tell us to
take our salad from the plates sitting at the salad bar. Why take an order?
To make a long story short - unless things have really changed --don't waste
your time in the bistro. We are going again inJuly and would not even think of
dinner at the bsitro. A buffet would be better.
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