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Old August 19th, 2009, 08:47 PM
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DOES ANYONE HAVE MENUS AVAILABLE FOR ANY OF THE CELEBRITY SHIPS? THEY WOULD BE SO APPRECIATED.
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If you drill down in the two Solstice Reviews at the following site, you will find the menus for all the Solstice Dining Rooms: http://www.thepreismans.com/
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Here are some sample menus...I have to say, having been on many =X= cruises, the food is wonderful. There was a "rough patch" about a year ago, but I think it has improved.

If you will be on a Millennium class ship, the Aqua Spa Cafe has great menu options that are usually low fat or low carb / low sodium. The main dining rooms have their own menu, as does the specialty restaurants. Here's a sample:

Main Dining Room:

http://thecruiselines.net/Celebrity/celmenu.htm

Menus from the Infinity (we'll be on next month!!!) Main Dining Room and the Specialty Restaurant:

http://www.thepreismans.com/Infinity%20menus.htm

Typical Cabin Service Menu:

http://www.our-cruises.com/galaxy/scans/roomservice.pdf

Here's a sample menu from the new Solstice and Equinox:

http://www.celebritycruises.com/whyc...in_dining_menu

In addition to the main dining room (restaurant), there is a casual dining restaurant on M-Class ships, as well as a pizza and sushi bar and grill which serves up BBQ, etc.
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OMG !!!!!

If these don't change between now and our 10/11 sailing on Infinity, It's a good thing I have lost the 20+ pounds !

One thing I am glad to see is that they still have the roast tomato bisque, which is one of my all time favs !

Triton is correct about the Aqua Spa on the M-class ships. Many is the time I have wandered there while on the pool deck, only to return with an scrumpcious (sp?) dessert offering that is low cal....and wonderfully presented. This next voyage, Mrs. S has vowed to try them for lunch instead of the grill or buffet. I will accompany her, but the siren call of the bratwursts may be too much....we shall see.....
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YOU HAVE TO BE KIDDING!!!!!!!! It's EEL!!!!! I swear I'll leave the table if anybody orders it.. Ossa bucca is one of my favorite.. but I love their puttng another name to the eel
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OK, I'll admit to being challenged with fancy names for dishes......which one is the eel?
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We happen to like smoked eel. I don't care for much seafood, but love shell fish. Smoked eel is very good.

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I like smoked eel as well.

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I like all and any seafood including shellfish. My fave is smoked salmon!
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What about vegetarian options?
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There are always vegetarian options on the breakfast,lunch and dinner menus in the dining room. Plus lots of choices on the buffet. They're always very tasty-I've ordered the vegetarian option at dinner a few times-and I'm carnivorous!
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The Aqua Spa Cafe has really good selections too...and many are vegetarian.
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