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Old October 14th, 2003, 08:19 PM
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Default Emerald Room on the Glory

Can anyone tell me what is offered on their menu? Is it well worth the additional
$25 pp charge?
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Old October 18th, 2003, 04:59 PM
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Default Re: Emerald Room on the Glory

Below is the menu. I think it is worth it.

Starters
Shrimp Cocktail
Mississippi Delta Shrimps with American Cocktail Sauce

Alaskan Salmon Trio
Gravlaks, Smoked Salmon Tartar and Salmon Sushi Roll

New England Crab Cakes
On Roasted Pepper Remoulade

Beef Carpaccio
Sliced Raw Beef Tenderloin with Shaved Parmesan Cheese on Marinated Mache Lettuce

Lobster Bisque
with Vintage Cognac Fleuron and Fresh Cream

Marinated Maple Leaf Duck Breast
Served on a Star Fruit Chutney

Baked Onion Soup "Les Halles"
A Parisian Classic

Salads
Classic Caesar Salad
Hearts of Romaine Lettuce, Prepared at Your Table

Baby Leaf Spinach and Fresh Mushrooms
With Blue Cheese, Warm Bacon Dressing

Side Dishes
Baked Potatoes with Trimmings
Sauteed Fresh Mushrooms with Wild Herbs
Yukon Gold Mash with Horseradish
Grilled Fresh Vegetables in Season
Creamed Spinach with Garlic
Golden Skillet Potatoes
Entrées
About our Steaks
Hand Selected USDA Prime Beef and Dry Aged to our Specifications; Simply the Best Beef Available and Perfectly Cooked

Broiled N.Y. Striploin Steak
14 oz. of the Favorite Cut for the Steak Connoisseur

Classic Porterhouse Steak
Combines the full Flavor of Strip Loin with the Tenderness of Tenderloin: 18 oz. of the Best from Both Worlds

Broiled Filet Mignon
9 oz. for the True Gourmet, Delicious Melt-in-Your-Mouth Flavor

Crab Claws from Joe's Stone Crab Restaurant
Carnival is proud to be the only cruise line to offer its guests stone crab claws from Joe's Stone Crab Restaurant, the signature entree from Miami Beach's premier restaurant. Served cold with either drawn butter or Joe's renowned mustard sauce, these Florida delicacies are savored by presidents, royalty and discriminating diners everywhere.

Whole Dover Sole Meuniere
Pan-Fried and Served With Beurre Noisette

Broiled South African Lobster Tail
Served With Drawn Butter

Broiled Free Range Chicken Breast
With Blackberry - Port Wine Reduction

Grilled Lamp Chops
Double-Cut Lamp Chops Served on Five Bean Cassoulet and Rosemary Jus

Broiled Provimi Veal Chop
Center-Cut from the Highest Grade of Milk-Fed Veal

Sauces Available
Sauce Bernaise
Wild Mushroom Sauce
Natural Jus
Dessert
Warm Flourless Chocolate Cake
Served with Homemade Ice Cream

Symphony of Cheesecakes
Maple Walnut, Raspberry, Lime, Chocolate and Traditional

Trio of Creme Brulée
Served with Sugar Tuiles and Phyllo Cigar

Tarte Tatin
Served with Homemade Truffle Nut Ice Cream

Selection of International Cheeses
Beverages
Freshly Brewed Coffee, Regular or Decaffeinated
Espresso, Cappuccino
Tea and Herbal Teas
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Old October 23rd, 2003, 11:12 PM
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If it's anything like David's Supper Club on the Pride, it is worth every penny of the $25/pp surcharge...outstanding food. The regular dining room was also excellent, but it couldn't compare to David's!
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Old October 30th, 2003, 12:07 PM
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I have heard that unlike the dining rooms on the Glory each entree is 25 dollars. Is this true? I usually eat more than one entree per meal. What can I say I love food. :O)

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Old December 18th, 2003, 10:59 AM
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Worth the money. Very quiet. Great ambiance. Many "compliments" served between your menu selection. Servings were good size and no need for extra.
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Old December 31st, 2003, 12:04 PM
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its worth it, its worth it!!! My wife dies for stone crabs. That would be the main reason for her to book this line. But - everything sounds delicious.
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Old July 14th, 2004, 09:16 AM
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Default Re: Re: Emerald Room on the Glory

If you order a steak in the Emerald dining room, can you order a lobster - on the side?

Is there dancing?

Would it be crowded on Captain's dinner night?

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