I hear the melty chocolate cake is pretty good. Other than that, I don't know too much.
Many people rave about the Chocolate Melting Cake. I would suggest asking for one that is a bit well-done. I've found that the consistency is lacking. I've had them from basically raw to extremely overdone.
If you are going on the 2.0 ships then the Guy's Burgers are pretty tasty along with the Fish and Chips.
The lamb shanks aren't too bad in the MDR.
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It has been awhile since I had a meal in a Carnival MDR that I actually had to exclaim "Wow"! The new menus have already become tired to me and I now prefer to eat at one of the grills. I haven't tried any of the upscale restaurants yet but I shall someday. Still, a cruise is a CRUISE!!
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I agree with others - the chocolate cake is really good, when it's done properly, and we enjoyed the steak in David's.
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