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Old April 17th, 2007, 09:17 PM
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If you've dined at Palo, please let me know if dinner there is included with your cruise package or if it's an additional cost.

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There was a sur charge for palos. I believe it was $10 per person, It was actually for the gratuity, not for the food.
Most still tip a little extra at the table, but of course that is up to you.
It is excellant, but allow at least an hour and a half for dinner, maybe a little longer.

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The surcharge is well worth it! I have told everyone who went on this cruise what a neat experience Palo was. We did the supper club on our Carnival cruise last May and were very let down after eating at Palo. The cost was much higher, and the food was not nearly as good. Won't do that again, but can't wait to make it back to Palo!!!
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Hey thanks for the info! Sounds like it will be worth the experience.
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Hi,

Palo is definitely worth the $10 surcharge. It is amazing! There was a chocolate dessert that was to die for!

Make your reservations before you leave for your cruise or immediately when you board - before lunch, before shore excursions. It books up very, very quickly.

Julia
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Kind of included you pay an additional $10 a head for Palos to cover the extra services. If you do afternoon tea there is $5 a head I think.

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Kind of included you pay an additional $10 a head for Palos to cover the extra services. If you do afternoon tea there is $5 a head I think.

Lindsay
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Hi,

Palo is definitely worth the $10 surcharge. It is amazing! There was a chocolate dessert that was to die for!

Make your reservations before you leave for your cruise or immediately when you board - before lunch, before shore excursions. It books up very, very quickly.

Julia
I wish we could. Cruising in September. All online Palo reservations are gone already!

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Old July 20th, 2007, 06:57 AM
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Palo is the little private restaurant on Deck 10 - aft - and it overlooks the water.

There is an additional charge of $10. pp, or more if you think your waiter is the greatest. Usually they are.

BUT - Brunch is so much better than dinner in my opinion.


BILL: you can still get to Palos. Once you board, go to Diversions and sign up then. They leave about 1/2 of the restaurant open on all times for the firsttimers to book once they get onboard.

But you have to do it - when you board - not wait.

They are on Deck 3 - the one you board on - right around the corner from Guest Services
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