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Old May 29th, 2008, 09:06 PM
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I have a question...is it rude to order more than one entree or appetizer in the main dining room or anywhere? I am sooo looking forward to thia trip
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Heck NO.........go for it.......most people do............(and dont forget more than one dessert too)
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They will expect it:):) At least from my hubby...while you are at it, please
order me a shrimp cocktail! Enjoy your cruise!
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I have a question...is it rude to order more than one entree or appetizer in the main dining room or anywhere? I am sooo looking forward to thia trip
I personally never done it but heck, I've seen others do it. Go for it.

If you get a funny waiter and you are indecisive between two dinners he may bring you both anyways.

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Go for it!!!

I have done it in the past and I'm sure I'll do it again.
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Especially when it's Prime Rib and Lobster night. Many times there are things on the menu you can't get at normal places to eat. Try as much as you like.
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Wife and I sometimes order an entree to share, in addition to our order. Just move the bread plate and VOILA...room for a nice dish of pasta!
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haha funny this topic came up

On my first cruise on rime rib night when I ordered I said to go ahead and put a second one on for me. Well when they brought out the first one I knew I was in trouble...it was huge

but as for your question
You can order anything and everything off the menu, youcan even order stuff that isn't on the menu...just ask!
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On Lobster night you can also order surf and turf.....My husband is in heaven that night!
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