Discussion in 'Royal Caribbean International' started by earl_m, Apr 1, 2008.
Is the menu at night the same for the windjammer and the main dining room.
Basically..........just a few things in the dining room,you cant get in the WJ(escargot,shrimp cocktail,lobster,to name a few),but there is a nice selection.............
I know that on HAL its the same menu both places each night, Just that on the lido its more casual
Well, RCCL is not HAL......so no, the menu is not 100% the same...........
PH is right Earl....not really close to being the same menu. They have cut back on the quality of food in the Windjammer over the last few years. Most of it is kept warm on a steam table....including steaks.
Best bet is getting the pasta made to order...now that is really good..........sometimes they also have stir fry made to order too...............
It's mostly all cheap food though.
hey,but if not for the WJ,how could I skip outta the dining room the last night and not pay my tips???
Most cruise lines closes the casual dining area on the last night, just for that reason.
I was just kidding..........but RCCL does not close the WJ the last night.......they did a few years back,but not anymore,,
Even if it is the same food, it sits under a heat lamp. Might as well stay home and go to Luby's
[quote Jim]Even if it is the same food, it sits under a heat lamp. Might as well stay home and go to Luby's[/quote]You think the food in the dining room comes piping hot outta the oven?? =huh
Heck no! But it is not sitting around for hours being heated by a lamp. Comes down to timing....Have done the kitchen tour and it is ready before the seating is done, (second seating) but the WJ stuff is done and waiting before first seating.
But your point is well taken.
We walked thru the WJ on Thursday night (Western Caribbean cruise) just to see what they had. We had reservations for Chops later that evening.
It looked like New York strip steaks cut to order - yes under a heat lamp, BUT - it looked delicious!!!!! Wish we had tried some. We put that on our list of things to do next cruise. We did eat at WJ on a previous cruise one evening, and it was great. They did have shrimp cocktail on that trip - all you can eat, but of course you had to get it yourself. DARN!
On the bright side - I worked off a few calories on the walk to and fro.