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Old 01-23-2013, 08:07 PM   #31
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Didn't go to Palo or Remy - but our vote is Cabanas for the buffet and Enchanted Garden for the dinners. (except the night where Animators Palate animates your drawing - that was the BEST night!) We had a window seat in EG so that might have swayed our vote. I'd say Royal Court was our least fav.
I think you hit on something there. EG was our least favorite but RC was our favorite. We had a window seat at RC and sat in the busy isle at EG.
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Old 01-23-2013, 08:19 PM   #32
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Mine was probably Anamators palate loved how you had the same exact waiter the whole time u where on the cruise felt like u were at home!!!!!!!!!!💗💗💗💗💗💗💗
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:16 PM   #33
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I don't know if it's because I'm never hungry or what but I always find the MDR food just "eh". I've told my family that if I don't see much on the menu then I'm heading to Cabana's after we eat. I DO consider myself a "foodie". Just never seem satisfied at an MDR. And I'm the one always ordering escargot. Go figure.
What type of things did they have at cabanas for dinner?
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What type of things did they have at cabanas for dinner?
Cabanas at night has the menu items from the other resturants. Very convenient and a great option as we were not that into the main dining rooms and preferred the adult only resturants. (Although our next cruise we may try the regular dining rotation.) We took the kids to Cabanas most nights on the Dream and we would have multiple waiters getting the kids what they wanted VERY QUICKLY from all of the menus. We would have a drink and maybe an appetizer, then take the kids to the clubs while we went to Palo or Remy.
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