Originally Posted by jilljill
Rather than go to Guest Services when you board to make sure they are aware of any food allergies, you are better off going to the 'dining changes' location, which is usually the main dining room in the atrium. That way you can talk to a head server/dining room manager and they will be able to answer any questions you have before going to dinner the first night. Not sure if they would be able to arrange your meal for that first evening or not but it's worth an ask.
Thanks did not know about dining room changes location will note this for next cruise. Another learning experience for first time cruisers. While talking over dinner tonight at home the wife and I have decided all other cruise lines are out. DCL does way too great of a job to take a chance on anyone else. GF chocolate soufflé for desert where else you gonna find that?