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Old 03-05-2013, 04:40 PM   #1
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Breakfast?

Just wondering what our breakfast options are on the Wonder as far as restaurants, room service, and seating. Does Disney give us a breakfast time or do we mosy in whenever? I believe they give us a time on the last day. Do breakfast times and locations differ on CC/Cozumel days vs sea days?

What about lunch on sea days?


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Just wondering what our breakfast options are on the Wonder as far as restaurants, room service, and seating. Does Disney give us a breakfast time or do we mosy in whenever? I believe they give us a time on the last day. Do breakfast times and locations differ on CC/Cozumel days vs sea days?

What about lunch on sea days?


Breakfast is served in Beach Blanket Buffet, Parrot Cay (buffet), and Triton's (sit down). Each location will have their own hours for serving, with Triton's and PC having shorter hours than BBB. You can eat anytime during those hours. Breakfast the last day is based on your dining time (early, usually 6:30; and late, usually 8:00). Generally breakfast hours may vary on port days vs sea days.

Room service is 24/7, but the breakfast options are not hot foods, here's the menu for that:
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The Navigator (newsletter delivered to your stateroom each night) will have a list of what's open when for lunch, as well as for breakfast.

If you don't want to do the assigned breakfast time the last day, the BBB will be open.
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Breakfast times and lunch times vary day to day. Breakfast may start earlier if you are in port early; occasionally, they'll do brunch in the sit down restaurant (on the Wonder - Triton's) on a sea day rather than breakfast and lunch seatings, so they start a little later. Sometimes Parrot Cay is not open for breakfast/lunch. Each day, on the back page of the Navigator, it will list the restaurant operating hours. Breakfast (except for the last morning) and lunch are open seating so you can go whenever you want during those operating hours.
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I am a breakfast person and I found the best breakfast was in the buffet where they would make an omelet while I waited. The sit down breakfast as like an expensive restaurant and not a good mom and pop breakfast place. The room service was ... room service. The breakfast buffet was the way to go for me.
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Breakfast is served in Beach Blanket Buffet, Parrot Cay (buffet), and Triton's (sit down). Each location will have their own hours for serving, with Triton's and PC having shorter hours than BBB. You can eat anytime during those hours. Breakfast the last day is based on your dining time (early, usually 6:30; and late, usually 8:00). Generally breakfast hours may vary on port days vs sea days.

Room service is 24/7, but the breakfast options are not hot foods, here's the menu for that:
Thank you for the photo of what we can order. There's something special about room service even if its just a bagel. I'll make sure to bring plenty of ones for tipping.
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The Navigator (newsletter delivered to your stateroom each night) will have a list of what's open when for lunch, as well as for breakfast.

If you don't want to do the assigned breakfast time the last day, the BBB will be open.
What time are the Navigators delivered?

That's good that BBB will be open the last day. We've got early seating for dinner. A 6:30 breakfast sounds terrible. I'm guessing the latest we could eat would be about 8 am. Don't they need us all off between 9-10?
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Breakfast times and lunch times vary day to day. Breakfast may start earlier if you are in port early; occasionally, they'll do brunch in the sit down restaurant (on the Wonder - Triton's) on a sea day rather than breakfast and lunch seatings, so they start a little later. Sometimes Parrot Cay is not open for breakfast/lunch. Each day, on the back page of the Navigator, it will list the restaurant operating hours. Breakfast (except for the last morning) and lunch are open seating so you can go whenever you want during those operating hours.
Thats exactly what I was wondering. So sea days provide a little variety.

Has anyone ever had to wait to be sat? Is one restaurant more popular than the others for certain meals?
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I am a breakfast person and I found the best breakfast was in the buffet where they would make an omelet while I waited. The sit down breakfast as like an expensive restaurant and not a good mom and pop breakfast place. The room service was ... room service. The breakfast buffet was the way to go for me.
I love fresh to order omelettes especially if they'll make it with one egg. I like to try a little of everything. I too prefer good mom and pop breakfast places like the kind with homemade scones and real butter.
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Has anyone ever had to wait to be sat? Is one restaurant more popular than the others for certain meals?
We usually do the buffet for breakfast, but on the few occasions we've visited the MDR's at breakfast time, we've always been seated immediately.
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What time are the Navigators delivered?

That's good that BBB will be open the last day. We've got early seating for dinner. A 6:30 breakfast sounds terrible. I'm guessing the latest we could eat would be about 8 am. Don't they need us all off between 9-10?
On your last day everyone needs to be totally out of their cabin by 8am, and everyone off the ship by 9am. Hope this helps.
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We usually do the buffet for breakfast, but on the few occasions we've visited the MDR's at breakfast time, we've always been seated immediately.
Thank you. DS loves buffets. The breakfast buffet sounds perfect.

I'm guessing the MDRs have eggs Benedict and the like where the buffet is more scrambled eggs and waffles. Do they serve Mickey waffles?
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On your last day everyone needs to be totally out of their cabin by 8am, and everyone off the ship by 9am. Hope this helps.
That does, thank you. And no room service that morning, correct?
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That does, thank you. And no room service that morning, correct?
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