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Old 01-20-2006, 01:31 PM   #166
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Does anyone have any pic's of the Liguine Carbonara from Palo's?
I only ask because when we ate there in Sept. I orderd it and it was literally swimming on oil/butter. It had a good taste, but couldn't eat it because it looked so horrible. The noodles were clumpy as well.
I am hoping this was a one time deal because it tasted really good and I would like to order it again, but it felt like my arteries were clogging by just looking at it!
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Old 01-20-2006, 01:59 PM   #167
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I have been looking forward to our cruise in Aug,
But after seeing the food I am having doubts.
I perfer more of the plain, all american foods than some of the fancy presentations.

The best of what I have seen have been some of the Kids meals. Based on some of pics of beef, its looks fatty.


I hope I am wrong, but this dosen't look good so far

You can always order off of the kids' menu, if you want to. And you can order something without sauce, too.

As for the meats, other than Palo, I thought the beef looked just okay, and my dh said only the filet was good. (Except Palo -- that filet was great.) But I thought the fish was excellent most days, and they always had good salads. Plus, you can always order a grilled chicken breast, no matter what else is being served.

And, of course, there are always the chicken fingers. The evil, evil, delicious chicken fingers.
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Old 01-20-2006, 04:45 PM   #168
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I don't have a pic or the Linguini Cabonara - our cruise in August - my wife ordered it when we ate at Palo during our cruise in August and it was done right - just a bit of the sauce at the bottom, pasta cooked just right.

CT_Tigger_Fan - there are several more plain offerings on the menu that are not in the main part of it - steak, chicken breast, and low fat/low carb offerings were there every night. Also, all our boys are on the cusp between the kids menu and adult menu - one of the DS 11 is a very fussy eater. If he saw something that caught his fancy but didn't want the sauce on it our servers - who were FANTASTIC - would make sure that brought it without the sauce. They even did wierd stuff for him like the filet from the adult menu with no sause and mac and cheese from the kids menu.
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Old 01-22-2006, 08:17 PM   #169
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what has happened to the photos hope to see more
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Old 01-24-2006, 11:53 AM   #170
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I like this one too. Your's looks better than mine.
From the last night of our 14 day repo cruise....
Which restaurant has the slipper on the dessert menu?? Does the Wonder have it?

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Old 01-24-2006, 12:41 PM   #171
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Which restaurant has the slipper on the dessert menu?? Does the Wonder have it?

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As far as I know it is not always on the menu. I think it was only on for the repo cruise.
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Old 01-24-2006, 01:50 PM   #172
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Subscribing--can't wait to see more yummy foods! (can we see more kids-menu options, tho?)

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Old 01-24-2006, 08:06 PM   #173
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Let have Dinner at Lumieres this evening!

Lets start off with:

Chilled Vichyssoise Soup, yummy



How about a:

Mixed Garden Salad



Now for my entree I had:

Roasted Duck with Apple Herb Stuffing


and DH enjoyed:

Garlic Roast Beef Tenderloin


Did we have room for dessert, sure we did and we had more than one!

Here is what I had:

White Chocolate Domes


DH choose his favorite dessert:

Honey and Cinnamon Apple Pie


And as an added bonus we decided to try:

Creme Brulee


We had a fabulous time a Lumieres and enjoyed the company of our table mates from Iowa. Dinner was delicious and very fulfilling. Yes we did go out for our evening snack, watch for pictures tommorrow!
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Old 01-26-2006, 03:01 PM   #174
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Old 01-26-2006, 05:02 PM   #175
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Here is what I had:

White Chocolate Domes
I saw this on the menu and it sounded good. Could you explain what exactly it is and if it was good!!

Looking forward to more of you great pictures !

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I know it was yummy. If I do recall it was soft, kind of cream and I think that there was chocolate filling. The raspberry sauce tasted good. Sorry I can't give you more information on this dessert.

I tried it, it tasted good and I ate it! Ok, ok, I licked the plate (just kidding).
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Old 01-28-2006, 10:30 PM   #177
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Here's some photos of the dessert buffet in Lumiere's:











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Old 01-29-2006, 08:30 AM   #178
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Thumbs up woah!



That's amazing! Is it All edible? What is it?
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I like this one too. Your's looks better than mine.
From the last night of our 14 day repo cruise....
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Which restaurant has the slipper on the dessert menu?? Does the Wonder have it?

TIA!
That dessert was called "The Chocolate Slipper" and it was served at the Prince and Princess Gala (the last night meal).
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Old 01-29-2006, 10:08 AM   #180
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Sweet Tea

This is a great thread. Only 10 weeks until we cruise.
My dd(16) just has to know if sweet tea is served at dinner.
Also, can you get grits and biscuits and gravy at breakfast?
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