From the descriptions I've read on DCL website, it sounds like Cabanas serves you at the table for dinner. Is that right? I always thought it was a buffet all the time. It mentions serving items from the other restaurant menues. Really? Are the choices limited (I would imagine.) We've never eaten at Cabanas for dinner because we enjoy the dinner menues and other restaurants, but on this next cruise we'll have a 3 month old and a 2 year old (in addition to our 4, 7, and 8 yr old) that won't make it easy to sit through a long dinner or get dressed up! It would be awesome if we could experience good food without changing for dinner or taking 90 minutes to eat. What's the real scoop?