Which is the best 'light option' at dinner?

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  1. Chandra C

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    I never knew this! I assumed it would be too much trouble for them to switch the side dishes with the large number people they are serving, I’m gonna keep this in mind for my upcoming cruise.
     
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  2. Donna3271

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    LOL!!! SO TRUE!!!
     
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  4. Sorcerer's Dad

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    My wife regularly ate salmon from the regular menu. Our server even brought her a dish of salmon along with the steak she ordered one night. He said she would probably like the salmon better - he was right. I enjoyed the steaks, and my wife doesn't eat much beef at home.
     
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    I have been able to get a plain, green salad (no dressing, croutons, cheese, olives, etc)
     
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    The mixed salad on the children's menu is quite good and fresh and with no croutons, cheese, olives, etc.
     
  7. sweetpee_1993

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    I like to order a dinner portion of whatever yummy salad is offered as an appetizer then add JUST a lighter note steak. No sides. I cut up the steak & put it on top of the salad. For dessert you can ask for a little bowl of fresh berries. That’s my go-to.
     
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