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Old 04-20-2007, 01:44 PM
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I agree 100% on the quality issue with NCL's food (actually the entire dinning experience). If the menu's mis-statement of the item was the only problem it would not have been a big deal. But I have had better food at Chili's than on NCL (not that I dislike Chili's but I expected better food on a cruise ship)

Chef Ken- What's wrong with Crawfish? a good crawfish boil would have been welcome. On the Dream, they set up a couple of weber BBQ grills on the pool deck and made grilled chicken/burgers every day. It was served buffet style. Just want I wanted, go on a cruise and stand in grill smoke for 10 mins trying to get a burnt piece of chicken.... A good cajun crawdad boil would have been better. Boil up a big kettle and just dump them right there on the deck...
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