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kflynn04 12-01-2008 05:52 AM

I have just read over the MSC reviews and am a bit flummoxed. Just how is the food presented, offered, available in the Caribbean. I have two teenage sons and food is key.

penny3333 12-03-2008 01:41 PM

We haven't sailed on MSC, but would assume it would be like all the other cruise lines. You have a main dining room or a buffet to choose from. They may also have a specialty restaurant or two. They may also have a pizzeria. They should have a grill out by the pool. The main dining area has linen table clothes, china, silverware, and a more formal atmosphere. You are presented a menu with selections for appetizers, soups, salads, and entrees. The buffet is a buffet, salads, cold cuts, hot entrees, soups, breads, deserts, drinks. The grill is usually hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, and sausages. The pizzeria will have different types of pizza. They may have a frozen gelato machine. The drink stands will have the free drinks available, usually coffee, tea, some type of punch (breakfast will have juices). Your children should be able to find plenty on board to eat.

janronk 12-07-2008 03:33 PM

does anyone know of a cruise line that is latex free, especially in cooking. also does anyone know of one that is peanut/nut safe? my husband and i usesd to take 2 to 3 cruises a year, now because of these allergies, we can not. the cruise kitchen would have to be latex/rubber free as would it,s water supply. we miss cruises so much and have been traveling all over by plane.

kflynn04 01-01-2009 06:23 PM

Good luck with this. We were just on a cruise that had a minor outbreak of Norovirus. They responded quickly and thoroughly and seemed to contain it but it did mean that all the food staff had latex gloves on, even for water glasses and napkins. (peanut butter around too).

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Originally posted by janronk:
does anyone know of a cruise line that is latex free, especially in cooking. also does anyone know of one that is peanut/nut safe? my husband and i usesd to take 2 to 3 cruises a year, now because of these allergies, we can not. the cruise kitchen would have to be latex/rubber free as would it,s water supply. we miss cruises so much and have been traveling all over by plane.


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