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Old 04-27-2006, 07:35 PM
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Carnival uses the same menus fleet-wide.
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Dave 56, I looked on-line at a sample menu under Q & A of the full menu. Is it similar? Or is that just a sample idea of what it COULD be? Then, they serve something entirely different? Many of those sample menu item I can not even pronounce since I am a country boy and don't travel much outside the good old South USA. Turnip greens and cornbread, ya' know!
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Old 04-28-2006, 09:39 AM
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Rodney,

The sample menu is almost exactly what is presented aboard the ships. There are some occasional variations, but not much. Carnival is very programmed in just about every way. They announced a new culinary deal a while back, with a chef from London developing a new menu and training Carnival's chefs. I haven't heard a peep about it since the press release, so I don't know if they shelved it or what.

They use fancy names for the dishes, but it really isn't a complicated menu. Beef, chicken, shrimp, fish, lamb, pasta. And lobster tails on one night.

I have always been satisfied with Carnival's food, but I didn't start cruising with them until 2002.
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Those fancy names are what got me...I tried to look them up on the internet on a cooking site, and found some of them to be interesting. Maybe the fancy names are what makes it appeal more as on a special vacation! I look forward to this new dining experience. Thanks Dave56. Semper Fi.
 
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