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Old 11-30-2005, 08:07 PM
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How's the food on Enchantment of the Seas? What kinds of entrees are served? What's your favorite???
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How's the food on Enchantment of the Seas? What kinds of entrees are served? What's your favorite???
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Old 12-02-2005, 04:23 PM
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I find it hard to believe nobody has sailed on Enchantment or have any feelings on the food served.... let's hear your thoughts?
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Well....I sailed on Enchantment in 1998. Does that count? We thought the food was absolutely wonderful.
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Sailed on the Enchantment on it's first cruise in July after she was stretched. I thought the food was great. The main dining room had the typical selections steaks, fish , seafood,pastas. The new Market Place for the buffets had wonderful selections and variety.
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Was on Enchantment in August. I thought the dinners in the My Fair Lady dining room held their own. Very tasty, good portions. Not a thing to complain about.

The windjammer was decent food. A nice variety of options. My only minor complaint was that it basically was the same stuff every day. So if you eat most of your meals there (breakfast and lunch, and maybe a snack), you might start to get tired of the same options. I know I did by about day 5 of my 7 night cruise. Our last full day at sea it was packed for lunch, so we ended up in the My Fair Lady for lunch. It was much longer - since it was a sit down instead of buffet - but it gave you some additional options for meals. In the future, I would probably do that a couple more times for lunch just to add some variety.
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