First let me say that the staff were professional and courteous.
You should figure the cost of the specialty dining package in your expenses. The Q'Sine, a 'tapas' style restaurant was very good and a lot of fun. The Lawn Grill was excellent. It was the best steak on the Silouhette. The service and ambience were amazing. Murano is a french style cuisine with table-side plating. We had the Château Briand for two, and it was delicious. The only bad meal that I had was in the Tuscan Grill.
I had ordered 'The Steak', only to find out that in order to get a decent steak I would have to pay another fifteen dollars (approx.) when the"Standard Celebrity Fine Dining Steak" was served, I thought it was a steak soup in grease. I mean really, Celebrity? If I did not have a show to make, I would have sent it back and asked for a refund or credit.
Next, concerning "A cafeteria by any other name is still a cafeteria", was a hit or miss. One particularly annoying incident was my 3 day attempt to get a scrambled egg. The first day the eggs were watery and cold. I mention this to the chef with the understanding that 'if you don't know it is broke, you cannot fix it.' Day two was déjà vu. I spoke with a floor general with the same lip service. On day three I came to the obvious conclusion. If in three tries you cannot make an egg, or manage others making eggs try another career.
The same went for the oatmeal in the caféteria. Watery.
Do not expect to get the quality dining that Celebrity was known for prior to acquisition by Royal Caribbean without paying significantly more to have a good dining experience.
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