Royal Caribbean’s New Dinner Menus: What’s Changed
While I’ve been posting a lot of menu changes across every cruise line lately, none have been more highly anticipated (and dreaded by many) than Royal Caribbean’s new main dining room (MDR) dinner menus. Most nights will feature foods from a certain region and gone are the “classic” options available every night. There will no longer be a separate vegan menu, as there will be one vegan starter, entree, and dessert available on the regular menu each night (vegetarians will also have to order the vegan entree as there isn’t usually a separate vegetarian entree). You’ll also note that guests will be limited to one complimentary Maine lobster tail on “Royal Night.” While you can order additional servings, each will incur a cost of $16.99.
The new menus will first appear on Symphony and Wonder of the Seas, but will be rolled out fleet-wide by the end of February.
Royal Caribbean’s New Dinner Menus 2023
So…here are the menus. The order will vary depending on ship, cruise length, and itinerary, so be sure to check the app or the dining rooms once onboard.
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Royal Caribbean’s New Kids Dinner Menu
And with that…
Today’s Bonus Cruising Tip
I ALWAYS buy travel insurance (especially during these uncertain times) to cover my cruises, but I NEVER purchase it through Royal Caribbean. It costs more and usually covers less than policies you purchase on your own. I go through sites like travelinsurance.com to compare plans and prices and get the best deal for the coverage I want. Spend less on insurance and spend more on excursions, special onboard cruise experiences and…future cruises!
Homework (10 points): What do you think of the new menus? Share your thoughts or questions to the comments!
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