Not for foodies or health conscious -- terrible food!: Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Review by Tspoon
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Not for foodies or health conscious -- terrible food!
-Stale and poor quality bread.
-All meals bland, under seasoned, over cooked and dry
-aside from salmon which I had to eat two dinners in a row due to poor dinner selection, the other seafood not fresh
-as for windjammer buffet, it's cafeteria quality food. It's very difficult to find anything healthy to eat other than lettuce. I expected grand fruit displays and fresh shrimp, sea bass, cold summer salads. No! 2 small bowls of diced fruit daily. No shrimp. I sent back 3 meals in More the main dining room.
-i would have preferred to Eat in dining room for breakfast and lunch, but the hours are very limited. I also wait listed for my time dining and didnt get it. We struggled to get 2 seats alone in main dining room for breakfast as they want to seat you with 8 others
-gone are the midnight buffets. It was offered 2 nights of the 8 and It was so crowded i was basically run over by other guests. The windjammer is too small for this ship. The anytime snacks never varied. It was the same low quality pizza, hot dogs, burgers.
-the dining staff is often too busy clearing tables to attend to seated guests. 30 min to get a glass of wine at dinner.
-the gym was decent, but they charge you $12 for every Pilates, spin or yoga class and they are intro-beginner level and dont warrant the fee in my opinion. The gym was about 80 degrees and no fans and no water cooler.
-if you like your adult beverages, watch the bartenders. They were cutting my Stoli or Grey Goose vodka drinks with poor quality vodka.
-ON THE BRIGHT SIDE, the boat was clean, the ports of call (Bermuda, Boston, Newport) were great and departure from Baltimore was convenient. I think this is a possibly a good value for families with younger children. I will cruise again but on a more highly rated cruise line. Less
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