Celebrity Summit: Celebrity Summit Cruise Review by adlrc
Overall Member Rating
Destination: Southern Caribbean
Embarkation: San Juan
the Summit dining room was terrible - The chef Jacque Van Stadennow make the menu for all the ships and it is horrible. Breakfast was a nigtmare, unless you like eting Heinz Bake beans, powered eggs and fake sausage - everything is controlled portions and the attendants are not friendly - I ate watered down oatmeal for seven days and the coffee was bitter and way too strong - the buffet was the same every night, asian noodles and indian curry laiden food. The pasta was ok but the sauces were horrible -
We sent more food back to the dining room kitchen than we ate - it amounted to a baked potatoe every night for dinner. my hiusband became so outraged one night when dessert was deliverd - it was suppose to be crepe suzette, but even the matrre D could not identify it - then my husband let loose and got pretty loud and then other people joined in - the next night the restaurant More manager came to our table with
antipaste and caprese salad and lot of lobsters - it did not make up for all the uncooked food, like chicken, scallops, pork and veal that was done so poorly, no taste and looked and tasted bad. the chef put frog legs in the potatoe soup, covered food in curry and saffron everynight and put rice under all the meat, every night. we miss the great meals that Chef Michael Roux created for Celebrity, This chef Van Standon is terrible....
The ship pool area is falling apart - tile is loose or off around the pool - hadrails are splintered and the doors are dirty
The service food area at the pool is terrible - we had to wait 25 to 30 minutes to get a turkey burger.
They were sarcastic and rude.
The bar servers were nice and finally got attentive after three days aboard.
Room steward was good
Celebrity needs to correct alot of problems - if your goal was to become equal or less than Royal CAribean (your owner) you have achieved it. I was one of your best promoters, but now feel like a fool, I took 18 friends aboard the Summit and no one wants to go back again. Less