Anthem of the Seas Cruise Review by mikegrip
- Sail Date: February 2016
- Destination: Southern Caribbean
As always the crux that Anthem seems to have is the food. We enjoyed not having the menus that we have seen at the other main restaurants on the traditional ships. A quick recap of where we ate:
American Icon: Good, out of the 4 probably our favorite
Chic: Split Personality-one evening was great but the second was meh
Grande: Good-no complaints and same quality as formal night in the mains of the traditionals
Silk-Panda express is better which is sad
Chops:If this was my first chops experience I would never go again-very chewy meat-everything was Garlicky which I don't remember from previous visits.
Jamies Italian: Fantastic-loved the boards and the Pasta was perfect
Wonderland: AMAZING (better be for the price though) it was great-do not be scared of the menu and just let the waiter take you through their choices.
Solarium Bistro:Baklava was great and the Kefta (which you get from the buffett). The mains were not memorable.
Windjammer-only breakfast and lunch but loved the variety and breads. Also loved the hand washing stations which I think was a saving grace on us being able to still use utensils/tongs when there was a noro problem on board
In the end I really debated between Very Good and Average and decided to compare it with other Royal cruises I have taken and say average due to the food quality, loved the variety, but quality was off. I am not considering the coming back early as that is out of control and we got a credit, and the norovirus problem was handled well and didn't feel limited (where as a case we had on Princess they shut down the buffet/wouldn't allow you to get drinks, etc).
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