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  1. Hi there, are desserts included for lunch at Jamie's Italian (Harmony of the Seas)? Thank you in advance for your help!
  2. I've just spotted on another post someone referring to taking 'dessert to go' when dining at Chops/Giovanni's Table. When we were on Navigator for our first cruise, we dined at Chops and it was amazing! However, we were so full that I ordered the Red Velvet Cake and just had a couple of bites of it - in the name of research ? My husband refused to order one and so I didn't get to even try his! We're looking forward to our upcoming cruise on the newly-refurbed IOS and will definitely dine at Chops again. If we are again too full for dessert, should we/can we ask for dessert to go?
  3. Hi All, Thanks for taking the time to read the post and I appreciate any comments. On one of the podcast I believe Matt mentioned that under some circumstances it's possible to take some food from the main dining room back to your room to eat later (like if you aren't feeling great or something like that). Sometimes I'm too full for dessert but I eat it anyway because ... you can't miss out on dessert on a cruise! I was wondering if its possible to maybe take the dessert or something back to the room to enjoy later instead of eating it when I am so full. Similarly, at the specialty dinning restaurants I have heard the desserts are wonderful. Can you take a dessert for later from a specialty restaurant? Thanks again!
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