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How often does RCCL change it's menus?

Not very often, although they do add some items when sailing from Great Britain for example. There are a few new menus floating around, but they haven't been implemented fleet-wide and the menus have been unchanged across my last few sailings over the past couple of years. Several menus are posted to this site for you to view.

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RC is in the midst of a fleet wide MDR change, that should be wrapped up by Q2 2017

Thanks, Matt! Since we don't sail until Oct, maybe we will see some of the changes on our upcoming cruise. I'll be sure to give an opinion when and if they do.

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Tempted to do the MDR the first full week of our B2B just to check out all the new menu changes and THEN swap to specialty dining the second week.

Why not alternate? Odd nights in the MDR and even nights in specialty venues during the first week and the opposite during the second week.

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That'd make too much sense.

As did you in your reply to me on the room service issue.

 

Regarding my advice here, I just realized that it may be flawed. Since you have different itineraries, the order of the menus might be different if formal night falls on different nights of each sailing, so double-check first.

 

I also highly recommend 150 Central Park.

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As did you in your reply to me on the room service issue.

 

Regarding my advice here, I just realized that it may be flawed. Since you have different itineraries, the order of the menus might be different if formal night falls on different nights of each sailing, so double-check first.

 

I also highly recommend 150 Central Park.

 

150 Central Park is a definite for us! We also LOVE Giovanni's Table, so we'll probably do that at least twice, plus hibachi at Izumi. Sabor seems like it'll be a lunch option for us, as well as swinging by for a quick roll or two at Izumi. 

 

Honestly, since neither of us are big meat eaters (I'm mostly vegan at home/pescetarian when I travel and Ryan leans away from red meat in general), we'll probably skip Chops altogether. Same for Samba Grill. 

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Honestly, since neither of us are big meat eaters (I'm mostly vegan at home/pescetarian when I travel and Ryan leans away from red meat in general), we'll probably skip Chops altogether. Same for Samba Grill. 

 

My wife isn't a huge red meat eater, either.  In fact, she only eats red meat about once per year and that's at Chops.  She likes their fillet and the braised short rib.  However, they also have some really good seafood options, so don't count them out.  I, for one, really like the scallops and their shrimp entree is yummy, too.  You could even just make a meal out of their sides.  Cheesy tots anyone?

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My wife isn't a huge red meat eater, either.  In fact, she only eats red meat about once per year and that's at Chops.  She likes their fillet and the braised short rib.  However, they also have some really good seafood options, so don't count them out.  I, for one, really like the scallops and their shrimp entree is yummy, too.  You could even just make a meal out of their sides.  Cheesy tots anyone?

 

OH! No, I know! I'm a sucker for their Crispy Goat Cheese Salad and Huckleberry Cheesecake, and I do enjoy their Tuna entree. But, when it comes down to it, we'd just pick GT over Chops just about any time. Maybe we'll go once, idk. It's a vacation and we'll do what we want. :) 

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OH! No, I know! I'm a sucker for their Crispy Goat Cheese Salad and Huckleberry Cheesecake, and I do enjoy their Tuna entree. But, when it comes down to it, we'd just pick GT over Chops just about any time. Maybe we'll go once, idk. It's a vacation and we'll do what we want. :)

FWIW, we did Giovanni's twice instead of going to Chops a second time because Giovanni's was simply better on the Allure in our experience, so I can't fault your logic.

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Matt, when do you think the MDR changes will start. Just curious if it will be in effect before our June Oasis cruise!

Yes, I would like to know also. Although this would cause some anguish with me as I have already chosen half of my meals from the menus posted online! There I go over planning again! :D 

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Matt, when do you think the MDR changes will start. Just curious if it will be in effect before our June Oasis cruise!

I have no definitive date to quote, but by all accounts June should be well into (or past) Q2 2017 so, yes, I would expect it to be in effect.

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RC is in the midst of a fleet wide MDR change, that should be wrapped up by Q2 2017

So the MDR menus across the fleet will be the same? Rotating of course, but you could have the same choice one night on Oasis as they due on Rhapsody?

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So the MDR menus across the fleet will be the same? Rotating of course, but you could have the same choice one night on Oasis as they due on Rhapsody?

That's been my experience, even when sailing in Europe. They may add a dish to cater to a large group of people (e.g., British), but the menu is largely the same.

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