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We are sailing on Anthem in July and I'm looking for reviews/thoughts on the sushi class and the bottemless galley brunch.  My husband is a foodie so I thought I'd surprise him with one.  

Is there one that you would do over the other?  

TIA

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41 minutes ago, Krsoci_5519 said:

We are sailing on Anthem in July and I'm looking for reviews/thoughts on the sushi class and the bottemless galley brunch.  My husband is a foodie so I thought I'd surprise him with one.  

Is there one that you would do over the other?  

TIA

I haven't done either, but I've read great reviews of the sushi making class and mixed reviews of the galley tour brunch.

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1 hour ago, DocLC said:

I haven't done either, but I've read great reviews of the sushi making class and mixed reviews of the galley tour brunch.

I'm not sure if your husband has ever been in a commercial kitchen before. if so, it's just another big kitchen. It's just on a ship. Although, if that's his thing, then go for it. I have heard good things about the sushi class as DocLC has said.

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9 hours ago, Matt said:

I've heard glowing reviews about both.  The sushi making class offers a lot  of food, so come hungry.

Sounds like a research opportunity for the blog, Matt. 

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13 hours ago, DocLC said:

Sounds like a research opportunity for the blog, Matt. 

I'd have to send @monorailmedic.  I don't eat shrimp or crab, which nearly all of the sushi you make is comprised of.  Granted, he is a vegetarian, but he's been known to compromise his values when it comes to sushi

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1 hour ago, Matt said:

I'd have to send @monorailmedic.  I don't eat shrimp or crab, which nearly all of the sushi you make is comprised of.  Granted, he is a vegetarian, but he's been known to compromise his values when it comes to sushi

I'll be awaiting my booking confirmation.

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3 hours ago, Matt said:

I'd have to send @monorailmedic.  I don't eat shrimp or crab, which nearly all of the sushi you make is comprised of.  Granted, he is a vegetarian, but he's been known to compromise his values when it comes to sushi

A sushi loving vegetarian? I guess for the right reasons he can lower himself to a pescatarian from time to time! :10_wink:

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We had friends who did the sushi class on Jewel of the Seas and they loved it.  The benefit is we met them for lunch after their class and we got to eat some of it too! It apparently is a lot of food.

Have fun!

 

Lynn

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We have the Bottomless Galley Brunch booked on Allure and we are both really looking forward to it, but I would personally really like to book the sushi class. This might turn in to a "book it and inform later" kind of activity.

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2 hours ago, klaconqueso said:

We have the Bottomless Galley Brunch booked on Allure and we are both really looking forward to it, but I would personally really like to book the sushi class. This might turn in to a "book it and inform later" kind of activity.

That goes under the category of, it's better to ask for forgiveness, than permission. You'll get used to the concept, once your married. :14_relaxed:

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6 minutes ago, FManke said:

That goes under the category of, it's better to ask for forgiveness, than permission. You'll get used to the concept, once your married. :14_relaxed:

Also the category of, if you don't want to hear the answer, don't ask the question. 

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1 hour ago, rjac said:

Also the category of, if you don't want to hear the answer, don't ask the question. 

This is the bucket that "hey honey I booked a cruise" falls in to. 

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On 5/16/2017 at 1:32 AM, Matt said:

I've heard glowing reviews about both.  The sushi making class offers a lot  of food, so come hungry.

Excellent... Keryn and I have both the brunch and Sushi making activities booked for our New Years cruise which we are really looking forward to. 

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10 minutes ago, klaconqueso said:

Convincing him to take more than one cruise a year can be a challenge sometimes. I need to come up with a power point template for this in the future... 

On one of the Seinfeld episodes, Elaine converts a gay man to "her team", Jerry asked her how she could possibly do that. She put her hands on her head, shook her booty and replied "Because I am a w-o-m-a-n, boom chicka chicka boom!"  I don't think you'll  need a power point template.:3_grin:

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32 minutes ago, klaconqueso said:

Convincing him to take more than one cruise a year can be a challenge sometimes. I need to come up with a power point template for this in the future... 

It's doable, especially after kids if they're in your future. 

We used to cruise every other year. Land vacation, then cruise. After the kid, it became or annual vacation, and now it's a twice a year deal as cruising is just more convenient with s cold especially with the kids clubs. 

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