Grab and Go Food

On-board Carnival, do the sit down restaurants allow you to take food to go?

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Never tried! i do know that sometimes folks take a dinner to the cabin for their cabin mate that was too ill to come to dinner. Good question, I hope someone has a good answer.

On our 2nd Cruise we had some rough seas, and sitting in the very back of the dining room next to a huge window where you could see the horizon moving up and down didn't help my hubby out.. He left shortly after he ordered his food. The waiter gave me his whole meal to go. He felt bad that he missed the meal and said that it was no problem if he continued to feel sick, he would continue to give me his meals.. the seas eventually got smoother and hubby was able to eat the rest of the trip in the MDR.. so just ask!

We were way too full to have our dessert at one of the specialty restaurants and they brought it to us all wrapped up to go so we could have it later!

We were able to take our dinner to our stateroom from the MDR on MSC.

On the Vista each night our wait staff would bring us dessert to the table and then pack us up a separate one for later.

Never really thought about it. Have, on rare occasions, seen folks with actual meals in elevators probably heading back to their cabins. Always thought it was kind of tacky, but clearly there are legitimate reasons to do it. FWIW, have seen signs near the buffet that food wasn't to be removed on some NCL ships.

Never experienced such an incident or needed to do so. I ,personally, would use room service if i were unable to go to the MDR.

Yes and this is not new. I've been cruising since I was 5 years old and have unfortunately had to spend some time on a cabin, most recently because of a sinus infection (long story). Long story short, I was so dehydrated that I couldn't even get out of bed to use the bathroom let alone go out and mingle. So my family told the wait staff what was going on and not only did they send me food, but they also sent me saltines and drinks to help settle my stomach. I finally was able to muster up the strength to go to the infirmary, and was told that my suspicion was correct (and what I had tried to tell my doctor back home): I had a Sinus Infection and I was able to get Amoxicillin to help me get better (I was almost better by the time I got home!). Every night I was sent food to help me feel better!

Good stuff...shows what an actually attentive staff/crew can do.

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