We all know that as cruising begins to resume many things are going to look quite different. Do you think the days of self-service cruise ship buffets are gone forever? If so, will you miss them?
Is the cruise ship buffet gone forever?
Buffet and self serve were becoming questionable before covid. Now I think the self serve buffet is a thing of the past but a full serve buffet is still a viable option and I suspect it will still be there. Maybe not right up front but as soon as everything settles in.
Agreed...and THAT my friend got me to thinking...always dangerous..the fly in the ointment....hmmmmmm
So much of self serve has changed since we first started cruising. More changes are in store. I just want to be able to cruise safely and this is a small price to pay.
I just need a vacation...
I totally agree, let us get back on the water !!!
I’ll just bring my own plate from home. Technically it’s a serving platter, but that’s semantics.
From the YouTube's that I watch on the cruise lines that have started back up in Europe, the Buffet is still going strong, you are served, more like a cafeteria, mask on and no eating until you are seated at a table with only your travel party. I'm good with that. I like that the person in front of me can't squeeze every roll till they find the one that feels good to them.
There was a Buffet near the house that I used to go to often (I eat healthy and my friend eats does not. I could get a large salad as he filled his plate with deep fried foods and carbs) Even before Covid I would not go to the buffet during cold and flu season.
I won't miss the congested lines on Embarkation Day!
I don't prescribe to any "new normal" nonsense. But I think making the buffet line "served" isn't really a bad idea anyway. Our local buffet restraunt transitioned early on, and it's really pretty much the same - you just point and they hand it to you.