glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

Is There Any Dish That You Wish Would Be on a Cruise Ship Menu?

Many of us have favorite dishes that we like to eat that never appear on a cruise line menu.  Do you you have a suggestion of such a dish that should be added to a cruise line menu?

Tags: Menu Cruise ship menu Special dishes

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glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

OK, I came up with cannoli?  We have made them at home but we have never seen them on a MDR menu. Or how about an Italian antipasto?  

cruznjan
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

Maybe they're there, but I haven't seen baby back ribs.

JusMe
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

 

I had baby back ribs on Carnival and they were GOOOOOOOD !

 

I would like to see more Sushi and and fresh pasta,   not boxed dry pasta.

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

I, too, have had baby back ribs on Carnival and they were so good. 

 

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

HAL has sushi at the lunch buffet - a whole station on Grand and World Voyages, less so on other sailing but still there.  I do not remember it being offered in the MDR.  Carnival used to have a great sushi station before dinner but i think they stopped that now. Then instead it seemed to me that they opened an Asian specialty restaurant.  

 

Freshly made pasta is always a treat.  We used to have a pasta machine and every Sunday we would make fresh pasta.  It was quick and easy.  If fact it took longer to clean the machine than it did to make the pasta. 

 

askeegan
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Beef Wellington!

Ewoodspark
Contributor Level: Captain

How about steak pudding, chips and mushy peas.

sweetliberty13
Contributor Level: Captain

I really need to sweeten up - so I would definitely opt for Carnival's chocolate lava cake.

noname111
Contributor Level: Captain

Veal Saltimbocca is a fav of mine but I've not seen it on a ship.

 

Ewoodspark
Contributor Level: Captain

Do you not feel guilty eating young calves?

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