Please.... Don't do it

I'm making an omlet at home.  Nice and easy.  I've read posts about complaints about variety.  Whatever you do... Don't get an omelet at the omelet station.  It's horrible and the waiting line is ridiculous.  Eat the buffet eggs and be done with it..  I post this because if your on Magic August 26.  I don't want you in front of me...... Dammmmm... Are those fresh cooked eggs anyway you want it fantastic.  Err... Meant horrible.... If you can spare maybe a 15 minuet wait.  I recommend it. Anyone agree that patience is  worth waiting?

Tags: Carnival Cruise Lines

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I had no problem with waiting in line for omelettes on the Carnival Inspiration.  And they were delicious!  The two Princess ships I was on I think had omelette stations but their locations were alway a mystery to me.  I saw the omelettes but had no idea where they came from and I never got around to asking.  NCL was easy to get omelettes.  Can't remember on HAL Amsterdam.

I didn't mind waiting in line for the Pig & Anchor BBQ on the Magic.  If it's something I like, I don't mind a bit of a wait. 

Those who gripe should try my hometown Mickey D's.  You're gonna have a long wait inside or drive through, and you're probably not gonna like the food either Surprised

 

Gave up on the clown awhile back which was hard because I liked the coffee

Meant omelette.  Me or my Fone kant spell

LOL!!

I agree; it's definitely worth waiting for. Last time, most mornings I did the omelette station. On Sea Days I like to do the brunch in the MDR. Those warm little pillowy soft popovers, slathered in butter, are absolutely...horrible! Wink

On the Princess you order with the chef by the oatmeal and they bring it to your table which is why you don;t see a line ...

 

Thanks for the info DebbiVi

Totally agree, i will go to the Lido for a quick something when i am up early, but even on port days, i go to the MDR, a different menu than on Seadays, but beats standing up waiting up waiting in line.

Totally agree, i will go to the Lido for a quick something when i am up early, but even on port days, i go to the MDR, a different menu than on Seadays, but beats standing up waiting up waiting in line.

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