Terrible service. Here’s a story that perfectly illustrates food service aboard the Epic: My daughter is not a fan of breakfast food, so one day we slept late and decided to get an early lunch. There is one restaurant onboard that is supposed to serve lunch at 11:00 AM – O’Sheehan’s. We went down at about 10:55 AM, stood in line, and put our name in for lunch. We were seated and given breakfast menus, and our waiter came to ask for our drink order. We then told him the drinks we wanted and asked for lunch menus. He looked at us liked we’d grown two heads. (There’s a lot of that judgmental attitude from the crew on this ship!) The waiter told us they were still switching from breakfast to lunch and that it would be a few minutes. We told him that was fine. We noticed other diners around us ordering lunch food, but they were also ordering alcohol. The waiter had to get their alcohol, and that meant he could also get a tip from them when they cashed out. We continued to wait. Finally at 11:25, we ordered lunch from the restaurant that, according to their own materials, had been serving lunch since 11 AM. Our food did not arrive until 11:45! Again, other diners received more attention because their meal included alcohol. My daughter had ordered a burger and wanted mayonnaise on it, but the waiter dropped it off and disappeared. After waiting another 10 minutes, I went to the hostess desk and asked them for mayo. It was a full hour from arrival until we could actually start eating! If you’re prepared for that kind of delay and don’t mind the attitude, or if you’re a drinker, you should be fine on Epic.