Windjammer Marketplace on Odyssey of the Seas

4.5
(4 Reviews)

Enjoy great food and spectacular views in this casual buffet restaurant featuring delicious global cuisine including salads, soups, sandwiches and burgers, meat-carving and hot entrees, as well as cookies, cakes, and pastries for dessert.

The Details

Cost: Included

4 Windjammer Marketplace Reviews

5.0

by Mandatee2

The food was so outstanding really and the staff went out of their way all the time to be sure that we had everything we could desire and refilled our drinks frequently as well as in general just showing their friendly helpful natures to us all. Not one time did we sit their and a main crew person, not wait staff didnt' come check on our our visit was going and it made us feel so special. Love the teamwork of these people in this area, they made it fun and really were proud of EVERYTHING they were serving and they have a right to be our best moments at sea were held in this room sampling so much great food, BEST experience foodwise of ANY cruise line I have experienced. The desserts they offer are just over the moon amazing, so many options and you can choose healthy choices as well for your sweet fix, but, they really went above and beyond to make the whole experience VISUALLY amazing as much as it was delicious! Top NOTCH and can't way to experience it again!

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3.0

by zazz

Not happy here. First closed at 3PM. Food was not great meats whether chicken or pork were often dry even pork breakfast sausage was dry one morning. Some meat pieces were all fat, some pieces I spit out. Many things I tried I didn't eat. I love peas, I eat them plain without any seasoning when at home but the peas here I couldn't eat. The selection wasn't very good and didn't change much from day to day. When I cruise I usually gain a lot of weight. Not this time. If your a foodie and you like to cook good gourmet food at home I don't think you will be happy here. This was not enjoyable as the Windjammer on other RCCL ships I've sailed.

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5.0

by richardfaber

It was well organized and clean.The staff was very accommodating and helped wherever they could.The food was pre plated for you to get and if not,there was staff to serve you.

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5.0

by sgmbeyerl

Wow! Until I walked into the Windjammer Cafe, my experience with cruise ship buffets was limited to Carnival and MSC. I’ll be honest, I was giddy! I went there just after embarkation so we were still docked. I couldn’t help myself, I had to FaceTime my wife, who, unfortunately, was not on this cruise with me. I showed her the entire layout and had to go back to the desert bar again after our daughter joined her. My travel partner didn’t like buffets, so we only ate there a couple times. I’m going back with my wife next week (yes, two weeks later) and we will be eating there a lot more frequently. The quality of the food was excellent. The choices were extensive. And the service was outstanding! And, if you like Indian food, do yourself a favor and get some! Then, sample the amazing deserts! The reason that my travel partner was willing to go the first day was because it was a Sunday. He said that on Sundays they serve Honey Stung Chicken on the buffet. They didn’t…and don’t anymore. He was so disappointed. While walking around the buffet, I was approached by the manager. After commenting on how impressed I was, I asked about the Honey Stung Chicken. He hadn’t heard of it, but said that he would check with the chef. Three days later, we received a call letting us know that the chef was going to make Honey Stung Chicken especially for us! We set a time and went to the Windjammer Cafe. We met the chef and he brought out a small platter of honeyed chicken goodness! I now understand why my travel partner was looking forward to it. It was a wonderful gesture from the chef and manager and one we won’t forget!

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