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Recently I cruised for the first time in years with NCL on the Joy to Alaska. Every night in the Garden Buffet they offered a different theme for the food. One night they would have seafood, Asian, Mexican, or a barbecue/cookout buffet, etc.

 

I just booked a seven day cruise on the Norwegian Sun out of Port Canaveral and was wondering if these theme buffets are offered on all ships. They were wonderful!

 

Thanks for any info.

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I certainly cannot confirm what will be offered on the Sun when you sail, but I can share that I have been on other NCL cruises that offered nightly specials on the buffet. 

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My favorites from an Escape cruise to the Caribbean this past winter:  a Hunan duck carving station; unlimited iced, peeled shrimp and mussels on seafood night; and a whole, snout-to-tail hog on a spit carving station one day for lunch.  I also thought some of the Indian dishes were very flavorful.  

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On 7/15/2019 at 4:30 AM, dexddd said:

My favorite is "American" night.

American Night ???!!! What...Cheese Burgers and Fries or Mac and Cheese, then American Night, is at McDonalds, every day and night ???!!!😂😂

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2 minutes ago, Goldconnection said:

The seafood night is a joke.

It was good on the Escape. No you're not getting lobster, but there are piles and piles of pretty good quality cocktail shrimp, muscles, grilled salmon. I was impressed. It felt like a rare instance of NCL just saying "screw it, lets spend some money here to make the guests feel a little special." 

 

Contrast that with seafood night on the Getaway, which did feel like something they were doing grudgingly. Fishy shrimp you had to peel and de-vein yourself...like they wanted you to eat as few of them as possible. 

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The Jade had BBQ night in the buffet on the last night of our last cruise on her. Everything was

extremely tough and chewy except for the minute steak. I would stick to that.

In contrast the Pearl and Gem had several special BBQ's on deck on sea days that were

excellent.

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