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Breakfast At Guy's Burgers!

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Saw it on a FB post, with the menu.  Plan on it rolling out to other ships, possibly all.  Think it is a flat out home run.  Steak and egg for dinner works, I am sure a burger and egg will as well.  Great idea to off load some of the Lido crowded lines.  

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When we're back on the Sunrise in May I may have to alternate with a breakfast burrito from the Blue Iguana Iguana cantina, with an All American breakfast burger from Guys. Both washed down with a Thirsty Frog of course! 😀

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18 minutes ago, shof515 said:

hamburger with eggs seems like a strange combination, never heard of it 

 

Well, steak and eggs is on the menu of the seaday brunch, and to quote a commercial from long ago, what's hamburger but chopped steak?

 

Back to the original post, thanks for sharing the news, cmichael1279.  It certainly wasn't on the Freedom when I was on her last month.  We'll have to see if they test it on the Breeze next month.  I'm intrigued.  I don't think it's a great combination, but that wouldn't stop me from sampling it once or twice.

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Jamman, combine a Guy's burger patty, egg, and gravy with some rice from Blue Iguana and you can make yourself a very popular Hawaiian dish: Loco Moco!

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That's great.  I will have to try the Prime Time Turkey when I see it available.  I am glad they are making breakfast options.  This should also free up a little space at the buffet.

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36 minutes ago, shof515 said:

hamburger with eggs seems like a strange combination, never heard of it 

 

There’s a few places around here, like Red Robin, that serve a burger with a fried egg on it. They’re actually quite good.

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1 minute ago, Organized Chaos said:

 

There’s a few places around here, like Red Robin, that serve a burger with a fried egg on it. They’re actually quite good.

Very common. Not a new thing. Surprised people haven't heard of it!

Edited by amyotravel

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Nice to see more choices.  I'm still a tried and true MDR breakfast gal (except the 1 morning I must have arepas and huevos rancheros) but if this helps with the Lido lines then that is great.

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I've seen plenty of places offering burgers with eggs.

I really enjoyed Guy's burgers on my cruise last month - first time I'd had them. Was a nice option for something different. Given that I'm picky I liked having the fixings bar where I selected my own toppings.

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Thank You Carnival for reducing the lines at the Blue Iguana burrito bar and the omelet stations on the Lido.:classic_biggrin:

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1 hour ago, shof515 said:

hamburger with eggs seems like a strange combination, never heard of it 

I’ve seen hamburgers with eggs at a lot of restaurants. It’s quite popular. 

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1 hour ago, shof515 said:

hamburger with eggs seems like a strange combination, never heard of it 

.Been to some foodie type places that do the egg on a burger....not my thing but to each his own

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Just off the Sunrise this past Thanksgiving week and they had them. It was surprisingly good. And the service was very personable. Actually ate 3 out of the 5 mornings there.

 

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Sounds good to me!  I tried the Breakfast Spaghetti last month on Sunshine and really enjoyed it.  Soft-boiled egg and pasta?  I was pleasantly surprised.  Had considered a burger but wanted to try something I'd never had before.  Will happily try any new breakfast options in the future!

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1 hour ago, crewsweeper said:

Thank You Carnival for reducing the lines at the Blue Iguana burrito bar and the omelet stations on the Lido.:classic_biggrin:

You bring up a fairly good point.  The breakfast and lunch crowds on Lido is the busiest area on any Carnival ship.  This option, and options are certainly a good thing, offer their clients more choices around breakfast (in this case).  Def worth trying.

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55 minutes ago, Host Carolyn said:

.Been to some foodie type places that do the egg on a burger....not my thing but to each his own

Many Portuguese steakhouses offer eggs on top of steaks on their menus.

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steak and shake has been serving burgers and eggs forever, but they call it a steak burger. nothing wrong with anything for breakfast. i even eat cold pizza for breakfast. its the breakfast of champions. lol.

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I often see burgers with eggs referred to as "hangover burgers" or something similar - seems like a perfect idea to me for some of my mornings on a Carnival ship! 🙂

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Wow, this is interesting.  I'll have to try it on my next cruise.

 

Last time I cruised, Guy's Burgers functioned as a continental breakfast buffet: fruits, pastries, cold cuts, and cheeses.  It supplemented the Lido buffet, the omelet station, and the Blue Iguana Cantina.

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2 hours ago, jimbo5544 said:

You bring up a fairly good point.  The breakfast and lunch crowds on Lido is the busiest area on any Carnival ship.  This option, and options are certainly a good thing, offer their clients more choices around breakfast (in this case).  Def worth trying.

My favorite breakfast spot, though, is the MDR. Lido is just too crazy! 

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9 minutes ago, grandmarnnurse said:

My favorite breakfast spot, though, is the MDR. Lido is just too crazy! 

I get that, but all options are a good thing

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13 minutes ago, grandmarnnurse said:

My favorite breakfast spot, though, is the MDR. Lido is just too crazy! 

Doesn't breakfast in the MDR (not Sea Day Brunch) end too early for a lot of folks? Anything that is a bit later is good.

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