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Food on Oceania

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17 hours ago, Debarco said:

Yes, Oceania is more expensive but we found the food considerably better and  speciality restaurants are included in that price as are soda/water at both meals and in your cabin and when you are leaving the ship for an excursion-no need for a beverage package.  Food is generally served at the appropriate temperature, as compared to the larger ships where it is often luke warm.  Also, the food on the buffet is put out in smaller portions and replenished frequently(yes, you may have to wait a few minutes for it to arrive) so it has not been sitting out for an hour; the buffet is served to you so you don't have a fellow passenger's germy hands all over the serving utensils.  Plus it's my understanding that Oceania now includes wi-fi which can be quite expensive on some ships.  

No germy hands and included wifi sure do make the food taste better 🤣

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