We ate here as part of a Pre-Cruise stay, both for breakfast and lunch. The good features for breakfast was an omelette station (eggs any style) and the tropical fruit selection was fantastic. Just about any other food you might want was also available, with some French influence including croissant, butter, and marmalade.
The lunch had cheeseburgers as well as hot trays of chicken and lots of healthy and exotic salad choices (Nice variety; tasty). For a buffet, I was impressed. [Disclaimer: this was covered as part of a cruise. The Buffet might seem expensive to an American, as the rack-rate isn't cheap. But remember where you are. You've flown to the ends of the earth -- well, not quite.]
Drinks in the bar aren't cheap, either. Beer is $8+ and a Mojito is $24. If you drink a lot and aren't wealthy, you might want to stop and buy your "supplies" first.
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