We recently went on the dinner cruise with a large group. After boarding and being seated at a table, we were greeted promptly by a waitress who took our drink orders. After the cruise left the dock, the DJ made some announcements and began calling tables to go to the buffet. There were probably 100 tables on our deck, and our group was the last table called. By that time, people were already lined up behind us for second servings, and the buffet was completely empty. There were no clean plates, no salad, and about one serving of meat and vegetables left in each serving pan. It was very disappointing. The food we were able to get was good- I especially recommend the teriyaki glazed salmon. However, the service was extremely poor. Despite several requests to get the buffet refilled and new, clean plates, no one brought any other fresh food to the buffet. If you wanted a drink refill, then you had to go get it yourself at the bar, because the waitress could no longer be found. Our group enjoyed the dancing and music, and the hot cookies as we exited the ship, however the buffet and service were lacking and absolutely not worth the cost. We left hungry, and that should not happen on an all you can eat cruise.
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