On the Lido Deck there were many food choices in the food court but I could NOT resist the Mongolian Wok! You grab a tray, pile on all of the noodles and veggies you want then pass your plate to a very capable chef. Here I have rice noodles, onions, snow peas and mushroom You then tell them your choice of sauce (mine was Thai Barbecue sauce) and which meat you wanted (mine was a combo of chicken, shrimp and beef).
This is the fresh bread basket that they set on your table at dinner each night.
This was the breakfast of champions. I know to the untrained eye these things do not appear to go together…. but this was a great breakfast and gave me the nutrition I needed to make it back to my room to for a quick nap before lunch.
Orange-mango juice, chocolate milk, slice of bread with peanut butter and grape jelly, cheesy chicken croquettes, cheese danish, bacon, cheddar cheese and a side of cheese grits.
This is Conch Fritters… let’s go inside…
Fried conch is not a dish I come in contact with often so I decided to try it. It was a bit chewy but not so much that I couldn’t enjoy it. Just an observation, not a complaint.
This had to be THEE best fish sandwich I have ever had. It was grouper with lettuce, tomato, cheese and tartar sauce on a very soft, fresh bun.