Thursday, December 10, 2009

Carnival Carribean Cruise Food: Day 5

We only got off the ship to walk on the ocean floor wearing funky underwater helmets at George Town, Grand Cayman. There was nothing above ground that interested us. :-)

So we faced the dilemma of eating at the Cezanne buffet, which was the only dining option open on the ship while at port. The Caymans is expensive and the food doesn't have a character of its own, so we decided to skip lunching on land. Luckily we found a pick-your-own-ingredients to stir-fry station on the opposite side of the 24-hour pizza station. There were a variety of vegetables, 2 kinds of noodles, a choice of beef, chicken, and/or mussels and clams, Thai BBQ sauce, Black Pepper Sauce, or Sichuan Sauce. I got beef and mussels and clams in the super spicy Thai BBQ sauce. We definitely made the right choice for our lunch!

Stir-fried Vegetables and Noodles with Beef, Mussels, and Clams in a Thai BBQ Sauce
Because we had late seating for dinner, we always hit the sushi bar by the casino, which was open from 5-6:30PM. The sushi on the Conquest is better than Holland America, so this was tolerable.


Escargots in Garlic Butter with Chablis and Pernod; Black Tiger Shrimp, Ahi Tartare, and Hickory Smoked Salmon

Cream of Broccoli with Wisconsin Cheddar; Chilled Creamy Bing Cherry Soup

Salad with Green Beans and Roma Tomatoes

Grilled Jumbo Tiger Shrimps with mustard potatoes; Lemon Confit Topped Grouper with Roasted Cauliflower and Mustard Potatoes

Baked Alaska; Chocolate Cake

Cheese Plate

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