Robinson - Answered a Question by Graham (20 Aug 08 11:53)

Been on Connie, and yes you can eat in the Windjammer in the everning, they set it up just like the main dinning room, and they have 3-4 styles of food, you don't have to book, but you can and it may be best if you do. Its a great place to eat. They also have bookable payable restaurants.

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a - replied to Robinson (20 Aug 08 13:18)

There is no buffet called Windjammer on Celebrity - you are getting confused with RCI. The buffet area on Connie is called Seaside Cafe/Grill. The casual dining area has a gratuity of $2, it is set up with table cloths and linen napkins and has the same menu every night, and it always has one of the entrees from that nights main dining room selection. I can post the menu if you wish. This is where they are training the waiters for the main dining room. As stated before there is no buffet.

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jones - replied to a (26 Aug 08 14:45)

Would you be able to post menu by email? I am also on Connie in July 09? Many thanks Nerys Jones.

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a - Answered a Question by Graham (20 Aug 08 11:48)

Celebrity have fixed dining times of 6 and 8.30. There is no buffet as such in the evening on any Celebrity ships. You can book the Alterntive casual dining for $2pp, or you can book the speciality dining for $30pp, or you can eat sushi and have freshly made pasta or asian stir fry in the casual dining area.

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