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Richard Okill - Answered a Question by collins (13 Jun 08 07:19)

You have chosen well though you do not say which voyage. Your table in the Princess Grill will be yours for all meals with no seating time restrictions, hence no rush, and a perfect way to dine. You will find the food and service far superior and well worth the extra and will not feel the need to try 'Todd English' . You will find your transition from an inside cabin to a Princess Stateroom amazing and with the Grills Concierge lounge/service and Queens Grill lounge at your disposal you are looking at one magnificent experience. I sail on 26 June for the return journey and may see you, otherwise you have a great experience to look forward to. Richard.

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Fotaki - Answered a Question by collins (30 Jul 08 11:16)

Princess Grill is not only the evening meal option, but you can have breakfast and lunch there, and the same table is reserved especially for you. There are alternative options, mainly Kings Court, Todd English (surcharge) for lunch, and Lotus, Carvery, La Pizzeria, Chef's Galley (surcharge), Todd English (surcharge)for dinner. But it would be a pity to sacrifice even one of your meals at the Princess Grill. It is one of the most luxurious eating experiences aboard any ship today. It is prepared by the same galley as the Queen's Grill, and you get the same service and quality and almost the same variety for much less money. So, don't search in vain, but enjoy your privileged position!

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