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Ross - Answered a Question by Green (24 Aug 07 18:08)

Yes, they are allowed in the dining room and most people with children take the first sitting. Yes there is a childrens menu, and yes, there is a vegetarian option every night. Here is a typical evenings menu: Starters Caprese Salad – fresh mozzarella and tomatoes drizzled with olive oil Antipasti – Cured Italian ham, seasonal melon, grilled vegetables, marinated Portobello mushrooms, baked caramelized garlic Scallop Risotto – Sauteed sea scallops over Charred sweet corn and mascarpone risotto Creamy Roasted Garlic Soup – with rye bread croutons Minestrone – A rich Italian soup of vegetables, tomato, and pasta Chilled Strawberry Bisque – garnished with fresh mint Salad Insalata Mista – Mixed greens, zucchini, red bell peppers and black olives Traditional Caesar Salad Entrees Rigatoni Pasta – with spiced chorizo sausage, red and green peppers, grilled corn, olive oil and basil Garlic Tiger Shrimp – Garlic herb baked with seasonal vegetables Chicken Marsala – Marsala mushroom sauce, mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables Vegetarian Chili – With jalapeno corn bread, grated cheese and sour cream Chefs Signature Entrée Lamb Shank with Rosemary – Slowly braised with garlic mashed potatoes and oven roasted vegetables Deserts Warm Chocolate Cake Raspberry Panna Cotta Tiramisu Low Fat Angel Food Cake Sugar Free Chocolate Mint Cake .

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bates - Answered a Question by Green (25 Aug 07 21:41)

Children are allowed in the main dining room, but my kids found the menu had very little choice so we ate at the Windjammer, and also Johnny Rockets which is loads of fun for them and has plenty of choice.

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Lewis - Answered a Question by Green (30 Sep 07 12:58)

Just cruised on Navigator of the seas mind you my children are adults now. I did not fancy the main meal one evening and the waitress said i could have the childs meal burger/chips if the children do find it hard to choose tell the waiter/waitress and they will help in getting a nice meal for the children.also in the windjammer although it is self/service you have a lovely choice of meals to suit everyone.The johnny Rockets dining area is full of life the staff entertain you there.A tip if you go to breakfast in the Windjammer go either early or the latest as it gets very conjested.your breakfast can be cold before you get a seat.

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