Cruise Food Day 2

Breakfast wasn’t much to look at, but it sure tasted good! On the menu, the left side are breakfast options that are available daily and the Chef’s special of the day is on the right side. I opted for the Scrambled Eggs with Green Asparagus and Swiss Cheese special.

I started lunch with the Crisp Field Lettuce with Cherry Tomatoes and the balsamic dressing (not pictures) followed by the Chicken Korma main. They put the raisins, almonds and “condiments” in a small bowl on the side. The condiments are onions and jalapenos. I don’t care for spicy so I left that off. And I topped it off with the Walnut, Pear and Chocolate Turnover. The last picture shows you the goodness inside! SO tasty!

After lunch we headed for the International Cafe so I could grab a latte, so I snapped a couple pictures again of the lunch time snacks available. Such lovely options if you just want a light snack!

As a side note, if you don’t want the dining room or buffet for lunch, you do have a couple of additional options out by the pool on deck 16. Majestic Princess has a couple of unique locations up here. They are the Noodles Bar, and the Burger and Lobster Grill. Here are a couple of images. Note that at the Burger & Lobster Grill, the lobster rolls have a surcharge. The other items do not.

An additional side note on dining on Majestic – besides the Crown Grill specialty restaurant, Majestic also has Harmony which is a Cantonese style dining. We opted not to eat here this cruise, but I did stop and snap pictures of the menu for you! The options look good, and we did dine with folks who did eat there, and the reviews were all very good. Will have to try it out next time.

Unlike some of the other Princess ships that have Slice Pizza up at the pool deck, Majestic, as mentioned above (Noodles and Burger/Lobster Grill), only has Alfredo’s as an option for pizza. But what yummy pizza it is! This day we opted for pizza for dinner. I should note that there are also a couple of appetizer size pasta options. One is a ravioli – not called a ravioli – it’s the Agnolotti Gratinati alla Piemontese. This was our first time trying the pasta, then we split the Pizza Majestic Princess. They both were so good! Alfredo’s is located on deck 6 in the Piazza. And we ended our meal with the Crostata di Mele Della Nonna (apple torte). Also delicious.

Day 2 was another delicious day of food on board Majestic Princess.

More to follow ….