As promised, I will share more about my culinary adventures aboard the Carnival Glory last week. Can’t believe I just got off my cruise only a few days ago — seems like much longer!
Each subsequent day, for the next seven days, I will post either what I had during brunch, lunch, or dinner — or a combination! — onboard the Glory. On this particular ship, I got to experience Seaday Brunch — best brunch ever! — and American Table and American Feast at dinner. You can think of American Table as your standard dinner meal and American Feast as elegant night. I won’t do full reviews, just share some pictures, quick descriptions, and maybe a few thoughts. Enjoy!
Day 1: Embarkation Day
Dinner: American Table, cruise casual
Croquetas, Empanadas, Black Bean Salsa: A trio of Latin flavors come together in this tasty dish of ham croquetas, homemade chicken empanada and a side of black bean corn salsa
Rating: Okay. Standard fare, nothing special here.
Grilled Mahi Mahi: Lightly seasoned fillet served with a side of coconut rice, a fresh pineapple and red pepper sauce
Rating: Okay. The fish was tasteless, though cooked well, and the rice tasted like coconut, but I’m not sure if I liked it.