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Richard 1224 (of what 's your favorite cruise breakfast) Said: I always start my first morning with a toasted bagel with cream cheese and bacon--great sandwich! Pair that with a ham and cheese omlette--breakfast potatoes---a link or two of sausage--and of course some fresh fruit,

 

 

So i ask you:

What is YOUR Favorite breakfast on your Cruise? Is the first day Breakfast different?

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On Royal Caribbean quite partial to pancakes, whipped cream, a couple of chocolate chips, side of bacon, some baked beans and a wedges of honeydew melon.

 

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On RC, it's the corned beef hash!

 

 

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Always enjoy the muesli in the restaurant. Don't particularly like it in the buffet.

 

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On Princess we enjoy on At Sea days the the " Late Risers breakfast selections" in the MDR at lunchtime .

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My "go to" breakfast is French toast, scrambled eggs and sausage, juice..and anything else that catches my eye!

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Poached eggs on toast, bacon, cherry danish,fresh fruit and, of course, coffee. :D

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My most common cruise breakfast though is a bacon roll/bagel with a runny egg to dip and a glass of orange juice. If I am not hungry I might have 1 slice of beans on toast.

 

It has to be washed down with tea and not coffee though.

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My most common cruise breakfast though is a bacon roll/bagel with a runny egg to dip and a glass of orange juice. If I am not hungry I might have 1 slice of beans on toast.

 

It has to be washed down with tea and not coffee though.

 

 

Mmmm...beans on toast!

 

 

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JUST OFF 10 DY NCL SUN had salmon benedict 4x in mdr.excellent with eggs just right.. Still thinking about them when i see a small pkg of smoked salmon for $11 at stores

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Most mornings I get a speciality coffee from the coffee bar on Princess and then head up to the Horizon Court. I get a few links of well done sausage, a hash brown square, and some watermelon. Makes me a happy camper.

 

I might change it up once or twice for either a bagel, salmon, cream cheese and capers or an omelette.

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Most mornings on NCL I get a freshly made iced cinnamon roll or sticky pecan topped roll, grilled tomato, scrambled eggs, 2 or 3 sausage links, some fried potatoes, fresh fruit, milk, orange juice, and sometimes iced tea (if it's available).

Occasionally I change things up by getting Eggs Benedict instead of the roll and scrambled eggs.

I absolutely love breakfast on NCL!

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Always enjoy the muesli in the restaurant. Don't particularly like it in the buffet.

 

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Especially when prepared tableside in Celebrity's Blu restaurant.

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My favorite breakfast depends upon my plans for the day.

 

On a sea day in the MDR: French Toast with Bacon or an Omelette made to order with the offerings of the Pastry Tray, particularly Croissants and Cinnamon Rolls. Cranberry and Orange Juice and Apricots along with plenty of coffee would be enjoyed as well.

 

On a sea day in the Lido Restaurant: a freshly made Waffle with some flavor of fruit compote (warm Peach is my favorite) and Bacon. I'd probably add a pastry as well along with juice (Guava would be my first choice) and some fruit.

 

In the Lido Restaurant on a day with tours, 2 Croissants or other types of pastries, fruit, one juice, and one cup of coffee is my usual diet in the morning of such a day. Too much liquid; too much food at that time in the morning and I am too sluggish to enjoy my tour.

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I love having tropical fruits for breakfast. Living in NY it's hard to find good mango, papaya, coconut etc. A cruise is probably one of the few places i'll enjoy yogurt, as long as it's not in a container.

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On Princess cruises on an AtSea Day, love to order from the "late risers" breakfast selection at lunch time in the MDR. :D

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Waffles + Blueberries + Whipped cream. Add British Back Bacon to make it perfect.

 

Kel:p

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Nova & a schmear

 

Pardon my ignorance here, but can someone kindly translate this into English for me..? :o:confused:

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I might have 1 slice of beans

 

Man I'd hate to be that person assigned to slicing the beans for that particular breakfast! ;p

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Pardon my ignorance here, but can someone kindly translate this into English for me..? :o:confused:

 

 

 

Nova Scotia lox and cream cheese.

 

 

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