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Official Carnival Room Service Menu Thread

What's your favorite Carnival Room Service Sandwich?  

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  1. 1. What's your favorite Carnival Room Service Sandwich?

    • Turkey
      57
    • Ham and Cheese
      45
    • Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato
      404
    • Peanut Butter and Jelly
      61
    • Roast Beef and Brie on Fresh Baguette
      352
    • Creamy Tuna Salad on Toasted English Muffin
      84
    • Open Faced Shrimp Salad Sandwich on French Roll
      137
    • Cheddar Cheese, Refried Beans and Lettuce in a Whole Wheat Wrap
      21
    • Shredded Chicken Fajita, Crisp Greens and Guacamole in a Jalapeno and Tomato Wrap
      128
    • Focaccia Sandwich with Grilled Zucchini, Fresh Mozzarella and Portabello with Basil Aioli
      126


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Carnival Menu Room Service Continental Breakfast



 

Citrus Segments, Fresh Melon, Banana, Smoked Salmon

 

Cereals

Raisin Bran, Cruncheroos, Rice Crispies, All Bran, Corn Flakes, Fruit Loops, Frosted Flakes, Corn Pops, Cocoa Crispies, Mini-Wheats, Low Fat Granola, Special K

 

Breakfast Breads

Danish, Toast White, Toast Wheat, Muffin, Croissant, Bagel

 

Yogurt

Strawberry, Raspberry, Plain, Peach

 

Hot and Cold Beverages

Orange Juice, Grapefruit Juice, Tomato Juice, Apple Juice

Freshly Brewed Coffee, Freshly Brewed Decaffeinated Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Hot Tea Regular, Hot Tea Decaffeinated

Milk, Skim Milk, Chocolate Milk

 

Condiments

Half & Half, Lemon, Margarine, Butter, Cream Cheese, Honey, Grape Jelly, Diet Jelly, Orange Marmalade, Strawberry Jelly, Guava Jelly

 

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I thought I read on here somewhere that you could order anything on the dinner menu (during dinner hours) for room service. Is that true or false info?

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I was wondering if they had smoked salmon on the menu with the bagles. It's on the breakfast menu. Can you get the breakfast items anytime or just during breakfast hours?

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I thought I read on here somewhere that you could order anything on the dinner menu (during dinner hours) for room service. Is that true or false info?

 

False, for Carnival.

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I am looking forward to getting room service on our next cruise. When we went on a cruise for our honeymoon ten years ago, we wanted to order room service several times, usually after our naps, and from what I can remember we didn't do it because for some reason we never had any cash on us. I can't remember if we just had travelers checks or bigger bills. It's all kind of fuzzy now, but I'm getting some room service this time.

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I've yet to have ever tried room service!

 

Well, that just begs the question, so I'll bite...With so many cruises under your belt, why have you not ever tried room service? :confused:

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Liked the Roast beef & Brie, but will request no mustard on next trip. I wish you could order hot food (burgers etc..) But that is ok. My all time favorite is the toasted bagles with cream cheese and smoked salmon for breakfast. We ordered this with coffee and danish frequently. Only tried the dining room for breakfast once, the eggs benedict was GROSS! And I love eggs benedict. Next time it will be room service for breakfast everyday!:D

 

Molly:

 

I like eggs Benedictt too. How gross was it. I like the yoke runny not hard. I hope I have no problem. What does the bpoe stand for?

 

Robb

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....both times it came with mayo even though the menu says all sandwiches come plain. The second time I made sure to emphasize that I wanted it plain with no mayo. The cookies and chocolate cake were good though. :)

 

Mike

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Molly:

 

I like eggs Benedictt too. How gross was it. I like the yoke runny not hard. I hope I have no problem. What does the bpoe stand for?

 

Robb

 

May have just been that one experience... I've never had gross eggs benedict in the dining room. It's not the best I've ever had, nor would I expect it to be, but it's always been far from gross! LOL!!

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Funny story!

 

LAst cruise I called and asked for a grilled cheese. "Sorrry sir but we don't serve those"... and it went like this.

Me: Do you have a toaster?

RS: Yes.

ME: Do you toast bread?

RS: Yes.

Me: Fine toast the bread and stick it together real quick!!

RS: OKay, that will be easy!

 

Later I recieved a cold UN-toasted cheese sandwich...

 

Next night I ordered a PB&J... It came toasted???

 

What is up with that! I thought it was funny!!!

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Every night we ordered cookies and brownies. They even brought us 2 glasses of milk. It just helped us unwind a little so we could sleep. I love room service so much.

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I love love love the foccacia sandwich! Grilled veggies and fresh mozz are great! And the sauce they put on it - yum!

 

My bf loves the roast beef and brie.

 

I also loved the cesar salad! If we were ever up at the pizza bar, that's what I'd have. And everytime we'd order room service, I'd get one. :)

 

The cookies and brownies were good (brownies were better) but you get literally two of each per order lol

 

There was a chicken fajita option that wasn't there on our previous cruise. We got it, was good, but what made me happy: it was warm! As far as I know, it's the only "hot" food you can get through room service.

 

I think we ordered room service every day.

 

As for breakfast, we ate in the dining room once and my bf really enjoyed his eggs benedict, but I'm not much of a breakfast person so we usually stayed at the buffet so I could pick and choose what I wanted.

 

- Jess

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We always try to order from room service at least once during a cruise and for us it's Tuna on the English muffin and/or the BLT. The roast beef is good, too, but I always make sure to have the tuna at least once. Oh yeah, we also get the cookies/brownie combo and usually a pot of decafe. It's a nice way to relax and actually spend some awake time in the room!

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I've been told by others, on another thread similar to this one that you can order whatever is being served in the dining room for breakfast, for room service. You can get eggs, bacon, etc from room service. I've never tried it myself as the menu does not include these items, but I've been corrected a few times when I stated you could only get cold breakfast items.

 

kitty

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curt has posted the 2 room service menus (breakfast and all day) - unfortunately even with those sick with norovirus (stay in room 24-48 hours) they won't 99.9% deliver anything different to you - so no, nothing from dining room can be delivered :)

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I've been told by others, on another thread similar to this one that you can order whatever is being served in the dining room for breakfast, for room service. You can get eggs, bacon, etc from room service. I've never tried it myself as the menu does not include these items, but I've been corrected a few times when I stated you could only get cold breakfast items......
I think some of the other lines have more "hot" breakfast items available, but like IrishDolphin posted, on Carnival you are pretty much limited to the room service menu items that Curt has posted.

 

John

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Molly:

 

I like eggs Benedictt too. How gross was it. I like the yoke runny not hard. I hope I have no problem. What does the bpoe stand for?

 

Robb

 

Robb,

I see that others liked the Eggs Benedict, mine however was cooked REALLY hard and the hollendaise was baked on! I mean not creamy at all, just a dried out yellow crust covering the eggs. The BPOE stands for Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

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I've been told by others, on another thread similar to this one that you can order whatever is being served in the dining room for breakfast, for room service. You can get eggs, bacon, etc from room service. I've never tried it myself as the menu does not include these items, but I've been corrected a few times when I stated you could only get cold breakfast items.

 

kitty

 

Not on Carnival :( Believe me... my BF was sick as a DOG on our first cruise... I wanted to just eat in the cabin, and asked if there was any way, and they said no... I asked several people, not happening. Now, I have heard that some people have paid to have a hot meal delivered (one guy said he paid $100 and had it delivered), so maybe you can go that route... but if you don't want to pay out the rear, you aren't getting anything other than what is on the menu...

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Our favorite thing to do (usually after a late night in the casino) is order a couple of turkey sandwiches and a couple of BLTs, then take the B off one and make it a Turkey BLT! Yum! Can't wait to try some tomorrow! :D

 

And since I'd heard such good stuff about the cookies and brownies, I ordered it our last cruise. Yuck! Must have been an off day, 'cause they were these small, hard cookies and really crumbly, dry brownies. Since everyone is still talking about them, maybe I'll give them one more chance!

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Robb,

I see that others liked the Eggs Benedict, mine however was cooked REALLY hard and the hollendaise was baked on! I mean not creamy at all, just a dried out yellow crust covering the eggs. The BPOE stands for Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

 

Molly

That is what I thought. I recently joined the Elks and that is what me thought that would be.

 

Robb

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Molly

That is what I thought. I recently joined the Elks and that is what me thought that would be.

 

Robb

Welcome brother! My advice to you is to get involved! I am a Past Exalted Ruler and involved at the state level...very rewarding. I have often thought a BPOE group cruise would be a blast. Where and what number is your lodge?:D

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Well, that just begs the question, so I'll bite...With so many cruises under your belt, why have you not ever tried room service? :confused:

 

I've yet to be hungry when I'm in my room! :)

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My wife needs to know whether the brownies have nuts in them? I want to know if the LOX is available with the regular (sp.) accruitramonts , onions, tomatoes, capers? sb

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My wife needs to know whether the brownies have nuts in them? I want to know if the LOX is available with the regular (sp.) accruitramonts , onions, tomatoes, capers? sb

 

We did not order the brownies, but had the lox often...yes it came with onions, capers etc. I don't remember any tomatoes though. But it sure is YUMMY!:D

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