The in-room dining menu is small, but offers good choices.
Since the Allure of the Seas has so many eateries just a few steps away from cabins, it may seem redundant to have room service dining available 24 hours a day. Still, it’s there if you need it – a small menu with breakfast, lunch, and dinner item. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are also available. Room services takes 30 to 45 minutes to deliver food, on average.
Breakfast includes a large selection of cereals, fruits, beverages, breads, eggs, and yogurts, as well as some alcoholic drinks like Bloody Marys and mimosas.
The menu is rather limited: sandwiches, burgers, soups, salads, and entrees like pizza, chicken, and fish. For anything more adventurous, you’ll have to overcome your fears/vertigo/anti-social behavior and leave the room.
The dessert menu is just as short: cheese plate and a fruit plate, as well as cookies and some cake choices.
Room service delivers alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to the cabins, including mixed drinks. The price is the same as in the rest of the ship, starting at about $2 for a soda.
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