We were pleasantly surprised to find that the Summit’s room service food was rather good.
The menu for room service is quite long when compared to other ships on which we have sailed. It takes 30 to 45 minutes for the food to be delivered, but sometimes a lot faster.
Breakfast is available from 6 am to 10 am. Use the door tag to order make sure you have it hanging outside by 4 am. Or forget the door hanger and just call when you wake up. Apparently that works, too. The menu includes egg dishes, bread, cereal, pastries, juices, and yogurts.
For lunch and dinner, the Summit offers different soups, like a New England clam chowder served in a freshly-baked bread bowl, salads, hamburgers, lasagne, steak, quesadillas, sandwiches, and a surprisingly delicious pizza.
Desserts include a double chocolate cake, cookies, raspberry cheesecake, fruit and cheese plates.
If you to drink something other than water, the room service menu offers beer, iced tea, San Pellegrino or Evian, and wine by the glass. The price for beer is $5 or $6. Wines start at $6.50.
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