The pool grill was usually a pretty lonely spot.
Offering perfunctory burgers and hot dogs, this outdoor buffet counter also had a few ethnic options. Not many people were using this option on our cruise.
In addition to fairly standard burgers and hot dogs, the buffet counter had a few items each day, usually with an ethnic theme. There was a Mexican spread one day, with do-it-yourself fajita fixings—okay but nothing to get excited about. Somewhat better was the middle eastern buffet, which included couscous, feta cheese mousse with pepper, hummus, turmeric chicken stew with olives, chicken shoarma, and lamb stew with beans.
The Lido Bar on the other side of the pool had the ship’s usual drink selection.
The Terrace Grill was open from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.