Located on the Lido Deck these eateries were noshing around Neptune’s Reef.
No surprises here: These side-by-side eateries delivered competent grilled items, pizzas and ice cream.
Trident Grill served burgers (including veggie burgers and chicken breast), hot dogs (including bratwurst) and fries. We tried a cheeseburger here and found it pretty good. It was roughly comparable to the one we received through room service, though the room service burger was a bit thicker.
The pizzas were okay—especially fresh out of the oven—but nothing to get excited over. Margherita and pepperoni were always available, along with a daily special such as Hawaiian.
We didn’t find sundaes at Sundaes—go figure—but there was soft serve vanilla and chocolate ice cream, along with strawberry ice cream by the scoop. Milk shakes were $2.50, and boxed candies were offered for $1.95.
The ship’s standard bar menu was available from Mermaid’s Tail, sandwiched between Trident Grill and Prego Pizzeria.
All three venues were open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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