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The Britannia Restaurant serves dinner in two assigned seatings for most passengers, while those in Britannia Club, Princess- and Queens Grill–classes dine in a single open seating at an assigned table. The Verandah (reservations, fee), the alternative restaurant, serves French cuisine. In the evenings, one of three regional cuisines—such as Asian, Mexican, and South American—is highlighted, and waiter table service becomes available in the Lido restaurant for a small charge. In addition, the Lido buffet and Golden Lion Pub offer relaxed dining options, while specialty teas, coffees, and pastries are featured in Café Carinthia. A proper English tea is served daily and room service is always available.

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