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Dining is assigned by your accommodation category. The Britannia Restaurant serves open seating breakfast and lunch and dinner in two seatings to most passengers; those in AA Britannia Club Balcony Cabins dine in the single-seating Britannia Club Dining Room; those in Junior suites and above dine in the single-seating Queens and Princess Grill restaurants. The Todd English specialty restaurant serves lunch and dinner (by reservation). The Chef's Galley is a small reservations-required restaurant, where diners watch as their food is prepared in an open galley; the only charge is for wine. The King's Court buffet serves breakfast and lunch, and is transformed each evening into three no-charge casual alternative dining spots: the Carvery specializes in carved meats; La Piazza is dedicated to pizza and Italian food; and Lotus offers Asian cuisine. During the day you can opt for a pub lunch, snacks in Sir Samuel’s, afternoon tea, and 24-hour room service.

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