MSC Poesia Review
About This Ship
Two formal restaurants serve Mediterranean- and Italian-accented cuisine in traditional early and late assigned seatings; one restaurant also offers sit-down breakfast and lunch in open seating. Two adjoining buffet restaurants, which during the day seem like a single dining area with long serving counters, are casual dining options for breakfast and lunch. At night, the aft buffet restaurant is reserved for seated dining with a steak-house menu and tables set with linens for an extra charge; the forward buffet restaurant serves pizza. The à la carte Asian and sushi specialty restaurants require reservations and also carry an additional charge. Room service is limited to a menu that includes a Continental breakfast and cold sandwiches. Midnight buffets vary nightly, ranging from themed snack-type offerings to a traditional shipboard gala affair.
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