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Norwegian Epic

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5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
Great Service and Gluten Free Dining aboard the Norwegian Spirit cruise ship

Reviewer: LaurelMors from Iowa
Reviewed on Aug 09, 2012

I had a wonderful gluten-free experience on the Norwegian Spirit. I let them know in advance as requested and they went out of their way to be helpful. The breakfast and lunch and evening snack buffets on the top deck had a wonderful variety of foods to choose from, so no problem there. When I asked about gluten free bread, they brought me some delicious gluten free muffins. I knew from experience that I probably wouldn't be able to eat in any other dining area for dinner except for the main dining room. They were wonderful there, bringing out the next night's menu from which I could choose my meal. There were various delicious meals from which to choose every day. I didn't feel slighted in the least. We who are in the GF minority can only expect so much from such a huge enterprise.

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Caribbean Cruise

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5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
Emerald Princess

Reviewer: LaurelMors from ,Fort Dodge, IA
Reviewed on Apr 06, 2011

We had a wonderful worry-free trip on the Emerald Princess. We informed the line ahead of time with my need for gluten-free meals and were sent a fax with all details on what to do when we were on board. In the traditional dining room the Maitre'D came to my table every evening with the next day's menus. I then made my choices of an extensive menu and they made sure it would be gluten-free. The food and service were impeccable, delicious and a joy to the eye. We opted for the breakfast and lunch buffets on deck 15. there was so much to choose from, I did not have any problems at all. While I couldn't eat the great cookies in the International Dining rooms, I did find that the gelato, chocolate pudding and the strawberry mousse were wonderful and gave me no problems. I can recommend the Princess Line for anyone with Celiac/Sprue. The Emerald Princess is only 3 years old and absolutely gorgeous. There were a lot of excursions available and a lot of entertainment on board. If you want a Cruise Line that really goes all out to take care of you, I can recommend the Princess Line.

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