Cruise ship photo review and tour - Legend of the Seas - Royal Caribbean - page 6
Guests on Legend of the Seas now have a variety of
dining options. They range from venues offering
multi-course, gourmet feasts to informal venues where
you can just grab a light snack. On this page, we
present the complimentary dining offerings and on the
next, the specialty restaurants and venues where there
is an additional charge. (See our Legend of the Seas
The Romeo and Juliet Dining Room is Legend's
main dining room. An impressive and glamorous
room with lots of natural light, this restaurant is open
for breakfast, lunch (sea days only) and dinner.
Breakfast and lunch are open seating. For dinner,
guests can elect a flexible dining system in which you
can come anytime the restaurant is open or the
traditional system where you have a specific table at
one of the two seatings.
Left and above: During lunch, the main dining room has a
salad bar where you tell the chef what you want to have in
your salad from a wide range of ingredients that include
different varieties of lettuce, spinach, various vegetables,
meats, shrimp, cheeses and more.
Right: The chefs are presented to the guests and take a bow at
the end of a cruise.
Legend's buffet restaurant is the
Windjammer Café. This very popular
venue is open for breakfast, lunch and
Unlike Royal Caribbean's larger ships, the
Windjammer on Legend is located at the
front of the ship. Consequently, guests
dining in its seating area have a panoramic
view over the ship's bow.
In the 2013 refit, the Solarium Café was replaced with the Park Café. Patterned after the Park Café on Oasis of
the Seas, this venue offers breakfast, afternoon meals and late snacks. In the morning, guests can design their
own bagel, have fresh oatmeal, yogurt parfaits, or a breakfast sandwich. During the afternoon, you can design
your own salad. There are many other offerings as well.