|Coconut Pear Soup|
I ate at the Skyline Diner twice during the cruise for dinner. This gets my vote as best place for a Celiac to eat on board. They had an actual printed gluten free menu, with a lot of choices on it, and the food was fantastic. The Skyline is included in the price of the cruise and you get an appetizer, entree, and dessert.
|Chicken with Demi-Glace|
I had chicken with demi-glace and mashed potatoes both nights, but I tried different appetizers -- a cold pear and coconut soup and a watermelon salad. There was a flourless chocolate cake with raspberry sauce on the menu that was very tasty, and one of the nights they also offered a honey creme brulee with a chocolate bottom. (The flavor of creme brulee changed each night, so it wasn't always GF).
I know Mom ate at the Skyline for at least one breakfast (poached egg on toast). I'm sure the breakfast was better there, but I needed the speed of the Aloha Buffet so I could get fed and get off the ship.