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New Mediterranean Night at The Royal Caribbean

Vibrant and spicy, the flavors of the Mediterranean are being served up in a new Monday night buffet at Tradewinds in The Royal Caribbean. Try signature dishes from Greece, Turkey, Morocco, Lebanon and other countries.

Mediterranean Night dishes include Greek and niçoise salad, tabbouleh, fattoush and hummus. Main courses range from falafel, lamb kofta, dolmades and kibis to beef shawarma, chicken and beef gyros. Tuck into freshly made pita bread and focaccia with dips such as tzatziki, hummus and babaganoush (grilled aubergine with tahini, garlic and lime juice).

Don’t stop here! Plan a Royal Resorts dining tour. Try some of the tempting theme nights at the other Royal Resorts, they range from Lobster Night at The Royal Cancun or Mexican Night at Pancho & Willy’s, both on Monday, to Prime Rib Night at El Conquistador (Tuesday) or Captain’s Cove (Wednesday and Saturday) and Italian Seafood Night at La Veranda in The Royal Sands on Tuesday and Italian Night on Wednesday at Tradewinds in The Royal Caribbean.

If you are staying at The Royal Haciendas in the Riviera Maya, there’s a week of tempting theme nights in store at La Palapa del Sol in addition to the a la carte menu. Mexican, Caribbean, Oriental and Italian are just some of the cuisines showcased and if you like Japanese cuisine be sure to try the new Teppanyaki Night at Sol Grill on Monday, Wednesday and Friday (reservations required).

Check your copy of the Welcome Home Guide that you receive at check in for more delicious dining options.

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