Day Four was our second port day, and we were in Roatan Honduras. We had a quick buffet breakfast, for me it was an omelet, bacon, hash browns (those little round hash brown patties were really addictive, thing big crispy tater tot) and more unripe melon. Cheryl chose to eat oatmeal and some fruit.
For dinner, I started with the Shanghai Pork Potstickers, they were fine, but I wasn’t overly impressed with them. For my tastes though, they were the best of the choices for appetizers.
I also ordered the Ceaser Salad, and since I realized that I needed to eat healthier, this became a frequent choice. The bread on it wasn’t as satisfying as croutons would have been. It also had less dressing than I prefer, but the lettuce was crispy and fresh.
My entree was the Crispy Asian Style Red Snapper, and even though it was flagged as spicy on the menu, I didn’t find any significant heat. I should say that I like my Thai food and Mexican food to make me sweat, and so the heat tolerance might affect how others feel about it.
For dessert, I chose the Chocolate Expresso Cake, the cake had a nice flavor, and while you could taste the expresso, it wasn’t overpowering.
My wife chose the Lobster Ravioli to start with, and to her, it was just ok, but as I mentioned, she is not a huge seafood fan, and she didn’t think there was much inside the ravioli.
She next opted for the Corn and Crab Chowder, and this she really liked. There was actual crabmeat in the chowder, and she thought the result was really nice.
Her choice of an entree was the Chicken Cordon Bleu, and she thought it was good, but the German Potato Salad that came with it was different than what she expected and was just ok.
For dessert, she had the Creme Cheese Filled Carrot Cake and thought it was good.
We decided to change our dining room for this night as we were still tied up to the dock in Roatan, and we would have a better view of the port and departure activities.