The Wind Jammer is the best place for food most of the time. Breakfast is the best time to go here. There are two stations that makes omelet, each guy makes 3 of them at once. You have a choice of 5 topping's - onions, peppers, mushrooms, ham, and cheese (mozzarella, or swiss). Though I never tried, I think if you handed him some bacon, he would fold that in as well.
Breakfast: You have sausage (pork, and beef), bacon (a little too crispy for me), pre-processed eggs, hash brown puck's, waffles, french toast, pancakes, a bunch of fruit, cereal, Danish (in 2 flavors), donut's (chocolate, white, and plain), muffins, and a handful of other things. There is a bread counter (toast, waffles, English Muffins, on the right side near where the omelet guy is). The other side has some other things. There is a carving station for ham. There is an area for jelly, honey, etc. Honey made a great method for swallowing my Bonine powder (I can't swallow pills). But this stuff is only out for breakfast, you have to hoard it for later. They also have fig's and stewed prunes. But be warned, the prunes have seeds, and they squirt. The squirt very much, very far. Put them in your mouth, spit out the seed. As I understand it the Lox is very, very good. Take as much as you want. I personally hate that salty, smoky pink blob, but my mother loves that stuff.
Plates are huge here, there are no trays, and you must get new silverware each time you go up. They take away everything on the table, and the sign states that's what you have to do.
Lunch: Was confusing, there wasn't a lot to choose from. Some days were better then other's though. The duck was very good. I didn't want to chance the spicy hot chicken. The sandwiches and wraps usually had weird combo's inside. Apparently I missed the one day they had Bacon sandwiches.
Dinner: I don't know much about dinner. I did walk in one day later at night. They had left over dinner there. Everything that was served and offered in the main dining room was here as well, except everything was in the troughs. I don't know about lobster night, I assume someone hands them out to everyone. And that 2003 desert, I have a feeling they didn't have that either. Or at least not in that form.
Desert, Lunch, Dinner: Always had a they always had a cake of some kind. Rice pudding, served warm with cinnamon. Their Pecan Pie was the best, very sticky, and tasty. I think it had a chocolate base. They had it twice, but I think if I asked someone it would have been there more. Someone asked about cookies - no chocolate chip cookies were there, from that point on it was. You can get as much cake as you want, there was usually at least one sugar free cake. And the night I went late for something sweet, all of it was sugar free, "I don't want something good for me", the lady behind me said. Most are tasteless when sugar free. There is an ice cream bar always open (provided the Wind Jammer is open). Vanilla, Chocolate, and Mix. Bowls, and cones.
Drinks, naturally a bar is there. In the morning, Water, Orange Juice, and Grape Fruit Juice. Lunch and other times: Water, Lemon-aid, and Tea (the bag kind in a glass). Coffee and tea were free as well, I think all day. There was a person later on in the trip, about the middle, who would go around refilling your drinks.
Around Wednesday or Thursday, servers there become very, very friendly. They are looking for bonus tips, we would have given one to someone too, but couldn't find him the last day.
The Wind Jammer is the best place to fill up your water bottles. Oh be sure to bring something to drink when your on the islands. I do think the water is safe for the most part on these islands. I know I didn't get sick from drinking it, but it's hot, and your not always near water. The room water is terrible, and the fridge in the room does not keep liquid cold. At first we used the free ice water they had at breakfast. I had a 100oz water bag that fit's in my backpack. I didn't wise up until later on. Cold water is best if you want to stay cool. Later on, about the last day actually, when we went exploring. The outside Wind Jammer has an ice machine and water dispenser (and other drinks). So I could have used this instead of dragging back a dozen glasses of water. Live and learn - so use this area to fill your bottles. There are pictures of the area on this page.
Something to note if you go there at lunch time. The basketball court is directly above this room. And you can clearly hear them play. The ceiling moves as well.