04 March 2012

Disney Fantasy Dining

Disney Cruise Line not only offers great family dining but elegant options for adults as well. On the newest ship, Disney Fantasy, you'll find casual, table-service and signature dining.

Casual Dining

A casual dining food court with a variety of food stations. Cabanas California beach inspired restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating. Located on Deck 11 guests can enjoy an array of cuisines from 16 food stations. This restaurant becomes table-service in the evenings for cooked-to-order entrees are severed.

Flo's Cafe
Disney Pixar's Cars themed with stations named Luigi's Pizza, Tow Mater's Grill and Fillmore's Favorites you'll find traditional American favorites. This quick-service location offers burgers, chicken tenders, pizza, salads and sandwich wraps.

Eye Scream Treats
At this Mike Wazowski themed location enjoy soft-serve ice cream with your favorite toppings.

Frozone Treats
The Incredibles themed quick-service venue served delicious fruit smoothies.

Main Dining

Animator's Palate
Inspired by animator's studios this restaurant is dined at twice during the cruise with two different dining experiences. The first, "Animation Magic" gives guests the opportunity to create their own artwork on a placemat template which is picked up by the servers to be delivered to Mickey. After dinner Mickey parades the drawings around the dining room in scenes from various Disney movies. As the credits roll guests will enjoy seeing their names up on the big screen. The cuisine is just as creative as the restaurant with hot and cold appetizer samplers to start of the meal.

"Undersea Magic" transports guests on an undersea adventure. Crush from Finding Nemo is your host and swims from window to window having conversations with guests. The menu will feature seafood dishes but not to worry there are plenty of other offerings like wild mushroom risotto and trio of veal.

Animator's Palate
Royal Court
This elegant dining room is inspired by some of the most popular Disney princess movies - Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The decor features iconic pieces from the movies. Continental French cuisine is served and include lobster and jumbo shrimp, escargot and beef tenderloin with garlic shrimp.

Enchanted Garden
The gardens of Versailles in Paris, France was the inspiration for this whimsical dining room. You'll be transported to the rolling hills of France with trellises ans spring-green arches. Breakfast and lunch are buffet-style with which is bright with light of a blue sky day. Dinner is a la carte and the ceiling transforms into a nighttime of twinkling stars.

Signature Dining

This adults only dining experience features Northern Italian cuisine in an elegant atmosphere. Enjoy dinner in the dining room while being serenaded by a pianist or al fresco on the private teak deck. Offering hot and cold antipasti, fresh pasta, seafood, meats and delicious desserts like panna cotta with strawberry-basil sorbet. The wine list consist of 99% Italian wines and includes Prosecco. The signature cocktail, Balsamic Grande features vodka, a splash of 5-year old balsamic vinegar and fresh muddled strawberries. In addition to dinner Palo also offers Champagne brunch and high tea on select days.

Reservations are required. There is an additional charge of $20 for brunch and dinner; $10 for high tea. Dinner is business casual and brunch and high tea are cruise casual.

The premier dining experience featuring French-inspired gourmet cuisine created by Chef Arnaud Lallement from I'Assiette Champenoise outside of Reims, France and Chef Scott Hunnel from Victoria & Albert's at Walt Disney World is for guests 18 and older. Start your dinner off with "Collette", their signature cocktail handcrafted tableside, combining Taittinger Champagne and pear vodka, and garnished with blueberry, dried apricot and mint leaf.

There is the main dining room decorated nouveau style with Remy, from Ratatouille subtly designed into the dining room. Chez Gusteau, a private Chef's Table dining room seats eight and is designed like the dining room from the movie with red carpet, chairs and drapes with hints of gold and scenes of Paris on the walls. This exquisite dining room has its own entrance to the kitchen for easy access for the chefs.

The wine list features 200 wines from around the world, mostly vintage French wines. As well as Remy's Vault, exclusive list of rare wines from around the world. Twenty two wines have been selected as the best and are presented by a white-gloved sommelier to diners in an elegant velvet box that opens like a book with each wine on a silver-plated plaque. One of the wines is a 1947 Chateau Cheval Blanc, retails for $25,000 and is a nod to Rataouille in which Anton Ego requests in the movie.

Reservations are required. There is an additional charge of $75 per person, plus cost of wine and other alcoholic beverages. Wine pairings are offered at $99. Dress code for men is dress jacket, dress pant and shoes (optional tie) and for women, cocktail dress, evening dress, pant suit or dressy skirt and blouse.

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