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Disney Fantasy Cruise Ship Menus

If you’re anticipating a cruise on the brand new Disney Fantasy soon, you’re in luck when it comes to food! Some of the Disney Fantasy menus for the table-service restaurants have already been revealed!! These are always subject to change, so we’re excited to see what might be added as the boat continues to sail!

Here are some fun sneak peeks at the menus — along with some photos of our favorites! Bon Appetit!

Animator’s Palate

Entrees on the Animator’s Palate Menu include dishes for landlubbers, seafood lovers, and vegetarians!

One popular dish is the Animator’s Trio of Veal. It’s a Grilled Tenderloin, pulled Shank, with Tortellacci Pasta. For seafood, the Grilled Pacific Black Cod, or White Shrimp Pennette Pasta, are great choices. Vegetarians can choose from Stir-fry Vegetables or Black Bean Chipotle Cakes.

Aboard the ship, go ahead and order one (or two ;-)) appetizers! The Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes are your must-order app. Trust me!

Truffle Purseittes

This menu looks identical to the one on the Disney Dream. Check out our review of Disney Dream’s Animator Palate.

Cabanas

There are plenty of options on the Cabanas Menu to curb your hunger at sea aboard the Fantasy.

While options rotate, you may find Jerk Chicken Salad, Caribbean-style Conch Chowder, Fettuccine with Parmesan Crusted Chicken, New York Strip Steak, Banana Crème Brûlée, Cinderella’s Lemon Cheesecake, Minnie’s Mini Burger, and Chicken Tenders.

We dug into the endless eats at Cabanas on the Disney Dream.

Amazing Cabanas Seafood Display

Buffet Plate

Enchanted Garden

New to the Enchanted Garden menu aboard the Disney Fantasy — Cream of Green Asparagus as an appetizer and Slow Roasted Prime Rib for an entree. Try the Caramelized Sea Scallops or Roasted Pork Tenderloin!

And check out this gorgeous Ahi Tuna and Avocado Tower With Crispy Noodles and Wasabi Dressing!

Ahi Tower at Enchanted Garden

Royal Court

The Royal Court’s menu is French-inspired. Entrees include Roasted Wild Boar Tenderloin, Oven-Baked Salmon Royal, and Double Cut Rack of Lamb with a Dijon Crust.

The Onion Soup is wonderful…

Royal Palace French Onion Soup

Royal Court French Onion Soup

…And I can highly recommend the Aged Angus Grilled Beef Tenderloin topped with Garlic Shrimp, with Sautéed Snow Peas and Marquis Potatoes with a Cognac Reduction!

Royal Court Filet

Palo

The menu for Palo, one of the adults-only restaurants aboard the Disney Fantasy, continues to offer delectable dishes. The Beef Tenderloin “Palo” is a specialty!

Palo Tenderloin

The same menu is served on the Disney Dream. Check out our Palo Review!

Take a look at all of our Disney Fantasy Menus here! It’s time to plan your eats on this floating wonderland!

And don’t forget to check out the Disney Fantasy cocktails we highlighted last week!

Are you headed out on the Disney Fantasy this year? Let us know what YOU plan to indulge in!

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12 Comments

  1. Nate says:

    Alright, let’s do this. Here are my choices, garcon:

    ANIMATOR’S PALATE:
    Cocktail: My Own Cocktail Choice, thanks. (an Old Fashioned)
    App: Rock Shrimp & Onion Cheesecake – very interesting!
    Entree: Beef Tenderloin – actually not too excited about most of these entrees…
    Dessert: Sweet Temptations – why get one dessert when you can get THREE!?

    CABANAS:
    Well, everything.

    ENCHANTED GARDEN:
    Cocktail: Again – Old Fashioned.
    App: Thyme & Garlic Brioche – why do so many appetizers sound so amazing?
    Soup/Salad: Cream of Asparagus
    Entree: Pan-Seared Sea Bass – although, those scallops sound amazing, also.

    PALO:
    Oh, palo… yum.
    App: Mozzarella & Tomatoes / Tuna Carpaccio
    Entree: Osso Buco -or- Palo Tenderloin – screw you, pasta & fish.
    Dessert: That souffle better be on the menu. ;)

    ROYAL COURT:
    Cocktail: Double Crowned – I’m sure it’s no Old Fashioned, but I’ll try it.
    App: Lobster & Shrimp – Usually a sucker for duck, I’m trying this specifically for the dill & horseradish cream.
    Soups/Salads: French Onion Soup – it’s french onion soup, that’s why.
    Entree: Wild Boar – Usually a sucker for rack of lamb also. HOWEVER, I haven’t had rack of lamb since I was in Hawaii, and I had the best lamb I’ve ever had, and decided right there to never eat lamb again unless it was at this restaurant in Hawaii. I don’t think I’ve EVER had wild boar…
    Dessert: Grand Marnier Souffle

    Can’t wait to see the other options (Quick Service/Room Service/Etc.)
    BON APPETIT!

  2. AJ says:

    Nate — No worries; the Palo souffle is ALWAYS on the menu! :-) And that cream of asparagus soup sounds AMAZING!

  3. Heather Sievers says:

    Thanksgiving 2013! Can’t wait!

  4. marcellina says:

    ok, I seriously have to look into donating blood or selling an organ so I can raise some money to cruise on this ship!!! Onion soup, caramelized scallops, and conch chowder, oh my!

  5. Jeanine says:

    You know, probably one of my _least_ favorite things I’ve had on DCL was the shrimp cheesecake thing. I recall it just seeming like a huge wedge of dense cheese in which you had to dig around looking for the bits of shrimp. Having said that, it was the favorite thing of many other people I’ve spoken with, so à chacun son goût.

    I am simultaneously attracted to and repelled from the new Disney trend of putting shrimp on top of anything/everything.

    AJ–going on the AllEars cruise? I think it’s your duty to the blog and podcast! ;)

  6. Chrissy says:

    Last September I sailed on the Dream, and I absolutely LOVED the shrimp cheesecake from AP. The server tried to talk me out of it, but I was dead set on trying it, knowing that if I didn’t like it, either my mom would eat it or I could get a different appetizer.

    I can’t wait to go on the Fantasy in December!

  7. Sandy says:

    They haven’t updated the menu on DisneyCruise.com, but on our Dream Cruise last October they had replaced The Enchanted Garden Tuna Salad with Slow Roasted Prime Rib on the menu. I see Enchanted Garden has both on the Fantasy.

  8. AJ says:

    Heather — So jealous!!

    Marci — Ha ha! I hear ya!

    Jeanine — You crack me up! I love that you’re spicing up my blog with foreign languages. Not scheduled to go on the All Ears cruise right now, but it would be a “Dream!” Ha ha!

    Chrissy — Jealous!!!

    Sandy — Ooh!!! Good catch! Order both!

  9. Elizabeth says:

    The cream of green asparagus soup at Enchanted Garden is quite possibly one of the most amazing things I’ve ever had in my life!

  10. AJ says:

    Elizabeth — Yum!

  11. Beverly Holzhauser says:

    Please, could you send me the recipe for chilled pineapple soup. I found it last year; however, I have misplace it. Want to make it for a birthday dinner.
    Thanks,
    Beverly

  12. lorraine says:

    Be careful and check your credit card statement as Disney charges for stuff days after you have left the ship…it is disgusting and like 400 dollars US..and they lie and say it is for a missing blanket

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