Disney’s newest cruise ship, the Disney Wish, is preparing to take its maiden voyage in just a few short weeks!
We’ve had a look a some of the exciting entertainment offerings on board, not to mention the thrilling recreation and world-class dining options. The ship has officially been christened (check out our coverage of that event here!), and now we’re bringing you a look at menus for some of the dining locations on the Disney Wish!
The Disney Wish offers different types of dining depending on what type of experience passengers are after: adult-exclusive dining, casual dining, and rotational dining. With rotational dining, guests rotate between the three restaurants on board, and those are the menus we’re taking a look at!
This restaurant is named after the year that Walt Disney started the company, and its cuisine is fresh coastal Californian.
It looks like there are a few appetizers to choose from…
…plus some interesting-sounding soups and salads!
Of course, there is a bread service — that honey butter dip is calling our name — and a few different entrée selections as well.
Disney has also included vegetarian options on the menu…
…plus some lighter options if that’s something you’re looking for!
We’ll take one of each dessert, thanks! That Fuji Apple Cheesecake? Yes, please!
And the desserts don’t stop there — you’ll have plenty to choose from!
Kiddos get a good selection of options as well, including soup or salad…
…classic kid-friendly entrées…
…and there are Disney Check Meals, too!
1923 sounds like it will be a great option for a slightly more upscale dining experience while still feeling those Disney vibes!
Worlds of Marvel
Worlds of Marvel is the very first Marvel dinner show and experience where guests are put right into the action. Ant-Man and the Wasp will take guests on an adventure in Avengers — Quantum Encounter, all while guests enjoy their meal. The cuisine is inspired by Wakanda, Sokovia, and New York!
There are some yummy-sounding appetizers like Steamed Bao Buns and Fried Shrimp…
…plus some lighter salads and soups!
Entrées assemble here on the menu, with a Berbere Spiced Pork Chop, Schnitzel, seafood pasta, and more…
…and there are a few vegetarian options too…
…plus some lighter fare as well.
Not quite as light, however, are these desserts! Sticky date pudding and key lime pie? Sign us up!
There’s also a sugar-free dessert, and an ice cream sundae!
Kids get to be heroes at this dining location as well — with a choice of appetizer…
…and entrées fit for a superhero, too!
We’ve got some Disney Check Meals…
…and of course, daring desserts like the Quantum Cupcake!
Stay tuned for our full review of Worlds of Marvel on the Disney Wish!
Read our full review of this location here!
Arendelle — A Frozen Dining Experience
Worlds of Marvel isn’t the only dinner show on the Disney Wish! Arendelle — A Frozen Dining Experience offers a range of Norwegian-inspired foods while guests catch up with their favorite characters from Frozen!
We’ve got a whole smorgasbord of appetizers…
…plus a Nordic Cucumber, Potato & Carrot Salad, Troll Valley salad, and some soups as well!
Guests will receive bread service, and can choose between quite a few entrées, like King Agnarr’s Dry-rubbed Roasted Pork Tenderloin!
Disney has the vegetarians covered as well.
There are lighter entrées available at this dining location as well.
But of course, there is also dessert!
Who wouldn’t want to celebrate Elsa’s coronation with ice cream?!
You can see our full review of the Frozen Dining Experience here!
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It looks pretty good. But why are they adding lemon to the cream of mushroom soup? We don’t do that in the Slavic Countries. Adding acid to cream gets you curdled.
I thought there was going to be vegan options ?
Not overly impressed with the menu’s. Very exotic for a meat and potato’s crowd. I have always had a problem with the dit down dining options. Many times I have had to eat off of the children’s menu… looks like the tradition will continue.