Disney Cruises have a lot to offer, like letting you experience the magic of Disney while sailing around to different locations!
You can find exclusive entertainment, special themed days at sea, holiday celebrations, attractions, and more. There is also a lot of exclusive dining available! If you’re planning a Disney cruise, the dining options are an important thing to consider, since it’s not like you can just order from DoorDash if you’re not feeling the options! So, let’s take a look at ALL of the dining available on the Disney Fantasy!
All of the Disney Cruise ships have Rotational Dining, which means that guests on board rotate between three main table service restaurants for dinner during their cruise. The wait staff also rotates with the restaurants! Guests do not HAVE to eat at the restaurants included in Rotational Dining, but other dinner spots not included in the rotation will cost you extra money.
Let’s break down all of the restaurants included in Rotational Dining on the Disney Fantasy!
Royal Court is a restaurant all about Disney royalty. The furniture and decorations are inspired by Disney princess movies like Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast.
Breakfast and lunch are available here, with food items like French toast, omelets, and crêpes for breakfast. Lunch is a three-course meal with both French and American food options.
Dinner, which is a part of the rotational dining on the ship, is a four-course meal with appetizers like duck breast, spinach soufflé, and shrimp cocktail. Entrées include things like grilled beef tenderloin, lobster medallions, wild boar tenderloin, and more.
Read a Royal Court review here!
Enchanted Garden is designed to look like an Arboretum in Versailles, complete with white trellises and fountains.
Breakfast and lunch are available here as well, with breakfast options including Mickey waffles, omelets, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and more. Lunch has items like salads, burgers, fish, pizza, and more.
For dinner, this rotational dining spot specializes in market-fresh ingredients. Some of the appetizers include the cucumber garden roll, North Atlantic lobster roll, and more. There are also a variety of soups and salads, like the heirloom tomato soup, spinach and raspberry salad, and a romaine wedge salad.
Entrées include things like sea scallops, sea bass, roasted chicken, and more. There are vegetarian options available as well like pearl-barley cakes or glazed portobello mushrooms.
See our REVIEW of Enchanted Garden right here!
The Animator’s Palate restaurant is, obviously, all about Disney animation. The dining room shows hand-drawn designs from artists and guests can even watch an “innovative dinner show that celebrates the art of storytelling” while they eat.
The food here is a fusion of eats from the Pacific Islands, Asia, and California. For appetizers, you can choose from things like smoked salmon tartare, sliced Serrano ham, black truffle pasta purseittes, and a tomato tarte, or you could get things like creamy butternut squash soup, baked potato and cheddar cheese soup, arugula leaves, or a chicken and walnut salad.
Entrees include things like pennette bolognese, grilled tuna steak, lemon-thyme marinated all-natural chicken breast, herb-crusted pork chop, and ginger-teriyaki dusted angus beef tenderloin. There are some vegetarian options as well.
And, for dessert, you can get things like their signature lemon icebox pie, or the crunchy walnut cake, chocolate fudge cheesecake, cookies ‘n cream sundae, or warm sticky date pudding.
Also, if you’re 21 or over, you can pay an extra fee to pair your entrée with a wine from the extensive wine list that’s available.
Check out our REVIEW of Animator’s Palate right here!
Now, let’s talk about Palo. This is an adults-only table service restaurant with a semi-formal dress code. This is one of the spots that isn’t included in the price of your cruise, so you can eat here for an extra cost. Brunch or dinner is $45 per person.
Brunch includes things like eggs, soups, waffles and pancakes, pizzas, and entrees. Many of these feature an Italian flair, so you’ll find things on the dinner menu like Lasagna Bolognese and Calzones, along with steak, fish, pasta, and more.
Entrées available for dinner include Italian dishes like butternut agnolotti, seared sea scallops on celery root puree, and piquant dover sole (which is fileted table side).
FULL REVIEW of Palo Brunch on Disney Cruise Line
Remy is another adults-only table service restaurant that’s not included in the cost of your cruise. This fancy restaurant serves fine French dishes created by Chef Scott Hunnel (the chef who created Victoria & Albert’s at Disney World) and advising Chef Arnaud Lallement.
The prix fixe dinner is $125 per person, the Remy Champagne Brunch is $75 per person, the Remy Dessert Experience is $60 per person, the Petites Assiettes de Remy is $50 per person, and the Remy Wine Pairing Experience is $105 per person. Reservations are highly recommended if you want to eat here.
Click here to see more about Remy!
Other Dining Options
There are several other dining options on the ship as well, like quick service spots, as well as bars and lounges. For quick service spots, you can check out Sweet on You, which has all kinds of sweet treats, Senses Juice Bar, which is a juice bar near the spa, and Flo’s Café, which is actually three counter-service restaurants in one — Luigi’s Pizza, Tow Mater’s Grill, and Fillmore’s Favorites. They serve up things like pizza slices, hamburgers, chicken, salad, and more.
Other quick service spots include Preludes, the snack stand located outside the Walt Disney Theatre, Frozone Treats, which has a variety of smoothies, and Eye Scream Treats, which has a selection of soft-serve ice cream flavors.
As for lounges and bars, there are several for you to check out on the ship! The adults-only lounges include La Piazza, inspired by Italian cities and plazas, Bon Voyage, inspired by the art deco era, Meridian, inspired by early ships, Skyline, featuring large “windows” that show skylines from various cities around the world, Currents, which is up on one of the top decks, and Cove Café, which is a sophisticated tropical spot.
There is also O’Gills Pub, which becomes adults-only during the evenings. It’s inspired by Irish pubs and serves things like Irish ales, stouts, and pilsners, along with specialty drinks and cocktails.
Other lounges on the ship that are not adults-only include Vista Café, which is an art deco cafe that serves coffee and pastries in the mornings. In the evenings you can find some cocktails here. Another spot is D Lounge, which is a colorful space with family-friendly entertainment like karaoke and trivia. It has a full bar but also has some non-alcoholic drinks available.
Finally, there is one more dining experience aboard the Disney Fantasy. The Royal Court Royal Tea is a special dining experience where kids ages 3 to 12 can have a tea party with Disney princesses. The party includes entertainment, a selection of herbal teas, and a two-course meal — one course is sweet and the other is savory.
This experience is $220 each for children and $69 for the adults who go with them. It also requires advanced reservations. Each child will receive a special gift. The princess-themed gifts include a jewelry box, link bracelet, necklace with charms, a Cinderella doll, autograph book with pen, and a tiara. And the knight-themed gifts include a Royal Court cinch bag, sword and shield, pins, autograph book, and Duffy the Disney Bear plush.
That’s an overview of all of the dining available on the Disney Fantasy! We hope this helps give you an idea of all of your dining options on board so you can plan your trip. If you have any questions, please let us know!!
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