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Dining on the High Seas

Dining on the High Seas

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Cruises are famous for food—buffet breakfasts, brunches, snacks, pool-side lunches, high tea, elegant dinners, dessert buffets, and room service! You won’t be disappointed by the food on the Disney Cruise Line. Sure, there’s plenty of it—we like to say, “If you’re hungry, you’re not trying hard enough.” More important, in our opinion, is the quality of the food. As restaurant critics, we pay attention to food—presentation, preparation, quality, and taste. We would grade virtually every dish we tried during our cruises as a B or B+, and dining on the new Disney ships has bumped things up another notch. There were some disappointments, sure, but in general, we’ve been very happy cruisers with no rumblies in our tumblies.

In all fairness, we’ve heard a few complaints from other cruisers over the years. Some feel there should be even more food offered, like on some other cruise lines (our poor waistlines). Others feel the food options are too exotic for their tastes (Disney has since added simpler choices to the menus). Yet others say the food isn’t as “gourmet” as some European lines. Vegetarian and sugar-free dessert options were considered lackluster, but those, too, are greatly improved. Most cruisers, however, rave about the food on board.

Dining options abound during your cruise. On the Magic Class: Breakfast—Cabanas, Lumière’s/Triton’s, or Palo Brunch. Lunch—Cabanas, Pete’s Boiler Bites, Pinocchio’s Pizzeria, Lumière’s/Triton’s, or Rapunzel's/Tiana's. Snacks—Daisy’s De-Lites, Pete’s Boiler Bites, or Pinocchio’s Pizzeria. Dinner—Lumière’s/Triton’s, Animator’s Palate, Rapunzel's Royal Table/Tiana's Place, or Palo. Cabanas may also be open for dinner. On the Dream Class: Breakfast—Cabanas, Royal Palace/Royal Court, Enchanted Garden, or Palo Brunch. Lunch—Cabanas, Flo’s Cafè, Royal Palace/Royal Court, or Enchanted Garden. Snacks—Flo’s Cafè, Vanellope's Sweets & Treats  (Dream), Sweet on You (Fantasy). Dinner—Royal Palace/Royal Court, Enchanted Garden, Animator’s Palate, Palo, or Remy. Cabanas may also be open. On all ships, room service is always an option, and theme dinners and dessert buffets are held on special nights. Whew! Read on to learn about Disney’s innovative dining rotations and your delicious choices. Bon appétit!

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Top Photo Slice: Most excellent servers David and Emily on Jennifer’s recent Disney Magic cruise (℗ 53310) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



Comments:

  • Micknmin44 on 06/18/2017 at 11:18:05 am EDT says:

    RE: Photo Slice for Dining on the High Seas

    • Micknmin44 on 06/18/2017 at 11:37:34 am EDT says :

      Please delete this comment. I meant to save this as a personal note, not a comment. 😄

  • MomofTwinsplus1 on 06/03/2017 at 11:58:58 am EDT says:

    RE: Dining on the High Seas

    What about food allergies? Any guidance there? My son is anaphylactic to eggs and peanuts.



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