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Rapunzel's Royal Table/Tiana's Place/Enchanted Garden

Rapunzel's Royal Table/Tiana's Place/Enchanted Garden

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Rapunzel's Royal Table is the Magic’s new unique themed dining room on deck 3 aft, with a fun Tangled-themed dinner show (Rapunzel's Royal Table replaced Carioca's in March 2018). Tiana's Place is the Wonder’s New Orleans-styled dining room on deck 3 aft, serving a Louisiana-inspired menu. (Tiana's Place replaced Parrot Cay in late 2016.) Enchanted Garden, the Dream Class’ conservatory garden-inspired dining room on deck 2 mid, offers international cuisine with French and Asian accents. Parrot Cay and Enchanted Garden serve buffet breakfast and lunch with open seating, plus full service, rotational dinner.

Enchanted Garden

Decor—Rapunzel's Royal Table (Magic) is themed after a royal ballroom, bringing more sophistication to the former Carioca's. Subtle lighting effects separate buffet breakfasts and lunches (if offered) from table-service dinners. Tiana's Place (Wonder) brings the colorful sights of New Orleans to the former Parrot Cay. A live jazz band adds extra dimension to the dining experience. Enchanted Garden (Dream Class) evokes an airy, Belle Époque garden conservatory on the grounds of France’s Palace of Versailles, and delivers a subtle “show” where the lighting changes from day to night during dinner. Dinner seating in the attractive, circular booths (photo above) is, as always, determined by your assigned table number.

Dinner Dress—Unless the evening is formal, semi-formal/dress-up, or “pirate” (see page 173 and page 560), dress is resort casual. No shorts at dinner.

Our ReviewsRapunzel's Royal Table is difficult to review as we haven't tried it out yet, but we hear good things about it. Tiana's Place serves a New Orleans-inspired menu that treats seafood especially well, though it is rather loud. Our Rating 9/10. Dinner at Enchanted Garden is excellent, with French-inspired cuisine in a restful setting. The daytime buffet selections are limited, but very satisfying. Our rating: 8/10.

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Top Photo Slice: Mural on the wall in Carioca's (℗ 53318) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



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