Adult and family dining options aboard the Disney Fantasy

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Royal Court on the Disney Fantasy &#169 The Walt Disney Company

Royal Court on the Disney Fantasy @ The Walt Disney Company

Disney Vacation Guide: Dining on the new Disney Fantasy

The exquisite new Disney Fantasy joins the Disney Cruise Line fleet this spring, launching on March 31. The Fantasy, Disney’s fourth cruise ship, offers all kinds of fun, including: two brand new Broadway-style musical stage shows, a Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and The Pirates League for makeovers of little princesses and swashbucklers, a detective adventure game featuring The Muppets and more dining options than you can shake a stick at. (Not that you would want to shake a stick at any of these options). Here’s a little “taste” of what you can expect at four of the ship’s restaurants.

Disney Fantasy Family Dining Options

Hand-crafted mosaic tile murals of the princesses, chandeliers, custom furnishings and fixtures – the elegant Royal Court is a dining room perfectly suited for a princess in any grand palace. This lavish Rotational Dining restaurant serves French-inspired dishes three times a day.

Animator’s Palate brings the magic of Disney animation to dinner via two exciting dinner shows: Animation Magic and Undersea Magic. The menu for this Rotational Dining restaurant is still being finalized, but it’s sure to be pleasing to everyone in the family.

Disney Fantasy Adult Dining Options

The Disney Fantasy offers two adult-exclusive dining options: Palo and Remy. Palo specializes in Northern Italian cuisine with a contemporary twist while Remy is an upscale, romantic restaurant offering French-inspired cuisine.

Palo offers al fresco dining on a private outdoor teak deck. Inside the dining room a pianist softly serenades you as you eat.

Remy also offers a private dining experience where, in the Gusteau Room, diners enjoy a special multi-course menu, a chat with the head chef and even more exquisite ambiance.

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