Disney Fantasy Cruise – Dinner Night 1

I love to cruise! After cruising the Disney Dream in February we booked another for the week prior to Christmas. Seeing the Fantasy decked out in Christmas decor was awesome. More awesome, the food!

Best sail-away buffet on the high seas is provided by Cabanas.

In-season, there are snow crab legs. This sailing they had crab claws. I preferred the bacon-wrapped salmon, veggies and some cheddar mash.

Just a little snack before the real eating began. Soon our 3 or 4 course meals would start in one of three amazing restaurants onboard.

On Disney cruise ships you switch dining rooms each night, with your servers following you to each new place. On our cruise last week, we started with Animator’s Palate.

I began with the Black Truffle Pasta Purseittes.

Pasta purses filled with truffle scented cheese and coated with champagne sauce.

Next I enjoyed a cup of creamy butternut squash soup.

This soup was topped with chives and drizzled with sour cream. Divine.

My child enjoyed her entree of Mickey Mac-n-cheese with fries, peas and a ketchup Mickey!

My entree choice was Ginger-Teriyaki dusted Angus beef tenderloin.

This tasty tenderloin was served on wasabi mashed potatoes with bok choy and a tamarind barbecue reduction.

The hubs chose an herb crusted veal tenderloin.

This roasted veal chop was brushed with Dijon mustard and crusted with herbed breadcrumbs and served with sun-dried tomato risotto and a Barolo wine sauce.

I finished this first nights meal with a dessert trio.

This tempting trio consisted of a raspberry tart topped with merengue, a vanilla cheesecake/chocolate cake topped with whipped cream, and a mango mousse. Disney knows how to do desserts! All three were perfection.

I hope you enjoyed this first look at our Disney Fantasy dining experience. I will feature the second of three restaurants in my next post, and will blog about all six nights of dining, as well as restaurants visited off the ship! (And also my favorite room service dish!)

Stay tuned!

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