Disney Fantasy Cruise – dinner – night 2

Dinner on our second night took place at the Enchanted Garden restaurant aboard the Disney Fantasty.

This lovely garden setting has a beautiful Mickey fountain.

My first course this evening was a savory mushroom tart.

This tart contained applewood smoked bacon and wild mushroom served over creamy leeks. I really enjoyed this appetizer.

My husband enjoyed the North Atlantic lobster ravioli.

This lobster pasta was made with garlic and sweet basil and served in a light tomato broth.

Next, this dish was called a Wedge but looked more like a deconstructed Caesar salad.

Romaine, fresh tomatoes, creamy Romano and spiced croutons. It was tasty.

For my entree I ordered the caramelized sea scallops.

This dish was served with roasted asparagus, sun-dried tomato cous-cous, and creamy leeks in a red wine veal jus. Great flavor and perfectly cooked scallops.

The hubs enjoyed prime rib this evening.

This slow roasted carved prime rib was served with thyme roasted veggies, double baked potato, natural jus and horseradish.

The tot chose the classic Mickey bar for dessert this evening. You can see our young table-mate (Hi Eric) was eyeing this too!

We were served a selection of fruit gelatin and chocolate from the chef. Sweet treat!

I don’t remember ordering two desserts, so I believe this belonged to a member of a family we shared our table with. (Thanks Evan or Kari!) This is a sacher tort with apricot sauce.

The hubs ordered the warm sticky date pudding.

This dessert was served with vanilla ice cream on a butterscotch sauce with a philo crunch.

I, of course, needed the tempting trio of desserts.

From left to right, a sacher tort, an Esterhazy cake and strawberry cheesecake.

Our server, I Made (pronounced “E-mah-DAY”) from Indonesia was wonderful. Not only a professional in the service industry but also a man of many talents and beautiful stories from his homeland. He made origami flying swans for each child at our table.

And our maître de, Ali, made table napkin hats for the kids too.

I attempted to replicate a Jasmine-esque napping arrangement for my daughter that Ali made for another child but alas, I am not skilled.

(Though from this pic you can see she enjoyed her Mikey bar.)

The Enchanted Garden is lovely and we even ate once at this location for breakfast.

Four more nights of dinner to come, and a return visit to each of the restaurants we’ve visited. Can’t wait to bring you more delicious dishes!

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