Dining on the High Sea

Disney Cruise Line Dining and Restaurants

Food and cruising go hand-in-hand. On Disney Cruise Line, the food is prepared fresh 24 hours a day. Disney Cruise Line dining is comprised of the following types eating opportunities: Main (Rotational) Dining, Adult Exclusive Dining, Casual Dining, Quick Service, and Room Service. With a wide variety of menu options and dining styles, the dining on Disney Cruise Line is sure to please the whole family.

Main Dining – With Disney’s Rotational Dining, guests rotate amongst the three main restaurants each night. The servers rotate with the guests, giving a uniquely seamless experience.

  • Adult Exclusive Dining – Looking for a more romantic or upscale dining experience?  The Adult Exclusive Dining options are for adults age 18 and older.
  • Casual Dining – Try the casual dining on Disney Cruise Line for a more laid-back dining option. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner feature either buffet or made-to-order items to satisfy most palates. Casual Dining may be either in an air-conditioned setting or on the deck.
  • Quick Service – Quick Service on Disney Cruise Line is very similar to Quick Service at Walt Disney World: burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, pizza, pastries, cereal, etc. Quick Service is available various times throughout the day and into the night.
  • Room Service – How about breakfast on the veranda, or a late-night snack in the room? Room Service is available 24 hours a day.

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Restaurants on Disney Dream/Disney Fantasy:

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Animator’s Palate– (All 4 Disney Cruise Line Ships) Animator’s Palate mimics a real animator’s studio. It starts out in black-and-white, but color is added as the meal progresses. Serves Contemporary Pacific Rim cuisine with an American flair. Open for dinner only as part of Rotational Dining.

Enchanted Garden – (Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy) Enchanted Garden is open seating when serving breakfast and lunch, but it is part of the Rotational Dining for dinner. This restaurant was inspired by the gardens of Versailles and features Market-inspired Continental cuisine.

Royal Palace or Royal Court – (Disney Dream – Royal Palace, Disney Fantasy – Royal Court)  The Royal Palace and the Royal Court are inspired by the classic Disney princess films. Dine like a prince or princess for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in these dining rooms filled with rich and ornate details. Breakfast and lunch are available on select days, and for dinner, these restaurants are part of the Rotational Dining.

Palo – (All 4 Disney Cruise Line Ships) Palo is open for dinner nightly on all cruises and offers a Champagne Brunch while the ship is at sea on cruises that are four nights or longer. Dine on Italian delicacies while watching the sea go by outside the wall of windows. What a perfect spot for a romantic dinner! The cost to dine at Palo is $20 per person (PLUS an additional charge for specialty and alcoholic beverages) and reservations are required.

Remy – (Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy) Remy is the most upscale dining experience on a Disney Cruise Line ship!  It is open for dinner every night and a Champagne Brunch on sea days during cruises that are four nights or longer. Remy features French cuisine. Guests who have a reservation for dinner at Remy are invited to meet with the sommelier beforehand to preselect the wines for their dinner. For a more intimate experience, Remy also offers a private dining room called the Gusteau Room. There is a charge to dine at Remy: $75 per person for dinner and $50 per person for brunch. Reservations are required. There is also an additional charge for wine and alcoholic beverages.

Cabanas – (Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy) Cabanas is an indoor/outdoor Casual Dining restaurant with a California beach theme. Cabanas serves “made-to-order” for breakfast and lunch, but it is changed to a “table-service” restaurant for dinner.

Preludes – (All 4 Disney Cruise Line Ships) Preludes is a Quick Service restaurant located just outside the Walt Disney Theatre. Preludes is open before, during, and after live performances and movies. They also provide wait-staff service, so guests don’t even have to leave their seats to get a beverage or snack. Some items have an additional charge.

Eye Scream Treats and Frozone Treats – (Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy)  These are two Quick Service eateries serving up frozen treats. Eye Scream Treats has soft-serve ice cream with a variety of sundae toppings, and Frozone Treats whips up yummy fruit smoothies.

Flo’s Café – (Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy) Flo’s Café is a Quick Service restaurant that has three food stations: Luigi’s Pizza, Tow Mater’s Grill, and Fillmore’s Favorites.

Restaurants on Disney Magic/Disney Wonder:

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Animator’s Palate – (All 4 Disney Cruise Line Ships) Animator’s Palate mimics a real animator’s studio. It starts out in black-and-white, but color is added as the meal progresses. Serves Contemporary Pacific Rim cuisine with an American flair. Open for dinner only as part of Rotational Dining.

Parrot Cay – (Disney Magic, Disney Wonder) Parrot Cay is open seating when serving breakfast and lunch but is part of the Rotational Dining for dinner. For dinner, Caribbean grill specialties are served in a dining room that brightly colored and is reminiscent of the beach. Parrot Cay became Carioca’s (reminiscent of a Brazilian-themed marketplace during a festival) on the reimagined Disney Magic.

Lumiere’s – (Disney Magic) Lumiere’s is inspired by Beauty and the Beast and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast and lunch are open seating and are comprised of American favorites. For dinner, Lumiere’s is part of the Rotational Dining with food that is French-inspired.

Triton’s – (Disney Wonder) Triton’s is inspired by The Little Mermaid and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast and lunch are open seating and are comprised of American favorites. For dinner, Triton’s is part of the Rotational Dining with food that is French-inspired.

Palo – (All 4 Disney Cruise Line Ships) Palo is open for dinner nightly on all cruises and offers a Champagne Brunch while the ship is at sea on cruises that are four nights or longer. Dine on Italian delicacies while watching the sea go by outside the wall of windows. What a perfect spot for a romantic dinner! The cost to dine at Palo is $20 per person (PLUS an additional charge for specialty and alcoholic beverages) and reservations are required.

Cabanas – (Disney Magic) Cabanas is an indoor/outdoor Casual Dining restaurant is inspired by the Australian setting of the classic “Finding Nemo”. Cabanas serves “made-to-order” itemsfor breakfast and lunch, but it is changed to a “table-service” restaurant for dinner.

Beach Blanket Buffet – (Disney Wonder) Beach Blanket Buffet is an indoor/outdoor restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch as a buffet. It serves American and International cuisine, and it is changed into a sit-down restaurant for dinner.

Preludes – (All 4 Disney Cruise Line Ships) Preludes is a Quick Service restaurant located just outside the Walt Disney Theatre. Preludes is open before, during, and after live performances and movies. They also provide wait-staff service, so guests don’t even have to leave their seat to get a beverage or snack. Some items have an additional charge.

Goofy’s Galley – (Disney Magic, Disney Wonder) Goofy’s Galley is an outdoor Quick Service eatery that serves breakfast, lunch, and evening snacks.

Pinocchio’s Pizzeria – (Disney Magic, Disney Wonder) Pinocchio’s Pizzeria is an outside eatery that serves pizza throughout the day.

Pluto’s Dog House – (Disney Magic, Disney Wonder) Pluto’s Dog House is a Quick Service eatery that serves lunch, dinner, and snacks.

Dining Hours and Dress Code:

The Main Dining restaurants that are part of the Rotational Dining serve dinner at two seatings in the evening, but the other restaurants may have varying hours throughout the voyage. Make sure to consult your Personal Navigator for days and times that each restaurant is open. The dress code also varies and will be listed on each day’s Personal Navigator. However, there are a few dress codes that don’t change:

  • Tank tops, swim wear and/or shorts should not be worn to dinner for Main Dining, Adult Exclusive Dining, or Casual Dining locations.
  • For Palo brunch, cruise casual dress is suggested. For Palo dinner, men are required to wear a dress shirt or jacket, and for women, a dress or pantsuit is recommended. No shorts, swim wear, tank tops, or blue jeans are allowed.
  • For Remy, men are required to wear a jacket (e.g. sports, suit or tuxedo) with dress slacks and dress shoes. Ties are optional. Women should wear a cocktail dress, dressy pant suit, skirt with blouse, or nice dress. No jeans, shorts, capri pants, sandals, flip-flops, or tennis shoes are allowed.

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