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I can’t wait to enjoy a refreshing drink on the Wonder!
My family is looking forward to our Disney Cruise Line sailing on the Disney Wonder! Not only will we be exploring Alaska for the first time, but it’ll be our first time on this particular ship as well. We can’t wait to see the stage shows, the pool and the spa. But as for me personally, most of all I’m looking forward to the food!
Here are the restaurants on board the Disney Wonder that I can’t wait to try:
Creole and Cajun inspired cooking themed to The Princess and the Frog? Sign me up! This restaurant will be part of the rotational dining service for dinner, so we’ll be guaranteed to eat at least one meal here. I know that the menu changes often, but I’m hoping they have the Warm Water Lobster Salad on the menu when we sail!
Continental dining with a French flair is how this restaurant’s fare is described. So I’m very much looking forward to dining “under the sea” in this restaurant themed towards Ariel’s father. This is also part of rotational dining, so dinner here will definitely happen. But I’m also curious to see what their breakfasts and lunches are like! Looking at past menus, the Ahi Tuna Nicoise sounds like it would be perfect for me!
Detail of the floor at Animator’s Palate
I’ve already eaten a couple of times at Animator’s Palate aboard the Dream, but it was such a wonderful experience that I can’t wait to eat in the Wonder’s version. Watching the screens come to life as guests are treated to the evolution of Disney animation is sure to enchant my entire family. Since this is part of the rotational dining service, we’re sure to eat here at least once. When I was looking at past menus, the Jumbo Shrimp Salad caught my eye.
DISNEY WONDER ROOM SERVICE
Laugh all you want, but this is supposed to be a vacation, and I’ll bet my family will want to have at least one meal in the comfort of our cabin. And since the room service menu is included in the price of our cruise, why not? (Editor’s note: make sure you do tip your room service server, as this tip is not included.) Maybe for lunch when we’re at sea I can order a Greek salad and just relax!
On my first Disney Cruise, on the Dream, we were so excited to experience the cruise with our then-eight-year-old daughter that we decided not to do any of the adults-only dining. So I am curious to see if this time around, the adults in our party can score a reservation for either brunch or dinner at Palo while the under-eighteens can enjoy the teen’s club. Honestly, what I’m most interested in here are the desserts! I’ve read rave reviews of the Apple Crostada!
No matter where we wind up eating, suffice it to say I will be telling all of you all about it when we get back from our sailing on the Disney Wonder!
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