The Enchanted Garden
On each night of your cruise, you will be assigned to one of the three main restaurants to dine in. Of course, if you would like to order room service or eat elsewhere that is an option (included in cruise just remember to tip). You will find your dining assignments coded on your Key to the World Card and also in your stateroom. Your dining assignments are only for dinner, you may eat breakfast and lunch at any of the dining rooms that are open. Your serving team will be the same each night and follow the dining rotation with you. The servers have also been known to cut your steak, if needed. If you have dietary needs, speak to Guest Services or a Dining Room Manager when you board.
The three restaurants on the dining rotation are The Animator’s Palette, The Enchanted Garden and The Royal Palace. Cabanas is also one of the main dining rooms but is not on the dining rotation – guests can just drop in for dinner. On a four night cruise, you will be assigned to one of the restaurants twice. Each of the Dining Rotation Dining Rooms has it’s own theme.
The Animator’s Palette features an interactive experience with Crush from Finding Nemo. The Enchanted Garden has the atmosphere of eating in the gardens at Versailles, while transforming itself from daytime to nightime during dinner. The Royal Palace makes you feel as if you are eating in Cinderella’s castle! The Enchanted Garden and The Royal Palace are also open for breakfast and lunch.
If you want a night out without the mouseketeers, make a reservation at Remy or Palo, two signature adult only restaurants on the Disney Dream. Palo features Northern Italian Cuisine and costs an extra $20 for brunch or dinner and $10 for high tea. Remy is inspired by the film “Ratatouille” and features French cuisine for a mere $75, if you would like wine pairings it will cost $99.