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allears 10-12-2012 10:32 AM

Fantasy, High Tea?
 
This has probably been asked and answered already, but is High Tea not offered on the Fantasy? Just booked our brunch and dinner reservations, but can't find High Tea. I'm thinking it's not an option as I can't find it on the DCL web site either.

jdb in AZ 10-12-2012 10:37 AM

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Originally Posted by allears (Post 46424123)
This has probably been asked and answered already, but is High Tea not offered on the Fantasy? Just booked our brunch and dinner reservations, but can't find High Tea. I'm thinking it's not an option as I can't find it on the DCL web site either.

Palo Brunch is so popular that DCL did away with high tea on all four ships a few months ago to make room for more brunch reservations.

It'sWDW4me 10-12-2012 10:43 AM

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Originally Posted by allears (Post 46424123)
This has probably been asked and answered already, but is High Tea not offered on the Fantasy? Just booked our brunch and dinner reservations, but can't find High Tea. I'm thinking it's not an option as I can't find it on the DCL web site either.

High Tea ended on all four ships back in early to mid-August (the 8/11 sailing was the last with HT on the Fantasy). They did this to expand the brunch hours so it's MUCH easier to get a brunch ressie now! :)

allears 10-12-2012 10:48 AM

Very cool. I always enjoyed High Tea and will miss it, but things change and I decided it made room to book brunch at Remey as well as Palo.

indans123 02-21-2013 07:52 AM

Discontinued
 
High tea at Palo on all ships has be discontinued :confused: Me and DH were gutted to find this out as we were so excited to book it for August! They decided to call the high tea quits about a year ago after it was such good quality for such a small price and the brunch was proven more popular! However the high tea was more delicate pastries, macaroons and delicacies like that, the brunch involves a lot more fishy dishes and pizza, which me and DH are not too keen on! :( However, if anyone hears any different as regards to high teas etc. please pm me as I'd love to do a couples event on the Disney Fantasy whilst the DD's are in Vibe! :idea:

tinkerbell 766 02-21-2013 09:42 AM

Do you know, from an English point of view, what is served at the brunch is actually more akin to 'high tea' than what was previously served as high tea, which we would call 'afternoon tea'. Funny how different countries differ in what they call things!!!!
Here is a link to the traditional definitions of the two different teas, if anybody is interested
http://coffeetea.about.com/od/histor...ernoon-Tea.htm

sayhello 02-21-2013 01:02 PM

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Originally Posted by tinkerbell 766 (Post 47578586)
Do you know, from an English point of view, what is served at the brunch is actually more akin to 'high tea' than what was previously served as high tea, which we would call 'afternoon tea'. Funny how different countries differ in what they call things!!!!
Here is a link to the traditional definitions of the two different teas, if anybody is interested
http://coffeetea.about.com/od/histor...ernoon-Tea.htm

Personally, I think they called it High Tea because they didn't know any better. No type of Tea is traditional here in the US. It's a fancy, do it for a special-occasion, once-in-a-very-great-while thing they "borrowed" from you Brits. :goodvibes

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