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newmansjg 12-31-2012 08:28 PM

Fantasy--Chef's Table?
 
I was reading a review on Remy and there was mention of a Chef's Table in the restaurant. Anyone know how to go about reserving there? We've done Chef's Tables on Royal Caribbean and love it so we'd like to try Disney's Chef's Table too! I didn't see anything on the DCL website about it, so I'm headed there now to search, but figured I could get a great response here.

Thanks!

Gena

disneydeux 01-01-2013 12:46 AM

Fax
 
You fax a request to Special Dining. I can't find the info but just call the Disney Help line & they will give you the info. After the initial fax, our correspondence was via email. You have to have eight. They will confirm 30 days out.

So fun!

A crazy amount of food. They literally have a "candy" course with gorgeous and delicious candy.

dishm12/08 01-01-2013 10:00 AM

Great another line we have to do this on. We just did it on Carnival and we plan on doing it on our upcoming NCL cruise.

Thanks Mew for asking and thanks Fax for answering.

Fax another question. How much is it?

disneydeux 01-01-2013 10:15 AM

Cost
 
$75/per person.
Same as regular Remy prices.

Weedy 01-01-2013 10:18 AM

I have never heard of the Chef's table, please explain what it is.

lizabu 01-01-2013 12:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Weedy
I have never heard of the Chef's table, please explain what it is.

a Chef's table is a menu designed by the Chef. There are usually multiple courses. You put yourself into the Chefs hands. They bring you out each course without you ordering. Often a Chefs table menu will have a theme. There is usually an amuse, an app, a seafood course, a main and a dessert but there can often be variations.

KBT35 01-01-2013 01:57 PM

Oooooo super intrigued! Is this an "Adult Only" dining moment? I'd love to do this for our May trip that we are surprising my Aunt with, and of course would want my DS to enjoy as well! If not we'll just do Palo brunch or dinner or both again! ;)

DahliaRW 01-01-2013 04:14 PM

So for the "you have to have 8", does that mean 8 people have to sign up for it or I need to have 8 in my party? We'd love to do it. We did the Chef's counter and Napa Rose and it was one of the best dining experiences I've ever had!

Weedy 01-01-2013 05:25 PM

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Originally Posted by KBT35 (Post 47047708)
Oooooo super intrigued! Is this an "Adult Only" dining moment? I'd love to do this for our May trip that we are surprising my Aunt with, and of course would want my DS to enjoy as well! If not we'll just do Palo brunch or dinner or both again! ;)

Since you say again I assume you have been before. Just a FYI you have to be 18 for Palo also both brunch and dinner.

disneydeux 01-01-2013 06:06 PM

Adults only
 
The Chef's table is only available for parties of eight. But Remy is available to everyone 18 & up.

DahliaRW 01-01-2013 09:56 PM

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Originally Posted by disneydeux (Post 47050161)
The Chef's table is only available for parties of eight. But Remy is available to everyone 18 & up.

Bummer! Can't imagine I'll ever be sailing with 6 other adults I know!

dishm12/08 01-09-2013 11:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by disneydeux
The Chef's table is only available for parties of eight. But Remy is available to everyone 18 & up.

Wait are you saying that you have to have your own party of 8? Like on Carnival it was just DH and I in our party, but there were 13 people at our dinner.


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