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jenhelgren 07-31-2013 01:42 PM

Description of Chocolate Souffle and Grand Mariner Souffle and where they are served?
 
I am new to DCL and VERY into my desserts!! Both the chocolate soufflé and Grand Mariner soufflé look wonderful-can anyone describe them for me so I have something to look forward to? :) I have read on the boards that both can be ordered in the main dining rooms-is this correct? We will not be trying Palo this cruise, so I'm not sure when/where I would be able to try them!!

Gigi22 07-31-2013 01:45 PM

Not sure about the MDRs serving these souffles, but there are souffles available at Palo!

KristiMc 07-31-2013 01:53 PM

The Grand Mariner souffle is served in the MDR's (Royal Court, Royal Palace, Lumiere's and Tritons)

The Chocolate souffle is served in Palo.

mytripsandraces 07-31-2013 02:02 PM

Here's the Palo souffle. I love it!

http://i269.photobucket.com/albums/j...s/IMGP9513.jpg

And a close-up of the delicious interior:

http://i269.photobucket.com/albums/j...s/IMGP9514.jpg

PrincessShmoo 07-31-2013 02:26 PM

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Originally Posted by jenhelgren (Post 49135785)
I am new to DCL and VERY into my desserts!! Both the chocolate soufflé and Grand Mariner soufflé look wonderful-can anyone describe them for me so I have something to look forward to? :) I have read on the boards that both can be ordered in the main dining rooms-is this correct? We will not be trying Palo this cruise, so I'm not sure when/where I would be able to try them!!

GRAND MARNIER SOUFFLE (Signature menu Lumiere's, Triton's, Royal Court, Royal Palace)
with Grand Marnier Vanilla Sauce
http://i39.tinypic.com/15mza0o.jpg


Also, for added enjoyment (not Palo Chocolate Soufflé, but close)
WARM CHOCOLATE LAVA CAKE (Captain's Gala menu)
baked chocolate delicacy served warm with double chocolate sauce
http://i39.tinypic.com/ke989c.jpg

wendyoconnor 07-31-2013 04:09 PM

Those pictures are making me hungry :)

ladyj0212 07-31-2013 04:26 PM

Chocolate soufflé in MDR
 
This actually can be done...its at the discretion of your head server...you would just need to ask your head server on the first day in the MDR if there is any way to get a chocolate soufflé on this trip served in one of the MDR's, and he will make the decision.

I did this on a 3 day one time and on the last night in AP, they brought not one, not two, not three...but 4, yes FOUR chocolate soufflés....two for me, two for DH.

Again...it's possible, but not guaranteed...it all depends on how busy they are if they can accommodate. Good luck to you!:thumbsup2

PrincessShmoo 07-31-2013 04:39 PM

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Originally Posted by ladyj0212 (Post 49137790)
This actually can be done...its at the discretion of your head server...you would just need to ask your head server on the first day in the MDR if there is any way to get a chocolate soufflé on this trip served in one of the MDR's, and he will make the decision.

I did this on a 3 day one time and on the last night in AP, they brought not one, not two, not three...but 4, yes FOUR chocolate soufflés....two for me, two for DH.

Again...it's possible, but not guaranteed...it all depends on how busy they are if they can accommodate. Good luck to you!:thumbsup2

Yes, you can ask. In most cases the answer is "no".

cruisecrasher 07-31-2013 05:12 PM

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Originally Posted by PrincessShmoo (Post 49137986)

Yes, you can ask. In most cases the answer is "no".

I've heard of it being done before too. But in RARE circumstances.

Kinda like big jump pixie dust upgrades.

Tinkerboy00 08-01-2013 02:15 PM

Two cruises ago, one of our table mates really loved the Grand Marnier soufflé. It was the only dessert he liked. So every night he ordered it, and no matter where we were dining, they brought it in for him.

Also, on our last cruise, one of our table mates had a thing for the Ice Cream Mickey Heads (the chocolate covered ones). So every night, again no matter where we they brought him one covered in sprinkles for dessert.

I think you simply just need to ask.

On the last cruise, the Mickey Ice Cream guy was saying how everytime he went to the park since he was a kid, he had to get one of those. It was a part of their trip each time.

I mentioned that for me it was the big rice krispie treats that they serve. We continued our conversation and it eventually changed to other things.

when dessert came out our ast server gave me a big bowl of rice krispy treats. She wasn't even around when we were talking about it, so I don't know how she overheard it, but I was so surprised. Talk about pixie dust!!

cleophus12 08-01-2013 03:57 PM

I had the Mickey bar for deasert in the mdr several times on our fantasy eastern. Aside from that grand mariner soufflé it's the best dessert on the ship IMO. I also have a Mickey bar everyday during a wdw trip.

lbgraves 08-01-2013 04:06 PM

The Mickey bar is on the kid menu each night, so that isn't a big deal. Requesting the chocolate soufflé is an exception since it is exclusive to Palo. This is one of those things that is PD, as someone noted, and is one of those things that the more people say "but I saw it on the DIS boards" the less it will happen.


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