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Old 02-04-2012, 07:46 AM   #16
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Rataouille, Asparagus, and more lobster!

Tomato Rataouille
In Calamarata Pasta with Cuttlefish


Michel Redde Sancerre '08











On the Rataouille - DS does not really like tomatoes. He was tenatative about the ingredient, but enthusiastic about actually eating the dish reference in the movie. He liked it so much, he ordered it again - for second dessert!!

On the wine service - even though the picture is not the best quality, I am including them here so illustrate how professional and elegantly executed the wine pairings were done.


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Asperge Verte
Asparagus with Black Truffles and Vin Jaune Source


Domaine Louis LaTour Pouilly Fuisse '09









Homard Maine
Maine Lobster with Spicy Bouillon







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Old 02-06-2012, 02:07 PM   #17
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So the portions are small, correct? I am not a fan of feeling overly stuffed and the thought of a 3 hour meal is a bit daunting
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Lovely photos thus far! Can't wait to see the rest!
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Old 02-06-2012, 04:01 PM   #19
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Was the majority of the menu seafood? I'm alergic to shellfish and don't care for fish .... perhaps I should just stick with Palo!
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Old 02-06-2012, 04:45 PM   #20
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Was the majority of the menu seafood? I'm alergic to shellfish and don't care for fish .... perhaps I should just stick with Palo!
No there is a mix of food types depending on what tasting menu you order or if you decide to order ala carte.
The gout menu I ordered had a duck course and a beef course. Sounds like alot, but the portions are small so no problem finishing both.

The menu also changes from time to time, but they always seem to have a variety to choose from.
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So the portions are small, correct? I am not a fan of feeling overly stuffed and the thought of a 3 hour meal is a bit daunting
Yes, small portions, but I think my problem was I filled up a bit on the wine pairings. Hard to let the wine go to waste, but no way I could finish it all. And watch the bread too

Loved the truffle brioche

Loving these pics
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Old 02-06-2012, 05:20 PM   #22
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Next course - Lamb, Sea Bass, Duck Breast

Agneau Fermier
Milk Fed Lamb Loin with Herbs and Fennel







Sea Bass Atlantique
with Thai Sauce


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Duck Breast
Sausage and Confit with Strawberry-Rhubarb puree


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Old 02-06-2012, 05:27 PM   #23
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Pork, Chicken, Beef

Porcini Crusted Veal
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Poularde Rotie
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Australian Wagyu Tenderloin
with Braised short ribs


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loving the pictures and descriptions so far!! Can't wait t hear and see more!!
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Great photos! You are reminding me of when we ate there. I can't wait to eat again on our next cruise in March! Such a wonderful experience and what a terrific time to not only eat outstanding and beautiful food but to enjoy it with someone(s) you love on a Disney cruise!!!

Happy Sailing to all!!!
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would love to see more photos
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these pictures are fantastic! Thank you for posting. I had a question. Do you leave Remy needing a snack later on? The portion sizes look so small.
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these pictures are fantastic! Thank you for posting. I had a question. Do you leave Remy needing a snack later on? The portion sizes look so small.
I have done Remy twice - you leave full, no worries
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I remember David and Celia from our visit in August

I'd love to try the '61 chateau latour or the '47 chateau cheval blanc but I don't think I could ever plunk down 13K or 25K for bottles!!!!

If they only offered them by the glass!!!! Wonder how much they would charge?!?
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these pictures are fantastic! Thank you for posting. I had a question. Do you leave Remy needing a snack later on? The portion sizes look so small.
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I have done Remy twice - you leave full, no worries
The standard tasting menu has several courses so you get plenty to eat. Plus they come around with bread and a cheese cart and extra dessert plate. Never read of anyone leaving hungry
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