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Old 04-25-2011, 02:09 PM   #1
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Two Germans Dine Deluxe Again ... (FINISHED!)

Hello everyone who may be reading this,

As some of you may possibly remember (even though with the abundance of wonderful dining reports here on the DIS, I don’t delude myself thinking that many of you will), these two Germans in question spent their slightly belated honeymoon in Walt Disney World in 2009, eating their merry way through 34 meals on the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan and writing a report about it .

Even though they enjoyed themselves tremendously, they both agreed that the Deluxe Dining Plan was just way too much food, and that they would never book it again. Ever. Under any circumstances.

Now, the time came when the two Germans wanted to return to Disney World. Fortunately for them, they didn’t have to wait too long, it was only 18 months after their previous visit: in October 2010. They planned and researched, and finally they booked their 11-night stay at WDW, to be gloriously preceded by their first ever Disney cruise.

It will not come as a surprise to most of you that these two Germans are in fact myself and my husband (after all, this little narrative trick is not exactly novel): DH is 34 and a software consultant, and I am 37 and work in a book publishing house. What may come as a surprise to you, however, is that we went and booked the Deluxe Dining Plan all over again. I know. Don’t ask me, it must be something in the water in Germany.

The result was a wonderful trip with lots of wonderful food and quite a few nice photos – and I had been meaning to make a dining report out of it from the start. Due to unforeseen circumstances (plain old laziness also playing a part in there ) I didn’t get around to ever write that dining report once we returned.

"Better late than never" being an ever-popular saying in Germany just as it is in the States, however, I shall endeavour to remedy that now: So here it is, my all-new dining report, probably briefer and less detailed – after all, I don’t remember all that perfectly what I ate six months ago -, but since the new DIS guidelines say this report will have to be finished within three months, at least I won’t be able to make you wait too long for upgrades as I did last time!

Oh, and before I forget: I am not a native speaker of English, so please take that into account if I'm making no sense at all (great excuse, isn't it? )

So, here come the restaurants I will be reporting on, in order of appearance:

A very incomplete dining report of a week’s dining on the Disney Magic
The Coral Reef (lunch)
The Dole Whip (a premiere)
The Yachtsman Steakhouse (dinner)
The Crystal Palace (breakfast)
Tony’s Town Square (lunch)
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
Beaches and Cream (early lunch)
Le Cellier (late lunch)
Mama Melrose's (lunch)
Narcoossee's (dinner)
Tusker House (breakfast)
Yak & Yeti (lunch)
Jiko (dinner)
Kona Café (breakfast)
Lombard's at Universal Studios (lunch)
California Grill (dinner)
Captain's Grille (breakfast)
Trails' End (lunch)
Ghirardelli (as three meals a day are simply not enough )
Raglan Road (dinner)
Kouzzina (breakfast)
Citricos (dinner)
Fireworks Dessert Party
Kouzzina (back for more breakfast)
The Hollywood Brown Derby (dinner)
Boma (breakfast)
Sanaa (lunch)
Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue (dinner)
Kouzzina (breakfast yet again)
Flying Fish Café (dinner)
Cape May Café (breakfast)
Marrakesh (lunch)
Epcot Food & Wine Festival booths (shockingly even more lunch)
Final thoughts (the Best and the Worst)


Oh, and one more thing: Next time we won't book the Deluxe Dining Plan again, for sure. But you already knew that.
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Old 04-25-2011, 03:18 PM   #5
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Dining on the Disney Magic (part 1)

A Disney cruise is an absolutely wonderful experience. It is relaxing, it is magical, you get pampered, meet great people and see exciting new places.
It’s the best thing there is, next to a holiday at WDW, and DH and I were immensely happy to be able to experience this. However, as this report is all about the food, I shall say no more about the glories of cruising with the Mouse – there are lots of great trip reports on the subject.

This, like I said, is all about the food – and yet sadly lacking in that department. I had originally planned to start my dining report only after the cruise, at WDW. Later, when the idea came to me to include the cruise portion of our trip in the report, I was much too excited and overwhelmed with all the new experiences most of the time that I forgot to take any pictures.

At dinner, there was another thing that prevented me from taking too many food porn pictures: We had met a dozen extremely nice people on the cruise whose dinner table we were lucky to share every evening, and I didn’t want them to think I was totally crazy.
So I only took a picture every now and then, almost never including DH’s food. So, there. It’s not my fault that you get to read so little – complain to our tablemates if you like.

The first food I photographed was the sailaway gift I had delivered to our stateroom for DH (and, well, myself ) to enjoy: the Bon Voyage package consisting of a bottle of champagne, some petits fours and chocolate-covered strawberries.





Here is a piece of advice to all first-time cruisers who are toying with the idea of ordering this: Do by all means order the champagne, but leave out the food! On a Disney cruise you can have yummy food anytime and from lots of different locations, and if you go hungry, "you are not trying hard enough" (to quote the Passporter Guide on Disney Cruise Line).

That said, the petits fours were really nice! The name suggests a bit much, maybe, but they were very tasty biscuits. The strawberries, on the other hand, were a bit dry. Still definitely a pretty sight to behold on entering our stateroom for the first time, though.

This report continues on our second evening onboard, at Lumiére’s restaurant. We were thoroughly happy to be there, to sit with our new-found friends (not to mention the best servers in the world – here’s to Hilash and Nergis!).

This is what I had:



Avocado-Citrus Salad with Iceberg and Radicchio Leaves and an Orange Vinaigrette



Aged Angus Grilled Beef Tenderloin on Olive-Oil covered Potatoes, Bacon-wrapped Green Beans, and a Mustard Madeira Sauce (said potatoes already having been vicously attacked by my cutlery at the time the pic was taken - sorry, gluttonous German here! )



Lumiére's Sweet Temptations (A Trio of Crème Brulée, Chocolate Mousse, and Praline Petit Choux). The Crème Brulée was my favourite!
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Old 04-25-2011, 03:38 PM   #7
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Dining on the Disney Magic (Part 2)

The next food I photographed was during the Champagne Brunch at Palo. For all who haven't cruised with Disney before - Palo is the signature dining experience on the ship, a Northern Italian cuisine-influenced restaurant that costs a little extra charge (unlike all the other food which is included in the price of the cruise), but it is definitely so worth it. And here come the pictures to prove it:



Just to set things straight from the start: This is a CHAMPAGNE brunch. Not a juice or coffee brunch.



Continuing with the other most important things: The dessert buffet.



And closer - for those of you who still don't seem to smell the glorious fumes of chocolate wafting up from the buffet



Seafood.



More seafood.



Mmmmhh ...



My first plate was decidedly fishy. (So was my second, by the way - I love my seafood!)



The view from our table did a lot to enhance our dining experience even further - picture-perfect beautiful!



Next, we ordered some hot food: eggs benedict for me, some chicken dish for DH and an additional plate of oysters for me



And sadly, only one plate of dessert! Must eat more ... must exercise stomach to want more food ...

It is a real pity you can normally only book one Palo brunch per cruise - I could have eaten there every day! (I admit that I did eat there twice as our friends kindly invited us over for their group brunch in a private room - thanks so much folks!)

Later that day, we went to a Martini tasting, by the way - does that count as food?

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Dining on the Disney Magic (part 3)

The next evening was reserved for Prince & Princess Dinner, one of the special dinner themes on Disney ships. Please don't ask me why (for alas you shall not get answers ), but I have only photographed and conscripted to memory what I had as an appetizer, the Roasted Roma Tomatoes and Herb Flavoured Goat Cheese on Mixed Greens with Aged Balsamic Vinegar Dressing.



Sadly, the tomatoes were as lacking in taste as those here at home in Germany - typical "greenhouse tomatoes" with not a lot of flavour. On the other hand, I am a big fan of goat cheese, and as this little dish was also very nicely presented it gets a thumbs up.

Moving on from royalty to cartoon characters, the following evening saw us at Show Dinner at Animators Palate, a restaurant all in black & white decorated in black & white Disney cartoon sketches, where … something pretty happens during dinner (no, I’m not going to spoil it for those of you who still have their first Disney cruise in front of them and don't already know from these boards anyway!).

This was my appetizer:



The Ahi Tuna Tartare with Caviar, Chives and Wasabi Cream. And bad photographic lighting. But it was delicious! I’m a fan of tuna tartare, so you will probably never hear me saying a bad word about it unless it really really deserves it. But this was truly good.

With dinner, I also had a cocktail, fittingly as badly lit as the food:



True Colours (Captain Morgan, Crème de Banana, and Orange Juice, topped with Strawberry Puree).
Was this truly the one? I admit that I am not sure, I am not very good with cocktails, I just seem to remember this name from the menu. So please correct me, oh ye cocktail experts, if what I am writing makes absolutely no sense.

The main course:



The Asian Marinated Beef Tenderloin on Wasabi Mashed Potatoes with Bok Choy and a Tamarind-Barbecue Reduction.

Well, this picture is not entirely appetizing, I realize – my apologies to everybody who is now never going to order this dish despite its mouth-watering description. In all honesty, I don’t even remember if it tasted as great as it sounds, or as ho-hum as it looks. For my own sake, I hope for the former to be true.

And on to dessert:
(You do realize that I was starting to become bolder and photograph all my courses regardless of what my tablemates were thinking of me, right?)



Strawberry Sable with Passionfruit Cream. I think. Once again, please correct me if I’m wrong. And yes, I do realize that this report would be much better if I had any actual descriptions of taste instead of just pictures and confusion. I will try to do better in the future …

Now, who knows but there may still be those among you who are afraid they may go hungry on a Disney ship . The time has therefore come to mention the midnight dessert buffet :





No, I really truly only took pictures and did not eat a single bite. But this is not because I was a better person than my fellow cruise ship guests standing in line - oh no! I was just totally unable to eat anything ever again due to the wonderful meal I had only just finished:

Dinner at Palo!



Yes, they don't just do brunch of course, but dinner as well, and this was their little plate of bread with spreads and Italian antipasti amuse-bouches to start off the dining experience.

As with brunch, you are never constricted to just one entree or just one appetizer, but are free to order several to try from if you are so inclined. I had several wonderful pizzas which I sadly failed to photograph, and then this:



Tuna Carpaccio and Lemon Oil Dressing: thin slices of Ahi Grade Tuna brushed with our Chef's special Lemon Oil. Won-der-ful!

Meanwhile, DH feasted on this:



Fritto di Calamari: Lightly-crusted Calamari served with Deep-Fried Cherry Peppers. I tried them - very nice, even though no match to my beloved tuna!

We both decided on the same entree, and neither of us regretted it:



Beef Tenderloin "Palo", served with Palo Signature Barolo Red Wine Sauce (could have had Gorgonzola Sauce instead if we wanted, but this was perfect together.)

On to desserts - Palo's signature dessert is a very rich chocolate soufflé with chocolate sauce which you have to order 30 minutes in advance as it takes that long to lovingly prepare. Even though tempted, I knew it would have been too much for me, so I settled on this instead:



The Panna Cotta with fresh berries, an excellent choice! This is what DH had for dessert:



Palo's homemade Tiramisù. I tried it, it was absolutely delicious!

After this feast, we waddled out of the restaurant to view above-mentioned dessert buffet. I hope you will all understand why we couldn't eat anymore ...

Anyway, there is probably one more installment to the Disney Cruise Line dining portion of this report, but I shall have to leave that for another time as it is getting late.

Coming up next, then ... wrapping up a magical week of Disney Cruise Line dining!
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Wow, what a welcome - how flattering, thank you! I shall try to live up to these high expectations, lose lots of sleep about it and fail dismally. Not. Hopefully.
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Wow, I never knew that people were thinking that I am a role model to follow! But regular Disney vacations appear to be in my future since I decided to splurge on a few BWV DVC points last November - I thought a lot about renting but then realized that I would be much happier owning them. The trip you are writing about now is the one where you rented the DVC points, I guess? It sounds like that did work out?
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Hello,
Hope I am not too late joining in. Have just found your dining review. You make me want to go on a cruise I think it was the dessert table.

You are also visiting a lot of the places we are hoping to try this October (and MNSSHP!).
Looking forward to reading more.
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