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Old 02-16-2012, 10:25 AM   #46
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We really loved Remy's and thought it was worth every penny. We do debate if we went on another cruise on the Dream/Fantasy if we would do it again or just do Palo, but I think we would go again. I did a long review of Remy on my blog: http://www.990square.com/2011/11/din...-disney-dream/
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Old 02-16-2012, 11:46 AM   #47
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Dish details are stated in English. Service is very interactive and not the slightest bit snooty. You get to select each course based on your likes. Each dish is made to order, so if you are hesitant about a particular ingredient, they can leave it off.
I am more of a foodie than Dh though he is a fairly adventurous eater one thing he does not do is eat meat rare. When you say food is made to order can you request your meat to be well done(which is a sin IMHO). ?
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Old 02-16-2012, 03:02 PM   #48
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We really loved Remy's and thought it was worth every penny. We do debate if we went on another cruise on the Dream/Fantasy if we would do it again or just do Palo, but I think we would go again.
I plan to both each trip! Will check out the blog - thanks for sharing.
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I am more of a foodie than Dh though he is a fairly adventurous eater one thing he does not do is eat meat rare. When you say food is made to order can you request your meat to be well done(which is a sin IMHO). ?
Most definitely!
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Old 02-25-2012, 06:54 AM   #49
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Thanks so much for your great review!
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Old 02-25-2012, 10:05 AM   #50
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Thanks for the review, it brought back lots of good memories of our time at Remy last December.

David was great, after we said how much we loved the cocktail he just kept making them for us. On the house! Got a little tipsy on them.

Can't wait till our next cruise in September. Hopefully we can get in again.
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Hmmmm Bottomless Cocktail, eh?

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Thanks for the review, it brought back lots of good memories of our time at Remy last December.

David was great, after we said how much we loved the cocktail he just kept making them for us. On the house! Got a little tipsy on them.

Can't wait till our next cruise in September. Hopefully we can get in again.
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Old 03-12-2012, 06:39 PM   #52
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Remy's Reprise - March 25th

Revisiting my pictures is helping me to anticipate my dining options in a couple of weeks. I have to say, I am really looking forward to Remy's again!
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Old 03-23-2012, 11:27 AM   #53
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I really enjoyed this post. Being in the restaurant biz, I am looking forward to Remy for our April 5th cruise. Would love some more pics and wines reviews!!
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Old 03-23-2012, 01:24 PM   #54
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thanks so much for the review and pictures!!!

i've been undecided as to whether to book Remy, but i'm convinced!!

so now that i've decided to go for it, what night should i book?

we're on the 4 day cruise, so i thought pirate night might be a good choice for Remy

and maybe i'll book palo as well. any of the regular rotation you would skip to eat at palo?
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Old 03-27-2012, 09:13 AM   #55
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Remy's again Sunday Mar 25th

Just back at SSR - not yet posting pictures - catching up on email, dis, etc.

Dined at Palo on Fri night, Remy on Sun night. Both excellent again.

I prefer to do both, as food is a significant part of vacation.

I missed chance to see new Animator's Palette, which I hear is nice.

That said, Pirate's night is least favorite menu, French menu is favorite. Some trips I plan non-rotational dining to accommodate those preferences. Sometimes, I just roll with it.

Glad to hear you're giving it a try

This time, they did not provide personalized, take-away menus (like VnA), so I will not have a record of the wine pairings. Alas. They were very good.
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Old 03-27-2012, 11:39 AM   #56
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We were on the Dream in October, and just booked the Fantasy for December. Remy's was perhaps the finest dining experience we've ever had. We cannot wait to do it again.

And, oh, the marshmallows...
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Resurrecting this dormant thread to mention a special Remy Brunch that is available on sea days. We were recently on the Dream (PCC 3.0) for a 5-night double dip cruise and were the first people to be able to do this brunch on the Dream. The menu was:

Remy Champagne Brunch
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
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Pata Negra
Cremant d'Alsace Blanc de Blancs, Pinot Blanc

Gnocchi Chili
Taittinger Prestige Rose NV

Lobster Cauliflower
Saumur Veuve Amiot

Sea Bass, Egg, Thai
Pommery Rose NV

Veal Potato
Taittinger La Francaise NV

Chocolate
Moet & Chandon Ice NV


That's right, 6 courses. Each paired with a different champagne. As you would expect, service was impeccable. Food was outstanding. And I could actually detect the differences in the champagnes. Really amazing to me who thought I didn't like champagne.
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Old 07-16-2012, 05:49 PM   #58
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in the end, i didn't book remy - i decided that my sister really wouldn't like it..
so i reserved palo dinner for pirate night and palo brunch on sea day..

if i ever go it alone on the dream or fantasy, i'll certainly book remy!!

but i'm hoping to eat at V&A sometime during the week before my october cruise
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Old 07-17-2012, 07:28 AM   #59
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Has there been a change in the quality at Remy's?

We were on the Fantasy over July 4th week and our meal at Remy's was not nearly as spectacular as this thread indicates. Even simply judging by the pictures, the meal presented here is much more elaborate than what we were served. I left Remy's unimpressed. In my opinion, Remy's is no where near as good as Victoria and Albert's.

We were served Wagyu at Remy's as well, and the presentation wasn't as nice or elaborate as the pictures in this thread. It was basically a hunk of meat on a plate. Didn't taste all that different from regular tenderloin either. The Wagyu at V&A's is much better.

I wanted to love Remy's, but I'll save my money and spend it at Palo or V&A's instead.
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Remy's was the finest meal my wife and I have ever had. We sailed in June on the Fantasy and the experience at Remy's was the highlight of the entire cruise.
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