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Old 01-10-2013, 04:19 PM   #1
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Remy Brunch Menu

I can't seem to find it, but is there a Remy Brunch menu somewhere here? TIA
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I can't seem to find it, but is there a Remy Brunch menu somewhere here? TIA
I didn't realize Remy offered brunch.
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I didn't realize Remy offered brunch.
Some people call it Remy lunch, but I think of it as a brunch. It was absolutely, positively FABULOUS! I think I can safely say it's the best restaurant meal I have ever had!

I have the menu at home. When I get home from work, I'll scan it in & post it.

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It was definitely a great brunch and we were glad that we did it

I thought I had a picture of the menu open but it looks like I just have a picture of it closed!



Got pictures of all of the foods that were part of it also if interested
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:09 PM   #5
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Some people call it Remy lunch, but I think of it as a brunch. It was absolutely, positively FABULOUS! I think I can safely say it's the best restaurant meal I have ever had!

I have the menu at home. When I get home from work, I'll scan it in & post it.

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That would great! I would also love to see it as we are booked for this on our upcoming cruise.

It is listed as brunch, btw.
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From my understanding it books quickly. They only do them on sea days and so it's limited in qty available. We booked about 3 days after our final payment as gold members and only 1 spot was available. Good luck though!! I'm such a picky eater I'm trying to decide whether to just let DH and DMIL go or to join them as well. I like basic meat and potatoes type foods. I do not eat seafood. So, anyways, interested in seeing menu. Thanks everyone!
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I would like to see the menu and food pics as well! We are planning to book it for one of our sea days as well.
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Pata Negra

Gnocchi Chili


Lobster Cannelloni, Caviar


Sea Bass, Egg, Thai


Gascogne Pork Loin, Turnip


Duo Chocolate


Champagne Experience

Taittinger Prestige Cuvee rose NV


Pommery Gold 04


Moet & Chandon Ice NV

This was the menu in October '12.

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Remy Champagne Brunch Menu
Remy offers Guests an elegant Champagne Brunch with French-inspired cuisine. Brunch is served while the ship is at sea during cruises four nights or longer. Check the Personal Navigator once onboard for specific dates and times.

The Remy Champagne Brunch Charge is $50.00 per person. Guests may also select to add a Champagne Pairing to their dining experience for $25.00 per person.

Brunch

Pata Negra
Gnocchi Chili
Lobster Cannelloni, Cavier
Sea Bass, Egg, Thai
Gascogne Pork Loin, Turnips
Duo Chocolate

Champagnes Experience

Taittinger Prestige Cuvée Rosé NV
Pommery Gold ’04
Moët & Chandon Ice NV
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Here's the Remy Brunch menu from the Fantasy in December. It's a little different from what's been posted above.



The Jamon Iberico was, I believe, the thin-sliced meat that we ate while the chefs described what we would be eating (and drinking if you bought the champagne pairing, which I did not). I did not get a picture...

The bread was a very delicate truffle brioche.



The Sweetcorn Emulsion was a beautiful soup, which I was well into before I remembered to take a picture!



The Lobster Canelloni & Caviar were the same as above.



The Shrimp & potato was a large shrimp, and a rectangle of potato with a frothy sauce. This was so good, that if it hadn't seemed inappropriate, I'd have licked the sauce off the plate.



Then we had the Poached Egg, over lentil stew with (I believe it was) a Dijon mustard foam. Absolutely Heavenly!!!! It doesn't sound it, but it was one of the most delicious things I've had in eons!



Then the Praline was 3 mini cream puffs with praline ice cream. Lovely!



All in all, it was a totally delicious, decadent experience! I highly recommend it!

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I think of it as a lunch and not a brunch, because it's not served buffet style...maybe that has nothing to do with it.

They've changed the menu...I'll have to switch out 2 dishes now
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I wholeheartedly endorse this too - it was really quite an experience. We ended up buying a couple of bottles of champagne during brunch that we brought home for New Years. It was great to have those tiny gold Pommery Pop bottles at home!

The brunch begins with the chef, sommelier and head server giving a little introductory talk about what to expect while you eat the first course - the very thinly sliced cured ham from black Iberian pigs - it was so thinly sliced it tasted almost like bacon but was absolutely delicious. They show you the meat slicer they have there - completely mechanical and allegedly retails for over $25,000. Volunteers were allowed to try it out if they wanted.

They now call this course Jamon Iberico, but it's the same as pata negra. Pata negra means "black pig" - Jamon refers to the specific cut of the meat.

One other point - when we signed up for excursions 75 days out as silver members, there were no spots available and we were told you could only book it on board. At some point they changed this, as I was randomly looking at availability of excursions and activities about 30 days out from our cruise in October and they had added it and there were openings. If you try to book and it's not available online, check back periodically, an opening may pop up, and I understand they save some reservations for onboard booking, so you may want to check right after you board if there are any.
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