Remy help needed

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  1. Colezoo

    Colezoo Earning My Ears

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    We are sailing on the Fantasy in November on the Eastern Caribbean itinerary. that said, what is the best night to go to Remy so that we will not miss the shows in the dining rooms? Also, I am not an adventurous eater and my husband is. Is there a way to order a la carte? Thanks in advance for your suggestions!
     
  2. texasgirl73

    texasgirl73 Obsessive Trip Planner

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    Yes you can order a la carte, no problem. I am a very adventurous eater and found the menu fairly tame as far as "adventure" goes. They use excellent ingredients presented beautifully but the flavors are pretty subtle and mild, nothing bold or challenging. Despite that, it's definately worth the upcharge and I will return. I found the brunch more interesting and experimental by the way, dinner had more choices.

    As for scheduling. On Pirate Night there is a movie, no show so that's a good night to go- even if the movie interests you, it will play again. But you can see all the shows and still make the dining no problem. The early shows start at 6:15 and end a little after 7:00. So as long as you schedule at 7:20 or later you should have no problems.
     
  3. kathi

    kathi DIS Veteran

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    We prefer to eat at Remy on Pirate Night and then sit on the deck outside Meridian to watch the Fireworks.
     
  4. Itinkso

    Itinkso Faith.Trust.Pixie Dust

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    We will be eating at Palo on Pirate Night. Will the fireworks be visible from Aft decks? Wasn't sure if we could see them from Palo's windows.
     

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