Remy

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  1. Weedy

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    How much food is served? I love good food but don't eat a lot. I want to be able to enjoy everything. What was your experience?
     
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  3. lilpooh108

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    I posted the following in respond to another thread about a year ago.

    They prepare a "free" Tattinger champagne cocktail for you on the push cart at your table upon arrival. The champagne bottle is itself placed in a humongous TATTINGER silver bucket thing filled with ice. It's beautiful.

    The cheese course is also presented in a push cart. Gotta love those push carts. I stopped being lazy and posted some pics below:

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  4. lilpooh108

    lilpooh108 DIS Veteran

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    Dessert

    Delish...and yes that is GOLD on the chocolate. Real edible gold.

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  5. sambycat

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    multiple courses, probably none bigger then maybe 5-6 bites?
     
  6. Weedy

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    Very cool. When we go out to dinner we really like to eat at tapas restaurants.
     
  7. Mtinkerbell5189

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    Those gnocchi look amazing. What kind were they or what did they accompany? I had only seen gnocchi chili but I don't like chili or beans
     
  8. ginger3son

    ginger3son Earning My Ears

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    I felt like it was a TON of food. The first 4 courses were very small but the main dishes were an average size. None of the courses are large but there are a lot of them. By the time we got to dessert I was stuffed, and I love dessert!! Everything is delicious and I would absolutely do it again.
     
  9. dpuck1998

    dpuck1998 <font color=blue>I'm innocent I tell you...innocen

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    The portions look small, and they aren't very big. That said, when we left after three hours we were STUFFED!! We had to take most of the desert box back with us. Homemade marshmallows are yummy!!
     
  10. allears

    allears "If I were not upon the sea..." I'd want to be!

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    Can you order more of dishes that you might have really enjoyed at brunch or dinner at Remy?
     
  11. Castillo Mom

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    The portions aren't that big but you'll most likely be very full near the end of the meal. We really had to pace ourselves, especially due to the wine pairing, lol!:drinking1:rolleyes1 Sadly we were so full we didn't get to try the cheese course. Our server graciously invited us to return the following evening but we ended up not having enough time to go back. Wonderful meal though, the best I've ever had on a cruise.
     
  12. Ron Nelson

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    what if you don't do wine or champagne? do they give you other options?
     

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