Remy's - Pictures & Ruminations - UPDATED for January, 2013 Dinner

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  1. MrsScooby

    MrsScooby DIS Veteran

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    Yes, small portions, but I think my problem was I filled up a bit on the wine pairings. Hard to let the wine go to waste, but no way I could finish it all. And watch the bread too:rolleyes1

    Loved the truffle brioche:cloud9:

    Loving these pics:thumbsup2
     
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  3. ehagerty

    ehagerty DIS Veteran

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    Agneau Fermier
    Milk Fed Lamb Loin with Herbs and Fennel


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    Sea Bass Atlantique
    with Thai Sauce


    Domaine Mont-Redon Chateauneuf-De-Pape '08



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    Duck Breast
    Sausage and Confit with Strawberry-Rhubarb puree


    Domaine Vincent Giradin Chambolle Musigny '08​


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  4. ehagerty

    ehagerty DIS Veteran

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    Porcini Crusted Veal
    with mushroom Ragout


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    Poularde Rotie
    with Albufera souce


    Chateau Batailley '06​


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    Australian Wagyu Tenderloin
    with Braised short ribs


    Chateau Gloria '03​


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  5. LuvEeyore

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    loving the pictures and descriptions so far!! Can't wait t hear and see more!!
     
  6. pluto1979

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    Great photos! You are reminding me of when we ate there. I can't wait to eat again on our next cruise in March! Such a wonderful experience and what a terrific time to not only eat outstanding and beautiful food but to enjoy it with someone(s) you love on a Disney cruise!!!

    Happy Sailing to all!!!
     
  7. MrsScooby

    MrsScooby DIS Veteran

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    would love to see more photos :woohoo:
     
  8. pjmjsj

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    these pictures are fantastic! Thank you for posting. I had a question. Do you leave Remy needing a snack later on? The portion sizes look so small.
     
  9. FJS961

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    I have done Remy twice - you leave full, no worries
     
  10. FJS961

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    I remember David and Celia from our visit in August

    I'd love to try the '61 chateau latour or the '47 chateau cheval blanc but I don't think I could ever plunk down 13K or 25K for bottles!!!!

    If they only offered them by the glass!!!! Wonder how much they would charge?!?
     
  11. MrsScooby

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    The standard tasting menu has several courses so you get plenty to eat. Plus they come around with bread and a cheese cart and extra dessert plate. Never read of anyone leaving hungry:thumbsup2
     
  12. cblack

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    I can't wait for dessert!!!
     
  13. ehagerty

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    Thank you all, for checking in - I will continue with picture postings tomorrow evening! See you then!
     
  14. ehagerty

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    Wow - I took so much time off, I forgot where I was in the posting....

    Plateau de Fromages

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    Tanzanie Chocolate

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    With "reference" to VnA - only a cone instead of a pyramid!!





    Tropical Fruit Mousse on Almond Cake
    with Aprocot Sorbet


    Chateau Suduiraut '02​


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    Vacherin Framboise

    Chateau Doisy Vedrines '06​


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    Of course, we were too full to enjoy these extra delights - cookies, homemade suckers, and homemade raspberry marshmallows - all of which we had for breakfast in our room the next day, along with a small box of 4 house-made candies. It doesn't get more "vacation" than that, for me!!
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  15. ehagerty

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    Two Roses

    At the end of the meal, the ladies receive TWO roses - I am guessing the red one from Chef Scott (VnA) and the pink one from the "other guy" (one of those details I will catch next time, or will almost certainly be supplied by a more informed disboarder).

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    DH, Chef Gerard & Manager, David

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    Saw Chef Gerard in Cafe Cove later in the cruise - he was very gracious and chatted with us. Everyone is so friendly on a Disney cruise!






    To summarize:
    1) Did it meet expectations? No, it exceeded them
    2) Would I recommend it to others? Definitely, if it is your kind of dining experience.
    3) Would I do it again? Yes. March 25th.
     
  16. kathi

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    Thank you so much for posting all the lovely photos! We dined in Remy last September and it brought back so many happy (and delicious) memories!
     
  17. Shell54

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    The cheese course was so fantastic wasn't it? I have to admit I had a tiny piece of almost all of them as per our server's suggestion. Your Remy thoughts and photos brought back many happy memories of my lovely meal there..thanks for taking the time to post:goodvibes
     
  18. cblack

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    Thank you for the detailed report! I was thinking this wouldn't be my cup of tea, but this review has changed my mind!
     
  19. ehagerty

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    Brings back fond memories for me, too! Win-Win
     
  20. ehagerty

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    That's what I like to hear!!
     
  21. Silly Little Pixie

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    Did you find the ordering intimidating at all? I am not familiar with French restaurants/food although I have had some excellent meals in high end restaurants. We are adventurous eaters.
     

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