Menu for Palo

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  1. maryliz

    maryliz <font color=990099>The Whoosh Fairy RULEs, the Blo

    Oct 15, 2000
    Where can I find a menu for Palo? We are doing a 4-night on the Dream end of Feb, and our friends cruising with us are insistent that we HAVE to eat here. We're coming up with creative ways to reserve so that I do NOT miss one of my dining rotations, or any of the shows. But as I researched more, I found that it's all Italian cuisine. I like pretty plain stuff, so not sure that this is even worth it for me to go to the trouble of trying to get ressies??? And there's only one day that will serve brunch, so the chances of getting brunch are going to be slim I would think.

    We're first time cruisers ... should we skip it this time and wait until we rebook on board for the NEXT cruise (shhh ... don't tell DH I already have that plan in the works!) :lmao:

    Thanks ... any info is greatly appreciated. :)
  2. billwald

    billwald Mouseketeer DIS Lifetime Sponsor

    Apr 23, 2000
    Please note that the following abbreviated menu items are subject to change without notice.

    Pane Casalingo

    • Freshly-baked Bread in our Pizza Oven, served with Palo's Famous Dips. Grissini Sticks, Olive Rolls, Ciabatta Rolls and Six Grain Wholemeal
    Specialita' Del Palo: Antipasto Freddo

    • Prosciutto, Bresaola, Parmesan Reggiano, Marinated Olives and Sun-dried Tomatoes
    Pizzette Del Pizzaiolo

    • Margherita
      Tomato Sauce, Sliced Tomatoes, Mozzarella
    • Al Prosciutto
      Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Prosciutto
    • Al Funghi
      Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Portobello Mushroom
    • Bianca
      Mozzarella, Cherry Tomatoes, Parmesan
    • Al Gamberi
      Tomato Sauce, Mozzarella, Shrimp, Asparagus
    • Quattro Formaggi
      Mozzarella, Mascarpone, Gorgonzola, Parmesan
    Antipasti, Insalatine & Zuppa

    • Tuna Carpaccio and Lemon Oil Dressing
      Thin Slices of Ahi Grade Tuna brushed with our Chef's Special Lemon Oil
    • Mozzarella and Plum Tomatoes with Balsamic Dressing
      Our modern interpretation of a traditional dish
    • Grilled Portobello Mushroom and Polenta with a Roasted Shallot Sauce
      A light creamy Polenta served with Grilled Portobello and Parmesan shaving
    • Traditional Fish and Seafood Soup with Roasted Garlic Crostini
    • Fritto di Calamari
      Lightly-crusted Calamari served with Deep-fried Cherry Peppers
    • Melanzane al Funghetto
      Lightly-salted Eggplant sautéed with Garlic and Parsley served with a Balsamic Dressing
    • Sicilian Pesto Marinated Grilled Shrimp Salad
      Served on a Mussel, Crab and Cherry Tomato Ragu
    • Fresh Arugula Salad with our special Palo's Dressing
    • Tuscan Minestrone Soup scented with fresh Basil
      Ask your Server for our Palo Signature Appetizer Selection
    La Pasta

    • Risotto di Mare
      Saffron Risotto served with Fried Zucchini, Shrimp, Mussel and Clams
    • Wild Mushroom and Hazelnut Risotto
      Served Creamy with Freshly-shaved Parmesan and a Chianti Reduction
    • Lobster and Mascarpone Ravioli
      Freshly prepared served with a light Truffle Beurre Blanc
    • Pumpkin and Broccoli Gnocchi served with a Shrimp and Grappa Sauce
      Two types of Gnocchi and the unique Grappa Fragrance
    • Bigoli all Contadina
      With thin Strips of Prime Rib Sautéed with Tomato, Onion and Pancetta in a Ragu flavored with fresh Oregano
    • Penne Arrabbiata
      With spicy fresh Tomato and Basil Sauce and topped with Grilled Shrimp
    • Fagioli Alla Veneziana
      Vegetable and Bean Casserole
    Il Pesce

    • Grilled Sea Scallops with Borlotti Beans and Pancetta
      Served with a Tomato Borlotti Bean Sauce
    • Grilled Monkfish with Braised Radicchio and Prosciutto
      Served with creamy mascarpone PolentaHalibut al Cartoccio
      Served with Vegetables and a Ginger Orange Sauce Pan Fried Tuna
      On a bed of Linguini Pasta with Artichokes and a Tarragon Veal jus
    La Carne

    • Chicken Braciola
      Baked Chicken Breast filled with Escarole, Raisins and Pine Nuts served with a light Marsala Sauce
    • Veal Loin Scaloppini alla "Bari" Pecorino Cheese and Artichokes
    • Garlic Roasted Rack of Lamb Served with Barolo Roasted Shallots, Crunched Potatoes and Herb jus
    • Our Beef Tenderloin "Palo"
      Served with Palo Signature Barola Red Wine Sauce or Gorgonzola Sauce
    Alcoholic Beverages

    • Prosecco Gancia, Italy Martini & Rossi Asti Spumante, Italy Chianti Classico Riserva, "Villa Cerna", Tuscany, Ital Banfi, Chianti Classico Riserva, Tuscany, Italy Tignanello Antinori, Tuscany Ornellaia, Tenuta Bell'Ornellaia Bolgheri, Tuscany

    • Palo's Homemade Tiramisù
    • Panna Cotta
      Sweet, White Cream Custard with fresh Berries
    • Chocolate Soufflé
      With Vanilla Bean and Chocolate Sauce
    • Sweet Pizza
      With Vanilla Olive Oil Sauce
    • Chocolate Amaretto Indulgence
      Silky Milk Chocolate, fresh Raspberries on Almond and Biscotti base, with extra Dark Chocolate sauce
    • Pineapple and Almond Ravioli
      Lightly Poached Pineapple filled with an Almond Mousse
    • Italian Finale
      Our assortment of freshly made Gelato

    • Espresso
    • Cappuccino
    • Caffe Gondola
      Crème de Menthe, Tia Maria, Espresso, Brown Sugar, and Whipped Cream
    • Chic Tiramisù
      A true Italian inspiration combining Coffee, Vanilla and a touch of elegance
    • Espresso Martini
      Sublime, rich and everlastingv
    • Palo's selection of fine loose teas
    Complement Dolci (by the glass)

    • Apple Icewine, Quebec, Canada
    • Bonny Doon Muscat, California
    • Bonny Doon Framboise
    • Inniskillin Icewine, Niagara, Canada
    • Quinta do Noval 10 year Tawny Port
    • Quinta do Noval 20 year Tawny Port

    • Limoncello
      Light and refreshing way to end your evening made from Sorrento Lemons
    • Black Sambuca Opal Nera
      enjoy the rich flavors of Elderberry, Anise and Lemons

    • Jacopo Poli
    • Alexandar Chardonnay
    • Grappolo
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  4. remlap

    remlap DIS Veteran

    Aug 3, 2008
    Our first and only Disney cruise was a 4 night and we too wanted to dine in all three rotational restaurants. We booked an early Palo dinner on Pirate night as you repeat restaurants. There isn't a stage show that night, they show a movie and then have a later pirate party with fireworks at night. We had a lovely dinner and were out in plenty of time for the Pirates deck party.

    The only downside, we were stuffed and didn't even want to look at the post fireworks buffet. :)

    We also did brunch, which too was fantastic, although harder to get reservations for.

    I booked the REAS to get the exact two Palo reservations I wanted since I knew being on West Coast time we wouldn't want to be waking up early to get to the port and try for craved #2 boarding to make Palo reservations onboard. However, you can't do that anymore.

    If your friends really want to eat a Palo, go for pirate night dinner!
  5. dahuffy

    dahuffy Always Be Nice To The Lunch Lady

    Aug 28, 2005
    I highly recommend the Beef Tenderloin!!!
  6. jilljill

    jilljill <font color=blue>Collects Disney men!<br><font col

    Jan 21, 2003
    The above menu is subject to change on the Dream.

    It took DH & I 8 cruises together to eat dinner at Palo. It's not something that we thought of as a 'must do'. While the food was good, not sure we'll have dinner there again or not.
    It took us 6 cruises together to have brunch and we both preferred that over dinner. Don't give up hope that you won't be able to book brunch on your cruise. If you are unable to book online you can check onboard once you board to see if there are any openings since not all ressies are released prior to sailing.
  7. maryliz

    maryliz <font color=990099>The Whoosh Fairy RULEs, the Blo

    Oct 15, 2000
    Thank you Thank you Thank you ... everyone! :)

    The beef tenderloin is actually one of the only things I would consider ordering, so we might tell our friends to go to Palo for dinner without us (we'll take their DD to the dining room with us), and we'll still try for the brunch. I think DH will like that better anyway. ;)

    Do we know if there will definitely be a Pirate night on the Dream? Hope so !
  8. KevieKev05

    KevieKev05 DIS Veteran

    Apr 30, 2010
    Yep! There will indeed be a Pirate Night on the Dream! pirate:
  9. ssanders79

    ssanders79 NO FLASH photography means just that!

    Jul 25, 2008
  10. llnolte

    llnolte Mouseketeer

    Aug 21, 2010
    My husband said the beef tenderloin with the gorganzola sauce was fantastic. I had the lobster ravioli and it was to die for!!! And don't miss the chocolate souffle!
  11. ssanders79

    ssanders79 NO FLASH photography means just that!

    Jul 25, 2008
    I would not pass up the Quattro Fromaggio. Hands down the best pizza I've ever eaten and I am a pizza lover!
    Palo Quattro Fromaggio by ssanders79, on Flickr
  12. jilljill

    jilljill <font color=blue>Collects Disney men!<br><font col

    Jan 21, 2003
    Please keep in mind that the menu for Palo on the Dream may be different than the menu for Palo on the Magic/Wonder. We've already seen differences in what is being offered or not being offered between the 2 classes of ships - such as the Dream not having the Rasul room in the spa.
    It's going to be interesting when the first cruisers come back and report what is the same and what is different.

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