Live from the Disney Dream – Menus

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Welcome back to Day 2 of the 3 night cruise. On a three night cruise, you are scheduled for one dinner each of the main dining rooms. Each location has a set menu – because it’s a 3-night cruise, there are no special menus such as the Pirate menu, even though tonight is Pirates IN the Caribbean.

Here are photos of the menus (click for full size):

Enchanted Garden

Enchanted Garden

Animator's Palate

Animator’s Palate

Royal Palace Menu

Royal Palace Menu

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Posted on May 2, 2014

5 Responses to “Live from the Disney Dream – Menus”

  • For picky eaters do they have substitutions? Like chicken cesar salad or pizza?

    • by Laurel Stewart on May 3, 2014, at 9:22 am EDT

      There is a kid’s menu. Also, every restaurant will do basic steak, chicken, pasta. Pizza is available at the quick service location on the pool deck.

    • We were on this cruise too! One member of our party has difficulty trying new things (high-functioning autistic teen) and had no problem ordering caesar salad when it wasn’t on the MDR’s menu. On our last night, we ate at Animator’s Palate and I didn’t want any of the dessert options listed. I asked our server for Crème brûlée from the Royal Palace menu instead, and he brought it with no hesitation at all.

      If you have a really picky eater, it’s a good idea to download the DCL app on a smartphone. You can browse the dinner menus from the MDRs and if there’s something you from another restaurant it should be easy enough for them to get it for you.

  • When you say no pirate night – does that mean there is no pirate party or fireworks on 3-night cruises?

  • On 3 day cruises their IS a Pirate party with fireworks and everything but there is NO special menu in the dining rooms. On a 4 day cruise there IS a 4 special menu just for Pirate Night