The Souffle tour on the Disney Magic

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Grand Marnier Souffles
Grand Marnier Souffles

Cruises are all about food. Everyone knows that most times you’ll gain a few pounds from a cruise, with good reason because most I’ve been on offer so much good food, and of course, you have to try it! Not only do they have the buffet and main dining room, there are also many other locations around the ship to grab a bite to eat, including room service.

All ships have a buffet that serves breakfast and lunch and at dinner that area is table service. On the Disney ships lunch usually has a theme, so maybe Mexican one day, Caribbean another, and dinner is a casual option for those that don’t want to eat in the main dining room. The dining room menus are posted outside each dining room so you can check them out prior to dinner to see if you want to eat there. Disney is unique in that you rotate dining rooms so the menus at one restaurant may be different than the others, although some nights they have a theme menu that will be the same at all 3 restaurants.

Cabanas
Cabanas
Animator's Palate
Animator’s Palate
Carioca's
Carioca’s
Lumiere's
Lumiere’s
Lobster tail
Lobster tail
Lobster mac and cheese
Lobster mac and cheese
Escargot
Escargot
Empanada
Empanada
Deep fried brie with cranberry chutney
Deep fried brie with cranberry chutney
Beef Wellington
Beef Wellington
Prime rib
Prime rib
Banana creme brulee
Banana creme brulee

Most ships have specialty restaurants. Disney has Palo, which serves Northern Italian cuisine, on all of their ships and Remy, upscale French cuisine, on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. Both do carry a surcharge, but most find it well worth it and would eat there as often as possible! The chocolate soufflé in Palo is definitely worth eating there!

Palo
Palo
Palo chocolate souffle
Palo chocolate souffle
Palo Osso Buco
Palo Osso Buco
Palo beef filet
Palo beef filet
Palo calamari
Palo calamari
Amazing Palo lobster ravioli
Amazing Palo lobster ravioli
Palo antipasti plate
Palo antipasti plate
Palo bruch desserts
Palo bruch desserts
Palo brunch breakfast choices
Palo brunch breakfast choices
Gorganzola and grape flatbread
Gorganzola and grape flatbread

When you’re just looking for a quick meal, there are several locations available. On the Disney Magic, deck 9 offers Daisy De-Lites and Pete’s Boiler Bites, where you can get burgers, chicken fingers, salads and other sandwiches. Pinocchio’s Pizza and Eye Scream and Frozone Treats are also very popular, including a self-service ice cream station.

Eye Scream ice cream station
Eye Scream ice cream station

Outside the Walt Disney Theater Preludes sells snacks to enjoy during the shows. You can also get snacks in the adult only coffee shop, Cove Café, O’Gills Pub and the Promenade Lounge.

Cofe Cafe snacks
Cofe Cafe snacks

Room service offers continental breakfast (a great way to get a wake up call!), sandwiches, soups, cheese tray (one of my favorites while I’m getting ready for dinner), cookies for bedtime along with a dessert of the day. You can usually get Uncrustables and Mickey bars as well, even though they’re not on the menu.

As you can see, there is plenty of great food to enjoy, all over the ship, 24 hours a day. Plan on gaining a few pounds, or just walk around the ship to help counter those calories. No matter what, enjoy and bon appetit!

Grand Marnier Souffle
Grand Marnier Souffle

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