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eeyoreguy
08-04-2010, 05:52 PM
Remy – a new upscale, adult-only fine dining experience coming to the Disney Dream cruise ship. Think Walt Disney World’s Victoria & Albert’s -– at sea.

Named after the petite French star from the hit film “Ratatouille,” Remy will serve French-inspired, gourmet cuisine paired with impeccable service, a stellar wine list and breathtaking views of the ocean. With a subtle nod to the film, the main dining room is designed in Art Nouveau style. If you look very closely you may even find artful interpretations of the character Remy integrated into the design.

Creating such an exclusive dining experience called for a truly exquisite menu that could only be delivered by two award-winning chefs: Chef Arnaud Lallement, a Michelin two-starred chef from Reims, France, and Chef Scott Hunnel from award-winning Victoria & Albert’s. They are working together to create a French-inspired menu featuring superior products and seasonal ingredients sourced from around the world.

To get a taste of the cuisine awaiting you at Remy, check out this delicious dish. It’s the Japanese Wagyu Beef with Garlic-Potato Purée.

josh.p.
08-04-2010, 08:07 PM
It looks fantastic but that pic makes the food look really small!

Slowhand
09-04-2010, 02:37 PM
It looks fantastic but that pic makes the food look really small!
You don`t get HUGE portions at V & A`s either Josh, but boy, are you stuffed after your meal! :lol:

catrancher
09-04-2010, 03:05 PM
You don`t get HUGE portions at V & A`s either Josh, but boy, are you stuffed after your meal! :lol:

Ain't that the truth! :yes:

Quite amazing actually. Given that I'm normally such a pig! :pig:

The only problem I see here is that on a 5 day cruise, with both Remy's and Palo on the Dream, there's not enough nights on the cruise to eat in all the available restaurants!

Tom (:macwave:... never one to miss a meal!)

Slowhand
09-04-2010, 03:10 PM
The only problem I see here is that on a 5 day cruise, with both Remy's and Palo on the Dream, there's not enough nights on the cruise to eat in all the available restaurants!


Maybe we should opt for a longer cruise next year Tom. :yes:

catrancher
09-04-2010, 03:28 PM
Maybe we should opt for a longer cruise next year Tom. :yes:

I'd agree to that. :thumbsup:

But I haven't seen anything but the 5 day Bahamas cruises announced for the Dream. :unsure:

Tom (:mawave:... always in favor of a longer cruise!)

keith
09-04-2010, 03:43 PM
You don`t get HUGE portions at V & A`s either Josh, but boy, are you stuffed after your meal! :lol:

how true is that!!! :yes: