I popped this question while Kate was enjoying her Pringles potato chips in bed…
Tom: “Bearbear, of the cruises we’ve taken, which cruise line had the best cuisine?”
Kate: “Well, Royal Caribbean Cruise was great because of the comparison to Star Cruise. But food from Norwegian Cruise Line was fantastic because of the entire vibe. It was a cruise to the Caribbean, we had the drinks package and the churrascaria was probably the best we’ve had. Also, they had a complimentary asian restaurant. But on Disney. It was a cruise to Alaska! There were loads of fresh seafood and Palo was probably the best brunch we’ve had on the high seas…”
Well, you’ve heard the lady and that’s the end of the post! Ah ha! Got ya! Scroll down to find out the various restaurants (and food we’ve had) aboard the Disney Wonder during our cruise to Alaska with Disney Cruise Line!
Food aboard the Disney Wonder (Disney Cruise Line Alaska)
Triton Complimentary Dining Disney Wonder (Disney Cruise Line Alaska)
Triton is one of the three complimentary dining restaurants aboard the Disney Wonder during our Disney Cruise to Alaska. Disney rotates cruisers around all three restaurants each night, so that everyone gets an opportunity to experience all the food and atmosphere that Disney Cruise has to offer.
At Triton, the concept is like that of a grand ball room with a fine dining experience. This time, we chose the
Bread: Warm French Country Bread with Olive Spread (Spread changes each night)
Appetizers: Jumbo Shrimps, Escargots, Fried Pierogi, Farmhouse Salad
Mains: Pasta, Rack of Lamb, Duck Breast
Desserts: Suffle, Creme Brulee
Animator’s Palate Complimentary Dining Disney Wonder (Disney Cruise Alaska)
Animator’s Palate is another complimentary dining venue aboard the Disney Wonder during our Disney Cruise to Alaska. The interesting thing about dining at the Animator’s Palate is that the whole restaurant starts out with decorations in black and white. That includes the uniform of the staff, tables, chairs and decorations. However, as the dinner progresses, colours start to be added to the black/white pictures on the walls. By the end of dinner, fully vibrant pictures of Disney characters such as Captain Hook/Peter Pan, Beauty and the Beast are presented. Check out the video at the end of this post to find out more…
The other highlight? The “Captain” pays a visit…We do think that the “Captain” of the ship is Mickey. Is it not? Hmm…
Appetizers: Serrano Ham, Black Truffle Pasta
Soups: Creamy Butternut Squash, Green Pea Soup
Mains: Grilled Tuna Steak, Lemon-Thyme Marinated Chicken Breast
Desserts: Birthday Cake!
Parrot Cay Complimentary Dining Disney Wonder (Disney Cruise Alaska)
Parrot Cay is the third complimentary dining venue aboard the Disney Wonder during out cruise to Alaska. The theme is casual with lots of colour and vibrancy shown on the decor and uniform of the staff.
Bread: Warm Banana Bread
Appetizers: Ahi Tuna and Avocado Tower, Jamaican marinated Chicken Tenderloin
Mains: Potato Crusted Sea Bass Fillet, Mixed Grill
Desserts: Date Pudding, Chocolate Cake
Frozen-Themed Dinner Disney Wonder (Disney Cruise Alaska)
During the cruise, there was a Frozen-themed dinner. Though the meal did not taste particularly good but alot of heart has been placed into naming the food, printing the menu and presenting the dinner…
Appetizers: Assorted Meats and Cheese / Princess Scallops
Mains: Wild Boar Filet, Marinated Strip Loin
Desserts: White Chocolate Floro Dome, Apple Pudding Cake
Palo Brunch Disney Wonder (Disney Cruise Alaska)
Palo is an adults only fine-dining option that is available for brunch and dinner. It costs $30 per person and comes with a complimentary glass of champagne or wine. The highlight for us was the unlimited spread of fresh succulent shrimps, alaskan crabs, tuna as well as huge scallops!
There are so many things we love about our dining experience at Palo. Besides the awesome selection of seafood, the made-to-order dishes also fared really well. We enjoyed the black truffle pasta, eggs, baked oysters and thin crust pizzas. Service was also amazing. However, it is really hard to make a reservation if you are not a frequent cruiser with Disney. Hence, if you’re not able to secure a seat, don’t worry. Make your reservations, first thing when you’re aboard the ship.
While you’re at it, remember to make reservations for dining with Disney characters. If you have daughters in your party, make sure to check out the Princess meals as well!
Check out this video of our Alaska Cruise with Disney Cruise Line here…
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