Three Generations Aboard Ship
  • On Jun 19, 2009
    Margaret from VA Asked

    We will be going to Disney on 7/2/09- 3 days land/4 night cruise. I've read about the rotation of different restaurants on the cruise. What is different about the restaurants? Do they all serve the same type of food as I don't care for seafood.

    Hi Margaret,
    Rotational dining is unique to the Disney Cruise line. What I love about rotating to different restaurants is that there are different menus and décor in each restaurant. And the best part? Your servers follow you! With the same servers each night, you’ll receive exceptional service. In addition, you’ll be seated with the same people each night.

    On the Disney Wonder, you’ll have three different restaurants to enjoy.
    Animator’s Palate - where classic Disney films come alive as you dine on each new course
    Parrot Cay - tropical décor inspired by your voyage to the Bahamas
    Triton’s - an Art Deco décor designed after the Little Mermaid film

    On the four night cruise, you’ll dine at one of these restaurants twice. You’ll also have the option of dining at the adults-only restaurant Palo. Make reservations in advance. The extra fee is well worth the outstanding service, décor and Italian menu items.

    Palo is my favorite restaurant, followed by Animator’s Palate.

    Let me reassure you that you’ll find plenty of choices on the menus to please all palates. I am a finicky eater and do not eat red meat nor seafood. I’ve always found delicious choices on the DCL menus. Feel free to ask your server for suggestions or to mix and match from the different menu items!
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