While Disney Cruise Line is known for its’ dining room cuisine, a lot of guests may not have tried their adult specialty dining. The Disney Dream has two options, Palo and Remy.
We dined at Palo for brunch, which was a set cost of $45 per person. I found it to be a great option, and highly recommend it.
The restaurant is named after the colorful poles that line the streets in Venice, Italy, and the theme carries over into the restaurant décor and menu.
The brunch is a set price, and you can try as much as you like! So feel free to order multiple dishes!
We started in the Antipasti section which included a seafood platter with king crab legs, lemon marinated shrimp, and ahi tuna.
Next, we were served a basket of mixed bread.
For an appetizer, I had the Tomato Basil Soup and my husband had the Calzone.
My husband then selected the Eggs Benedict from the breakfast selection.
For the main course, we both had our favorite dish, the Chicken Parmigiana. The chicken was a little breaded and crispy, and the sauce and risotto were a perfect combination.
We finished with a Molten Lava Cake for dessert. It was served with espresso gelato which was delicious!
We loved the experience! From the beautiful views and delicious food choices, to the top notch service, Palo is a great value! We will definitely be back every time we sail on a Disney Cruise!
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