Disney Fantasy Cruise | Western Caribbean | Dinner at Enchanted Garden

Throughout the rough day at sea, my dad spent most of the afternoon napping, and 5 of us were able to make it to dinner.  Matt’s mom was still feeling a little woozy, so she opted to sit out the dinner and stayed in the room resting.

Enchanted Garden dinner menu

Enchanted Garden dinner menu

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
Several of us started with the Spinach and Raspberry Salad: Tender Spinach tossed with fresh Raspberries, toasted Pine Nuts, and crumbled Gorgonzola and a Raspberry Vinaigrette

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
Another appetizer choice, North Atlantic Lobster Ravioli: With roasted Garlic and sweet Basil scented Tomato Juice

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
This was Matt’s choice: Ahi Tuna and Avocado Tower: With Crispy Noodles and Wasabi Dressing

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
Main course time! This is the Pearl-Barley Cakes with Shallots, Leeks, and Rosemary: Over sautéed Julienne of Carrots, Root Celery and Leeks with a light Saffron Saucel

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
Slow Roasted Prime Rib: Thyme-roasted Vegetables, Double-baked Potato, Horseradish, and Natural Jus

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
This was my entree, and ended up being my favorite dish of the entire cruise!  Pan Seared Sea Bass: With Fava Beans and Pea Risotto and a sweet Chili Glaze

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
Dessert menu time!

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
My mom ordered the Sacher chocolate torte with apricot sauce.  Looks delish!

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
Matt’s dad ordered the Banana Foster Sundae with rum-glazed bananas, vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, and caramel sauce!

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
Passion fruit curd tart – topped with toasted vanilla meringue and orange candy sauce.

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
Strawberry cheesecake, with whipped cream and fruit coulis

Enchanted Garden dinner menu
After dessert, our server Lily brought us this plate with a little message to take back to Matt’s mom.  There are 5 Mickey heads to represent the 5 of us, sans one!

This is part of a blog series detailing our super fun family trip, a 7-day Western Caribbean cruise on the Disney Fantasy!  Click Here to see more posts!

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Comments

  1. Loving your Fantasy recap! I think the Pan-Seared Sea Bass was my favorite meal on the Dream in October. Looking forward to trying it again in May.

  2. Weird going through these now and remembering that I’ve had some of the exact same dishes. 

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