On the last night of a Disney Cruise on the Magic or the Wonder, you are given a special menu theme – Till We Meet Again. We were back in Parrot Cay for this meal, and it was a great way to end our trip. We said goodbye to our wonderful servers and our sweet table mates, and enjoyed a fantastic meal.
I kicked things off with a chilled seafood medley, which included smoked salmon tartare, and a bay scallop.
Matt started with spinach, artichoke, and jalapeno cheddar dip, served with pita triangles. If there is ever a combo of spinach and artichoke on the menu, you can bet that Matt is going to order it.
I skipped the soup/salad course that night, but Matt tried the potato leek soup that we remembered from cruising on the Disney Dream. Great choice!
My main course was one of my favorite dishes – portobello moussaka. Matt makes an amazing homemade moussaka, but he only makes it on special occasions because it takes so long! Absolutely delicious.
Matt ordered the server’s recommendation – yachtsman steakhouse center cut grilled beef tenderloin, served with William potatoes, asparagus, baby vegetables, and Bearnaise sauce.
By the time dessert rolled around, I didn’t mess around and immediately ordered the apple-cranberry cobbler with vanilla bean ice cream. The cobblers were consistently delicious at every dinner!
Matt ordered the speciality dessert of the evening – Baked Alaska. This is a sponge cake layered with chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry ice cream, then topped with meringue. As part of the “show” for dinner that night, the chef brought out a whole baked alaska and set the meringue on fire for everyone to see.
I hope you’ve all enjoyed the dinner tours from all the different food we sampled aboard our cruise. As self-proclaimed foodies, we adore trying new things and, of course, taking pictures of all of it!
This post is from our 7-day Eastern Caribbean cruise aboard the Disney Magic from January 28th to February 3rd of 2012. To see all of our cruise posts, you can click right here!