I'm posting the last night's See Ya' Real Soon dinner out of order, so don't fret - we still have a few more cruise posts to go after this one!
Or.. if you're totally sick of the cruise posts, then I apologize, because you still have a few more to go! I know, I know, the torture will be over soon!
We were scheduled for Royal Court on the last night of the cruise, but all restaurants serve a special See Ya' Real Soon menu to mark your last dinner on board.
Once again I failed to get a photo of the bread selection, but on this last night you can expect Six-Grain Country Bread with caramelized onions and sundried tomato dip!
My appetizer was the Dungeness Crabmeat Stuffed Tomato filled with crab meat salad, shredded red onion, and topped with Fontina cheese and a garlic-herb drizzle.
We ordered the same Cranberry Salad - mixed field greens with crumbled blue cheese, sunflower seeds, dried cranberries, and cranberry dressing. It was sooooo good!
Matt's appetizer was this tasty Grilled Potato and Goat Cheese Napoleon with balsamic-basil vinaigrette.
I ordered the Roasted Half Cornish Hen with Israeli couscous (I am a sucker for couscous!), grilled zucchini and peppers, covered in a lemon herb sauce.
Matt ordered the Garlic and Rosemary-Marinated Lamb Sirloin with onion, leek, potato gratin, and sundried tomato jus. Mmm... I'm a big fan of lamb.
My dessert was the Deep-Dish Apple-Cranberry Crumble, served warm with vanilla ice cream. Have you noticed I tend to LOVE the cobblers and crumbles on a Disney cruise?
Matt's dessert was this Celebration Cake - layers of cheesecake covered with strawberries, embedded in vanilla cream and glazed with white chocolate - served with extra strawberries and cream. I wondered what this looked like before it was cut, due to the stripes on the frosting - I bet it was pretty!
At the end of the meal, Matt's dad started a little game to see who could guess the number of bulbs in the light fixture over the King's Table at the center of the restaurant. After making our guesses while seated at our table, we got up and went over to count them one by one.
While taking this picture, one of the servers leaned over and whispered, "What are they doing?" into my ear. What.. doesn't everyone stare at light fixtures for long periods of time?
Hint: The Kings Table in Royal Court is #82 if you want to make a special request! It seats 10 people, so it's perfect if you're traveling with a large group or if you want to be seated with several other families.
See you around!
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!