Disney Cruise Line truly does have something for everyone! Already exceptional with their rotational dining and three main dining rooms, Disney also offers Palo and Remy. Palo is Northern Italian cuisine and may be found on all 4 Disney ships. Remy is French cuisine available on the Dream and Fantasy only. Both are adult-exclusive.
My husband and I recently celebrated our anniversary at Palo. I want to tell you all about it.
Upcharges and dress codes apply to both restaurants, but Palo is a little less restrictive than Remy. For Palo dinner, the charge was $40 per person.
Dress to ImpressTo preserve the elegant ambiance of this restaurant, you are asked to adhere to a dress code when dining at Palo. We recommend dress pants or slacks and a collared shirt for men, and a dress, skirt or pants and a blouse for women. Jeans may also be worn if in good condition (no holes). Please no tank tops, swimsuits, swimsuit cover-ups, shorts, hats, cut-offs, torn clothing, t-shirts with offensive language and/or graphics, flip-flops or tennis shoes.
On our recent cruise, we had dinner at Palo on pirate night, which was the 3rd night of our 4-night cruise and our Castaway Cay day. On the Dream, Palo and Remy are next to each other on the top deck in the front of the ship with the Meridian Bar in between.
When you arrive you are escorted into the bar to wait for your escort into the restaurant. We had a drink here and then were escorted to our table. All tables have a wonderful view of the ocean.
The service is nothing short of outstanding! We ordered wine, and then our server, Mircea, brought the bread service and then the antipasto cart, and we watched as our server prepared a plate of “a little bit of everything” to try.
We ordered several Primi to try and share: Calamari Fritti, Gnocchi and the Wild Mushroom Risotto. A wonderful feature of cruising — order as much as you would like applies even at Palo! So so good. Even the gnocchi, which typically in restaurants falls far short of my father’s homemade version, was wonderful.
Next, was a palette cleanser…
Then the main course, Rack of Lamb for me and Osso Buco for my husband. Cooked to perfection.
The dessert course was next. When you order your main course they will ask you if you will be ordering the chocolate souffle, their signature dessert because it does take some time to make. I knew about this in advance and was definitely getting it. There are no words. It was heavenly!
And they brought out a Happy Anniversary plate!
The dinner was well-paced and lasted about 2 hours, but didn’t feel long at all. The restaurant was quiet, there were several tables around us, but it wasn’t full by any means.
Palo is well worth the upcharge and can be prebooked in your cruise account when your activities window opens.
Have you eaten there? I would go back in a heartbeat and next time will try the brunch too, I hear it’s phenomenal. Talk to your A Time to Treasure Travel agent to learn how you can include this in your next Disney cruise plans.