Here’s a brief description of each of the Disney Cruise Line restaurants:
Animator’s Palate: (Disney Dream, Disney Wonder, Disney Magic)
This innovative restaurant transforms itself from black and white to full color as your meal progresses. Scenes from classic Disney films adorn the walls, and as each course is served colors are added to the scenes. Be prepared for a fun and festive surprise end to your meal. (NOTE: When dining at this restaurant for the second time during your rotation, the “show” will not take place.)
Palo: (Disney Dream, Disney Wonder, Disney Magic)
With its 270- degree ocean view from high atop the ship on Deck 10, Palo has the loveliest view of all restaurants on the ship. Palo is adults 18 and over only, and reservations are required. This restaurant features outstanding Northern Italian cuisine prepared to order.
Cabanas: (Disney Dream)
Cabanas is a Casual Dining restaurant that serves fresh food favorites. You have the option of eating indoors or outdoors. Cabanas serves made to order food for breakfast and lunch. At dinner, the restaurant becomes a table-service dining room serving Main Dining specialties.
Enchanted Garden: (Disney Dream)
Enchanted Garden serves breakfast, lunch and dinner as a Main Dining restaurant. The Enchanted Garden transforms itself from day to night during dining. The decor is made to feel like you are eating in the famous gardens of Versailles.
Royal Palace: (Disney Dream)
Royal Palace is a Main Dining restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The decor is inspired by classic Disney Princess films.
Parrot Cay: (Disney Wonder, Disney Magic)
With island-themed décor, this brightly-colored restaurant gives diners a taste of the Caribbean. Lush palms, tropical birds and beautiful murals give diners the feel of eating in their own bit of island paradise.
Goofy’s Galley: (Disney Wonder, Disney Magic)
A great spot to pick up a light snack such as wraps and fruit. There is also a milk, water, soft drinks, lemonade, tea and coffee station on Deck 9 aft that is available most of the time each day.
Triton’s: (Disney Wonder)
The Disney Wonder’s equivalent of Lumiere’s and themed after Disney’s Little Mermaid. The decor is upscale.
Beach Blanket Buffet: (Disney Wonder)
Buffets or a sit-down meal for breakfast and lunch. There is open seating for these meals, meaning you can eat in any restaurant and at any table you choose. 24-hour room service is also available.
Scoops: (Disney Wonder)
Offers up ice cream and fresh fruit.
Topsider Buffet: (Disney Magic)
Guests aboard the Disney Magic will have a Character Breakfast. You receive a ticket with the day/time during your dinner. Buffets or a sit-down meal for breakfast and lunch. There is open seating for these meals, meaning you can eat in any restaurant and at any table you choose. 24-hour room service is also available.
Lumiere’s: (Disney Magic)
This restaurant is found on the Disney Magic. As the name implies, the theme is Beauty and the Beast. The elegant decor makes this the most formal of the three main restaurants.
For quick and easy fast food on the Disney Cruise Line, Pinocchio’s Pizzeria and Pluto’s Dog House serve pizza and hot dogs, burgers, chicken fingers, etc. at various times each day.