|Remy chair detail|
|Jamon Wrapped Shrimp|
Our first course arrived after a small appetizer compliments of the chef (a small breaded crouton-type thing with tomato sauce inside, I didn't snap of picture of that one). I had shrimp wrapped in ham, and my date had lobster. Both were delicious, and this was around the point when we realized that we were both pleased with the menus we had chosen, and we didn't really desire to do much sharing.
|Sea Bass Atlantique|
|Australian Wagyu Tenderloin|
|Candy tin number one|
Remy was an unforgettable dinner experience, especially out on the open seas on a Disney Cruise. In my opinion, it was well worth the $75 per person, and anyone who has the opportunity to do it, should. Save up the money if you must; it's a once in a lifetime kinda meal! At least it was to poor, college student me! The atmosphere was awesome, and it was nice to be away from the kids and the chaos and have some quiet adult time. The service was also amazing; our waiter didn't even get a second table until we were about halfway through our meal!
|Candy tin number two|
And spoiler alert: if you don't mind a nice surprise being stolen, when we arrived back at our stateroom after dinner, there was a thank you note and a small box of chocolates waiting for us. Thanks, Remy!
Have you been to Remy on the Dream? Planning to visit on an upcoming Dream or Fantasy cruise? Loved it? Hated it? Too surprised that I even wrote this blog to speak? I can't blame you, but if you have any feedback, leave a comment, send a tweet (@amandaenchanted), or write on our Facebook page!