Disney Cruise Line’s Remy is a signature restaurant aboard the fleet’s newest ships — Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. Inside this opulent restaurant, understated (and hidden) images of the “Ratatouille” Chef Remy have been placed throughout the dining room. Reader (and WDW Moms Panelist) Jonas Karp uncovers some of the hidden Remys before sharing his mini-review and food pics!
Atmosphere and Hidden Remys
When you arrive at Remy, there’s a LOT to take in!
But once you’ve scanned the room, you’ll start to see a familiar image peeking at you from some well-hidden places! Remy — the main character from Disney’s Ratatouille, is hidden throughout the restaurant!
Wait, don’t sit just yet! Did you check out the back of your chair?!
Remy can even be found atop the chandeliers!
And just when you think this is just a squiggly form of modern art, you notice that Remy’s profile is popping out at you!
Before you take your seat, check out the fabric on the booths. You may find a Hidden Remy!
The contemporary ironwork also contains a Remy image!
Of course, we can’t chat up Remy without mentioning the food. Let’s see what Jonas thought of the dishes…
Ratatouille was served compliments of the chef. It was very finely chopped and really good.
Langoustines Royale Sauce César (Royal Norway Lobster with Caesar Sauce) was served to the parents-in-law. It was deemed a winner!
Smoked Bison With Fennel Salad and Blood Oranges was another fave at the table.
By far the best food on the menu — fresh and light — this Turbot entree was delicious.
Turbot Côtier – “Vin Jaune” Gnocchi Coastal Turbot with Vin Jaune and Gnocchi.
Porcini mushroom soup with wild mushroom bread pudding.
Roasted Vermont Quail.
This dish, the Kurobuta pork tenderloin and belly with corn ragout, was the worst offering on the menu, we thought. It lacked flavor in our opinion.
Wagyu Beef, Potato Puree, with Barbecue and Herb Sauce was enjoyed by mom-in-law.
Peruvian Chocolate was a great dessert — with the exception of the chocolate egg shooter (not pictured), which we didn’t enjoy as much. Editors Note: Remy is also hidden in the plate’s etching!
Thanks for going on this little photo tour with us, and thanks to Jonas for offering his pics and reviews!
Have you dined at Remy? Any cruise plans coming up soon? Let us know in the comments below!