Enchanted Garden Review

Enchanted Garden Review – by Chuck Blades

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Enchanted Garden is located on Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. In general I think that Disney Cruise Line does a phenomenal job at their rotational dining concept. They provide many unique dining experiences each night of your cruise!

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I believe that Enchanted Garden is one of the most beautiful Disney Restaurants anywhere! It is themed after the Gardens of Versailles in Paris, France. Enchanted Garden filled in the place of Parrot Cay (Now Carioca’s on the Disney Magic) when it was put the Disney Dream in 2011. It is the casual restaurant in the nightly dining rotation.

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Instead of going into detail about every single dish I will point out the best and worst parts of the night – The Best: the Pan-seared Sea Bass – quite honestly this may be my favorite MDR dish in any DCL restaurant it is truly fantastic! Good: North Atlantic Lobster Ravioli — Bad: Thyme and Garlic Brioche – something about this dish was a little off I would recommend skipping it and saving room for the sea Bass!

Thyme and Garlic Brioche – Filled with Chanterelle, Hedgehog and Black Trumpet Mushrooms and Leek Stew in a light Buttermilk Cream

North Atlantic Lobster Ravioli – With Roasted Garlic and Sweet Basil in a light Tomato Broth

Caramelized Sea Scallop – With Roasted Asparagus, Sun-dried Tomatoes, and Pearl Pasta, garnished with Caramelized Leeks and Veal Jus Reduction

Pan-seared Sea Bas – With Saffron and Fennel Risotto with a Sweet Chili Glaze

Esterhazy Cake – Almond Meringue soaked in Maraschino Liqueur and layered Pastry Cream

Rating:

Atmosphere:  9 – Like I said earlier Enchanted Garden is incredibly beautiful! My only complaint is that it is quite loud however most Disney restaurants are so it is to be expected…

Service: 10 – I have now been on 3 Disney Cruises and every single time our service has been top notch. Quite honestly I couldn’t expect better service anywhere, they do everything that is asked of them and more!

Food: 8  – The food is very good in Enchanted Garden! I absolutely love the Sea Bass and the Risotto. Its not the best restaurant I’ve ever been too however each meal I have had here has been pretty darn good.

Overall Score: 9 – Enchanted Garden is one of my favorite Disney Cruise Line restaurants – from the beautiful decor to the good food Enchanted Garden always provides a great experience.

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Remy Dinner Review – by Chuck Blades

Remy Restaurant Review

Remy is an upscale French restaurant located on Disney Cruise Line’s Dream and Fantasy. It is reserved for adults 18+ and is a $75 per person surcharge, there is also a strict dress code that is defined as “Men: A jacket (such as a sports, suit or tuxedo jacket) is required, with dress pants/slacks and shoes. Ties are optional. Please no jeans, shorts, sandals, flip-flops or tennis shoes. — Ladies: Cocktail dress, evening dress, pant suit or skirt/blouse are required. Please no jeans, shorts, capri pants, sandals, flip-flops or tennis shoes. This dress code is strictly enforced unlike the dress codes at Disney World’s signature restaurants which is greatly appreciated! The restaurant is very elegant and the dress code lends itself to a very formal dining experience! I can say without a doubt that this is the most formal dining experience that I have ever had!

Located on Deck 12 aft, Remy provides sweeping ocean views from almost every table, I recommend starting your meal before sunset so you can enjoy the wonderful ocean views along with a fabulous sunset. The food Remy is well worth the $75 dollars per person on land at either of these chefs restaurants a Pre Fix menu starts at over $125 per person! If you are a foodie this restaurant is for you! Every single course is brought out in grand fashion! It is head and shoulders above any of the other main dining restaurants on the ship. And it is arguably the best restaurant on any cruise ship in the entire world.

When you step off of the elevators on Deck 12 aft you are greater by a beautiful bar called “Meridian” which separates Palo and Remy the two adult only restaurants about the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy. The overall decor of this area is incredibly beautiful its a beautiful “appetizer” that leads to the stunning restaurants on either side of the bar!

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Remy is inspired by the movie Ratatouille so there are several little “Disney” touches. However if you do not look for the little details most would never guess that it is inspired by a Disney Movie! The space is incredibly formal! The dark woods and Art Nouveau decor make this the most formal Disney Restaurant I have ever been in! The sweeping ocean views and incredible decor lend themselves to a visually stunning dinning experience (and thats before you even get served your first course!)

Remy is not only an incredibly beautiful restaurant as almost every table has ocean views but Remy is also a very intimate restaurant it only has a couple of tables an on the night that we dined here there were only 3 other tables that were in use.

Once you are escorted to your table you will again see some of the Disney touches like the little Remy’s on the bread plate!

Dinner Menu:

Now onto the Food:

To start out you are greeted with a drink from the bartenders! Seeing as I was not 21 at this point they served us a non alcoholic fruity drink. It was very good! Overall it was a nice touch and added to the overall experience!

Amuse Bouche:

To Start out the meal our waiter brought out an amuse bouche from the chef – tonight the chef had made a deep fried Tomato Soup… Yes you heard that right a deep FRIED tomato SOUP! This was an extremely interesting bite! Overall it was extremely flavorful and a great way to start the meal!

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Following the Amuse Bouche the waiter brought out our next course – our chefs take on Ratatouille! The dish that inspired the restaurant itself… Seeing as Ratatouille is one of my favorite movies of all time I really enjoyed this dish – the tomatoes were very fresh and the Olive Oil Ice Cream on top was also very good!

Remy has two menus one from Chef Lallement a Michelin 3 star award winner and another from Chef Scott Hunnel the head Chef at Victoria and Albert’s a AAA 5 Diamond award winning restaurant! We were able to try each menu with the exception of the Veau Carotte on Chef Lallement’s menu where we both ordered from Chef Hunnel’s Menu —

Instead of focusing on each dish individually I will post my thoughts at the bottom of the page —

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Tomate – With Cucumber Water

Langoustine

Black Cod

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Alaskan King Crab

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Quail

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Rating:

Atmosphere: 10 – The beautiful Art Nouveau “Ratatouille” atmosphere of Remy paired with the fabulous ocean views makes Remy arguably the most beautiful restaurant I have ever dined in! Its only competition is Palo on the Disney Magic which is an exceptionally high standard! I could honestly just sit in Remy and take in all of the little details! Details like this are the reason Disney Imagineering is so phenomenal – they make something incredibly interment, and upscale while bringing in the Disney touches that we all know and love!

Service: 10 – Our service was top notch – he was incredibly good at his job I never had to wait for anything and everything I asked for he was able to get done! However I do think there was a Language / Cultural barrier at times because he as not nearly as friendly as other staff that I have had… However I cannot knock him for something so silly!

Food: 10 – Everything at Remy was excellent – if you are a foodie and can appreciate fine dining Remy is a fabulous experience!

Overall Score: 10 – Every single dish that we tried was extremely fresh, flavorful and satisfying. The food here absolutely lived up to the expectation that I had going into the dining experience. In the end Remy is one of the best Disney Restaurants I have ever dined at (and at this point there are a lot of them!)

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Disney Cruise Line: Disney Dream Review – by Chuck Blades

Disney Cruise Line: Disney Dream Review

Cruising is something that I really enjoy and something that I plan to do as often as I can in the future. I love to explore every area of every ship from the amazing restaurants, bars, lounges, lido and promenade decks, pools water slides, Spa’s and more! I love mixing up different ships different Itineraries and in the near future different cruise lines! Because of this I’ve decided to review each ship I travel on as a whole. I will then also break it into different parts, like restaurant reviews, stateroom reviews ext and post them individually periodically as time allows…

For each review I will break each ship down into 5 categories: Food (of course!) Decor, Entertainment and Activities, Stateroom Cleanliness and appearance and of course most important Service! I will give each a score out of 10 and then total it and give it a grade at the end of the review.

Now onto the review of the Disney Dream!

Ship Food:

Every Disney Cruise Line Ship has a wide variety of dining choices. The Disney Dream is no exception with lido deck restaurants and Cabanas a huge buffet to 3 dining rooms and even two adult-only specialty restaurants Remy and Palo. To be quite honest the only knock I have on the Disney Dream’s dining is the fact that the Dream generally runs 3 and 4 night sailings. There is just to little time to take in all of the fantastic dining options. For example Palo Brunch is a favorite of mine however it is only available on Sea Days – Half of the Disney Dream’s sailings do not run sea days therefore you cannot enjoy one of my favorite things to do on a Disney Ship!

Score of 9

Ship Decor:

The Disney Dream is a an absolutely gorgeous ship on the inside and out! From its stunning classic ocean liner exterior, to its beautiful art deco atrium the Disney Dream’s decor is top notch! Throughout the ship you will see little nods to the traditional Disney Characters however nothing is overwhelming or in your face (which is one of my favorite parts about Disney Cruise Line)!

Score of – 10

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Kids and Teens:

Adults: One of my favorite parts about the Disney Dream is its fantastic adult entertainment! The bars and lounges on the Dream are all beautifully decorated and serve many creative drinks!

Score of – 8

Stateroom: 

Score of 9

Service:

Score of 7

Overall Rating: 43 / 50 or 86%

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Cabana Bay Beach Resort – Review

Cabana Bay Beach Resort Review

Cabana Bay beach resort is the newest hotel at Universal Studio’s Florida! Cabana Bay opened the entire resort this past Summer 2014! Cabana Bay is themed after a 1960’s / 1970’s Beach Side Resort! It is Universal’s first attempt at a Value Resort and is directly compared to Disney’s Art of Animation in many ways! We will be doing a full comparison in an upcoming blog. For now though here is our review of Cabana Bay!

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Cabana Bay has some really nice features – for example they have resort specific merchandise! A bowling alley and Lobby bar and they also have a Starbucks!

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The details of the resort are even carried into the resorts bathrooms with specialized soap!

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Disney Cruise Line: Disney Dream Overview – by Chuck Blades

Disney Cruise Line: Disney Dram Overview

Ship Facts:

Ship Builder: Fincantieri (Marghera, Italy)

First Sailing Venice Sailing: July 1, 1998

Christened: July 28, 1998

Maiden Voyage: July 30, 1998 – 4-Night Bahamian Cruise

Lobby Statue: Helmsman Mickey

Godmother: Patricia Disney, former wife of Roy E. Disney.

Passenger Decks – 11

Gross Tonnage: 84,000 tons | Length: 984 feet | Beam: 106 feet | Draft: 25.3 feet | Height: 171.5 feet

Speed – Cruising: 21.5 knots • Max: 24 knots

Capacity – Passenger: 2,713 • Crew: 950

Staterooms – Inside: 256 | Outside – Verandah: 362 Ocean View: 259

Family Activities:

Service:

Restaurant’s:

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Entertainment:

Villian’s Tonight – Twice Charmed – Disney’s Disney Dreams

Adult Area’s

Palo is the Adult only Signature Restaurant aboard every Disney Cruise Ship $25 up charge per person

Remy is an Adult’s only Signature Restaurant on The Dream and The Fantasy $75 up charge per person

Palo – Dinner and Palo Brunch

Remy Dinner and Remy Brunch

Adult Bar’s and Lounge’s

Skyline

Pink

Evolution

District Lounge

Cove Cafe

Kids Club’s:

Oceaneer Club

Oceaneer Lab

Overall Rating:

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Disney Cruise Line: Disney Magic Review – by Chuck Blades

Disney Cruise Line: Disney Magic Review

Cruising is something that I really enjoy and something that I plan to do as often as I can in the future. I love to explore every area of every ship from the amazing restaurants, bars, lounges, lido and promenade decks, pools water slides, Spa’s and more! I love mixing up different ships different Itineraries and in the near future different cruise lines! Because of this I’ve decided to review each ship I travel on as a whole. I will then also break it into different parts, like restaurant reviews, stateroom reviews ext and post them individually periodically as time allows…

For each review I will break each ship down into 5 categories: Food (of course!) Decor, Entertainment and Activities, Stateroom Cleanliness and appearance and of course most important Service! I will give each a score out of 10 and then total it and give it a grade at the end of the review.

Now onto the review of the Disney Magic!

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Disney Magic

The Disney Magic was the Disney Companies very first cruise ship, the ship was built in Italy in the late 1990’s and the ships christening took place in 1998. At 84,000 gross tons, and 984 feet long it was a very large ship when it was first built so large in fact it was built in two separate locations in 2 halves and then the two were welded together! It is still a large ship by many standards (I mean almost double the Gross Tonnage of the Titanic!) and it even got a larger when it went though a massive Dry Dock in October of 2013 however compared to many ships now days it is small. However it still has a wide variety of actives and all 11 decks have something for everyone!

Now onto the review!!

Ship Food:

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One of the most talked about things when researching cruises is the FOOD! Some of the talk is very good and other talk is bad saying that cruise food is old or frozen so the quality is not what you can get on land. In some ways I completely agree with the criticisms however in many ways I disagree with them. I have not sailed another cruise line YET however Disney does an excellent job at using the freshest ingredients possible especially in their top tier restaurant Palo. In the end I think Disney does a good job with food here are my specific thoughts below.

 Disney Cruise line has no lack of dining options one thing is for sure and that is that you won’t come home hungry after a Disney Cruise! From a buffet, 24 hour room service, many lido deck dining options from a Pizza Window to Gyros and even 3 Main Dining Room’s that you “rotate” through each night! Disney’s rotational dining has its perks and drawbacks, a perk is the fact that each dining room has its own theme and its own menu its drawback (and perk) is that the Disney Magic only has 1 specialty restaurant Palo, yes this does mean that it has a lot of free dining however free dining isn’t always top quality due to the amount of people that have to be served at a time. For example some ships have 25+ restaurants with many specialty restaurants that provide a wide variety of dining experiences and customizable fresh food. In the end the food on DCL is hard to rate I love that they have a wide variety of free options especially for families however for me personally I don’t really enjoy grabbing something quick at the pool for lunch. I like to go enjoy a nice meal either in the main dining room or a specialty restaurant 3 times a day. (This is just my opinion I mean some people really knock Royal Caribbean because they do not offer lido deck food at all!) In the end I am just rating the Disney Magic’s food! Even though the Disney Magic doesn’t have many specialty restaurants because of the excellent Palo Dinner and Palo Brunch as well as a wide variety of free offerings I give the dining a…

Score of – 7.5

Ship Decor:

DSC_0889 The Disney Magic really is a beautiful ship! Its very quaint and has a traditional ocean liner feel! For me this has its good and bad qualities – I like how beautiful and traditional it feels and in the areas that were re imagined it is truly incredible! However its atrium is missing a WOW factor that other ships have and the non renovated spaces are really lacking you can tell that the ship is 15+ years old… Overall the great re imagined area’s outweigh the bad and I give the ship a…

Score of - 7.5

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This for me is the ships biggest flaw. It has some things that are excellent like the Oceaneer Club and Lab which are arguably the greatest kids clubs on any ship period! It also has an entirely updated lido deck fitted with an awesome Aqua Dunk waterside, pools, funnel vision and more! However as excellent as these things are the nighttime Broadway style shows were lacking and the ships adult area was really boring with poorly themed bars and lounges that didn’t appeal to me whatsoever. The Spa was nice for adults however it is not nearly as nice as other Spa’s at sea (for example the Disney Dream)

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Taking off of this into account I would give the Disney Magic a 10 / 10 for Children aged 3 – 12 this part of the ship is absolutely fantastic however for Adults / Older Teens and Tweens its very much laking and is probably a 5 / 10… The lack of bars / lounges as well as extra activities contriubes to this overall

Score of – 7

Stateroom – 

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Disney cruise Line is known for their fantastic staterooms and they don’t disappoint! They are 25% larger than the average cruise ship staterooms they are incredibly well appointed with beautiful and comfortable linens, pillows, chairs really the entire stateroom is outstanding! We were in a concierge suite that was over the top however every stateroom on the Disney Magic is excellent! The Stateroom’s are one of the best parts of the Disney Magic leading to a perfect

Score of – 10

Service :

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In my honest opinion the HANDS Down best part of the Disney Magic was the Service! From our incredible Waitstaff to our wonderful Stateroom host and concierge the Disney Magic brought service to a whole new level! Quite honestly I do not think it is possible to have better service on ANY vacation than what we received on the Disney Magic!

Score – 10

Overall Rating:

***Total*** – 42 or a 84% a solid B

There are many things that I love about the Disney Magic, service being at the top honestly I do not think its possible to have better service than what we had throughout the cruise! From our concierge Twanda to our Waitstaff everything was top notch! I also love that there is less people on the ship compared to the Dream or the Fantasy this is especially nice on Castaway Cay and I think it leads to better service on the Ship as a whole. However the smaller size did lead to some downfalls like a lack of evening activities especially for adults!

In the end the Disney Magic is a fabulous ship that I can’t wait to sail again!!!

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***Disclaimer***

These ratings as of right now are based just upon the Disney Magic I have also sailed the Dream but will be doing a full review of her later this year! The numbers could change when I do visit more ships in the upcoming year I have cruises on 3 ships planned that may alter my thoughts a little depending on how they are! However as of right now these are my scores for the Disney Magic!

Leaky Cauldron – Diagon Alley review

Leaky Cauldron – Diagon Alley review – by Chuck Blades

The Leaky Cauldron is a “Quick or Counter Service” restaurant located in the brand new Diagon Alley at Universal Studios Florida. The Leaky Cauldron really excels with good food and incredible theming! From an authentic English Pub Menu to the details of he pub everything was top notch! To be quite honest the overall theming of Diagon Alley was truly breathtaking and the reveal from the London Waterfront into Diagon Alley was absolutely Jaw Dropping by far the best “reveal” in any theme park that I’ve ever been in!

Everything in the Leaky Cauldron was executed perfectly! As a Harry Potter fan I couldn’t help but wander around in awe! We spend an hour in the restaurant and I still didn’t take in all of the details!

Inside the Leaky Cauldron:

Diagon Alley Like Be Our Guest at the Magic Kingdom takes advantage of RFID technology… Instead of ordering at a counter and waiting for your food you order and are then taken to a table once seated you are given a Candle Stick – several minutes later your food “Magically” arrives at your table!

Our View from our table was really fantastic! One of the best views in any theme park period! I really felt like I was a wizard sitting right outside of Diagon Alley in the middle of London!

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In keeping with the Wizarding World Theme Diagon Alley only offers “Wizards Drinks” In my opinion you have to order the ButterBeer! This is one of the most famous things from all of the Harry Potter Books and being able to try it was an extremely awesome experience! The Butterbeer was excellent something that I really enjoyed – It was really sweet and creamy it honestly reminded me of a frozen creme soda!

Food:

Toad in the Hole – overall this dish was pretty good – the sausage and breading were both flavorful and the vegetables seemed to be fairly fresh.

Beef Lamb and Guinness Stew – This dish was really unique – I loved the steak it was extremely tender – the Stew reminded me of a pot roast in a bread bowl – a little heavy for 85 and sunny but it would be perfect in January or February.

Fish and Chips – the fish and chips were on par with the best I have ever had! They were very flavorful, quite honestly the breading was good enough you didn’t even need any tartar sauce. This was by far the best dish of the day!

Rating:

I will rate the Quick Service restaurants a little differently than the Table Service Restaurants

Atmosphere: 10/10 As a Harry Potter fan this restaurant was one of my favorite things in all of Diagon Alley! I can remember being a little boy reading the first Harry Potter and wanting to visit the Leaky Cauldron and Visit Diagon Alley! This restaurant does a fantastic job of bringing me into one of my favorite worlds!

Service: 10/10 I normally would not rate the service at a counter service restaurant however it was very efficient and everyone was very friendly so therefore I will rate this a perfect 10 it was top notch!

Food: 8/10 Each of us ordered something different and everything was pretty good – I do not think the food was as good as Be Our Guest at the Magic Kingdom however the British are not really known for their excellent culinary creations! Everything was fresh and well done and I loved the ButterBeer so therefore I scored this an 8.

Overall Score: 10/10 This is one of my favorite restaurants in all of Orlando! Counter Service or Table service! The food was above average and the theming was extraordinary!

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Top 5 Snacks of Food and Wine Festival – by Chuck Blades

Top 5 Snacks of Food and Wine Festival – by Chuck Blades

#5 Desserts & Champagne: Trio of Desserts Chocolate Orange Cupcake – Hazelnut Chocolate

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#4 Brazil: Seared Scallop with Ragout of Tomatoes, Peppers, Hearts of Palm and Steamed Rice

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#3 Australia: Grilled Lamb Chop with Mint Pesto and Potato Crunchies

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#2 South Korea: Kimchi Dog with Spicy Mustard Sauce

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#1 France: Escargots Persillade en Brioche (Garlic and Parsley Snails in Brioche Boeuf Bourguignon (Braised Short Ribs in Cabernet with Mashed Potatoes) Crème Brûlée au Chocolat au Lait (Chocolate Milk Crème Brûlée topped with Caramelized Sugar)

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Be Our Guest Restaurant Lunch Review – by Chuck Blades

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Top 5 Disney World Dessert’s – By Chuck Blades

Top 5 Disney World Desserts

One of the best parts about any dining experience is the Dessert! The desserts in Walt Disney World are no exception from creme brûlée to soufflé and everything in between Disney World has some amazing dessert options! When I tried to narrow down my list I kept going back and forth and honestly this list could change tomorrow depending on my mood however right this moment these are my Top 5 Walt Disney World Desserts!

#5 Banana Napoleon – Flying Fish Cafe – Boardwalk Inn

When I think of great Disney Desserts the Signature Flying Fish Banana Napoleon always comes to mind! My first time dining at Flying Fish I ordered off of a Pre Fixe Menu that showcased all of Flying Fish’s signature dishes. The one dessert on the menu was the Banana Napoleon, I don’t think that I had ever had Banana Napoleon so I was excited to try it seeing as I love bananas! This dish was everything I had hoped sweet, flaky, a little crunchy really excellent! I now order this dessert every time I come to Flying Fish! I love sitting at the Chefs Counter looking over the kitchen every once in a while looking out on the Boardwalk while enjoying a nice Tea and Banana Napoleon.

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#4 Ohana Bread Pudding – served a la mode with Bananas and Caramel Sauce – The Polynesian Village Resort

If you have ever been to Ohana you KNOW about the incredible Bread Pudding! Honestly I would consider going to Ohana just for this dessert! Its always warm, sweet, moist overall its delicious! I have been so spoiled with this Bread Pudding that I can never find another that I enjoy I always compare it to this amazing dessert!

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#3 Chia Cream Dessert – Sanaa Dessert Trio – Tanzanian Chocolate Mousse, Coconut Cheesecake and Chai Cream

The Chai Cream Dessert used to come on its own at Sanaa unfortunately it was taken off of the menu a few years ago and added as a trio, I always ask for multiple Chai Creams because its honestly amazing! Generally it isn’t a problem at all to get the Chia Creams. On top of the cool, sweet, cinnamon Chia Cream I always order a press pot tea. Sanaa has a great selection of loose leaf teas! The thing that makes the entire experience better is sitting sipping on tea and watching the Animals roam around the Savanna outside. Sanaa is a unique experience that I think everyone must have when going to Walt Disney World!

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#2 Chocolate Souffle’ – Shula’s Steakhouse – Dolphin

The Soufflé is absolutely outstanding, chocolatey, light!, warm, overall its simply exquisite! It has to bake for 45 minutes before you can eat it so its always excellent! I wholeheartedly suggest ordering the soufflé on ever trip to Shula’s! This is one of the best desserts in Walt Disney World I would stop in and order it even if I wasn’t eating at Shula’s!

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#1 Almond Crusted Cheesecake and Press Pot Tea – finished with Lambert Cherry Sauce – Narcoossee’s – Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

Naming my favorite desserts was a difficult decision until it came to my #1 dessert the Almond Cheesecake at Narcoossee’s. This dessert is always excellent and paired with a press pot tea while watching Wishes makes it my #1 dessert in Walt Disney World! This really is a full sensory experience from the taste of the sweet cheesecake to the touch of the warm cup of tea, the sounds and sights of Wishes and the smell of the wonderful kitchen in the air makes this the best Dessert in Walt Disney World!

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