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    Royal Court on Disney Fantasy

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Disney Fantasy, Deck 3 Midship

Summary

You know Disney is serious about the French theme when they put snails on the appetizer menu. C’est bon! There are other Gallic influences here – many of the entrees have sauces whose bases include with butter, wine or spirits – and plenty of standard vegetarian, chicken, beef and pork dishes to make anyone happy.

Setting and Atmosphere

The most distinctive design elements of Royal Court are the gold-colored wood columns on the floor, which rise to attach to the ceiling through flared white glass, decorated with plant stems and shaped like flower petals. Along with these, white marble columns and carpet patterned to look like fancy rugs, give Royal Court a slightly more formal feel, even when it’s half full of children. Small, round lamps placed around the room are designed to look like Cinderella’s pumpkin coach, and some of the walls feature tile murals depicting scenes from Cinderella and other Disney princess films. Tables near the starboard wall sit under portholes which offer ocean views, although these are partially blocked by a privacy wall which runs along the inside perimeter of the restaurant.

House Specialties

Breakfast features the usual buffet staples: fruit, cereals, eggs, waffles, bacon, sausages and pastries. Lunch includes soups, salads, sandwiches and burgers, plus a couple of alternative offerings such as pasta or fish. Dinner appetizers include escargots and French onion soup; the wild boar tenderloin entrée is tasty. The Grand Marnier soufflé is probably the most popular dessert.

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