Disney Magic, Deck 3 Midship
Disney puts escargot and French onion soup on the menu of each French-themed standard dining room in the cruise line. Besides these, however, most of the rest of the menu is decidedly not French, and would be equally at home at your neighborhood TGIFriday’s: grilled meats and chicken; a vegetarian tofu selection, and pasta. A couple of entrees, such as the lamb shank and roasted duck breast, stand out. The Grand Marnier soufflé is the most popular dessert, although the brioche-based bread pudding with toffee sauce is better.
Photo courtesy of Jessica.
Setting and Atmosphere
Despite the name, there are only a few references to Beauty and the Beast inside the restaurant. The most notable are the light fixtures, which contain a single red rose. There’s also a mural on the back wall, depicting characters from the movie. Besides these, most of Lumiere’s décor is Art Deco, which makes sense given the restaurant’s location just off the ship’s atrium.
Lobster macaroni and cheese; crispy duck breast.
|Food||American / French|
|When to go||Breakfast|
|Wine||A limited selection of red, white and sparkling wines; mixed drinks and spirits are also available.|
|Dress||Casual. No tank tops or swimwear at dinner.|
|Breakfast Hours||A la carte breakfast on select days from 8:00 to 9:30 AM.|
|Lunch Hours||A la carte lunch on select days from 11:45 AM to 1:30 PM|
|Dinner Hours||Sit-down dinner seatings nightly at 5:45 and 8:15 PM. Times may vary so check your Personal Navigator for specifics.|