We were able to make a brunch reservation during our on-line check in at the same time we reserved port adventures and registered the boy for the kids club. The champagne brunch is available on "at sea" days. Our 7-night itinerary included two at sea days and we make our brunch reservation for the second at sea day.
The day prior to our brunch reservation, we received a reminder/invitation in our stateroom. It indicated the dress code for the occasion along with a reminder of the time.
|Course 1--Jamon Iberico with Taittinger Champagne|
The Berkshire Pork, Cannellini Beam course came next, and again, was delicious.
Our impressions--based on the fact that I had to take pictures of the dishes along with the menu indicates that the husband and I are not "foodies" and are as easily satisfied with less sophisticated offerings. Having said that, we did enjoy the brunch. The Cast Members were friendly and helpful. The meal itself was relaxing and we didn't feel rushed but we didn't feel like we waited either. And, while some of the food is not what we eat every day, we tried each course and enjoyed each bite! We were also okay with the group presentation at the beginning of the brunch. It was kind of fun to have and one couple who was there, we bumped into later in the day and we were referred to as their "Remy friends."
What we didn't appreciate was the "upsell" of the champagnes experience. Between the two of us, it would have been an additional $50 for six glasses of champagne and we are much too. . . too practical. And, even without the champagne we had a great time and enjoyed each other's company.
Would we do this again? Maybe. I'm not going to rule it out, but I'm also not putting dining at Remy into the "must do" category for our next Disney Cruise.
Oh, and were was the boy while we dined at Remy? He was at the Edge, the club for tweens ages 11-14.