Thanks to our friend Mackenzie Black we’ve got a very special Disney Cruise Line post for you today. You know, the one where we show you the multi course vegan options at Remy on the Disney Dream!
Vegan Dinner Options at Remy on the Disney Dream Cruise Ship
Remy, named after the lead character in Disney’s Ratatouille, is touted as the most lavish supplemental dining experience on both the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy.
As a supplemental dining experience there is an up charge of $125 per person (plus tax and gratuity) to dine here. A strict dress code is enforced and reservations are required.
A French-inspired menu of seasonal ingredients ensures dining at Remy is always an experience to remember.
Dinner selections are specially crafted by Chef Scott Hunnel, from the award-winning Victoria & Albert’s at Walt Disney World Resort and advising Chef Arnaud Lallement—a 3-Michelin-starred chef who helms the celebrated l’Assiette Champenoise restaurant just outside Reims, France.
Once dinner is booked and you are on board the ship, you are invited to meet with a sommelier in Remy’s wine room to preselect your wines for the evening. Please note, wine pairings are an extra charge.
Remy Vegan Dinner Service
Dinner begins with a complimentary “Collette,” a chilled Champagne cocktail prepared at your table.
Because the menu at Remy changes with the seasons it’s likely that some of the courses you are served might vary from the dishes in this post. These offerings are from a January 2020 sailing.
The first offering of the night was an amuse bouche of Tomato Soup Bites.
Next to grace the table was a Ratatouille. We are at Remy so this is an obvious choice.
The Bread Service comes with not one, not two, but three vegan butter selections…plain, umami with seaweed and sun dried tomato.
Next, an Asparagus appetizer with a delicate vinaigrette and edible flowers.
The asparagus appetizer is followed up with a Potato Gnocchi topped with a black sesame crunch and micro greens.
This is followed by a Tofu Steak in a red pepper coulis over leeks.
The final savory course is a gorgeous Vegetable Platter which looks like something that would be served at the Epcot International Festival of the Arts!
But we aren’t finished yet! Who’s ready for sweets?
This is the Dessert course. It’s a cinnamon sugar phyllo dough layered with a peanut and apple compote along with dried apples and apple foam.
And finally Citrus Fruit Leather dusted in sanding sugar.
The only course that can not be modified vegan is the cheese trolly course that is normally served between dinner and dessert.
Dining at Remy is like being transported to an authentic fine-dining restaurant in the City of Lights. Reminiscent of the well-appointed dining rooms of Paris, the restaurant is softly lit and designed in a timeless art nouveau style featuring soft greens, rich reds and gold tones. Graceful lines adorn the chairs, glass carvings and wall etchings, as sweeping floral and leaf designs embellish the carpet and lighting.
Adding to the sophisticated ambience, tables are set with Frette linens, Riedel glassware, Christofle silverware and china created exclusively for the restaurant. For an added touch of Disney magic, Remy—the character from the hit Disney·Pixar film Ratatouille—appears in artful ways throughout the restaurant’s design.
For the vegan brunch options at Remy check out this post: Disney Cruise Line Remy Champagne Brunch Vegan Menu Options