Dessert Experience on Disney Dream

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The “Remy Dessert Experience” on the Disney Dream is as sweet as it seems. A single of our favorite matters to do possibly at a Disney vacation resort or on a cruise is eat. Nonetheless, most of the time, we simply cannot justify having to pay for buffets or expensive foods on a cruise simply because we only can not try to eat more than enough to justify the value. For instance, if we tried a Remy or Palo Brunch on a cruise, we’d be complete soon after the very first course of pastries! But we assumed we could tackle the “Remy Dessert Experience” on the Aspiration. It wasn’t as expensive as the meal or brunch, and if we skipped a major lunch, we should be equipped to love the 5 desserts explained in the reservation.

So with Deni and Jackie and their choice for sweets in our minds, we booked the reservation through the Dis Unplugged podcast cruise in Might 2022, and appeared ahead to an hour of desserts in the course of our working day at sea.

When and In which is the Remy Dessert Working experience?

The dessert practical experience was scheduled for 3:15 pm, so we were a little apprehensive we’d be way too total for dinner afterward, but assumed we could just have a salad or one thing if we had been rolling out of the restaurant.

At 3:00 we headed to Remy, and after owning to ask for instructions a few of situations, we arrived, dressed properly, since though it wasn’t meal, the gown code was even now in effect.

We had a amazing table by the home windows, and the servers pointed out the concealed Remy’s all around the restaurant. We then identified out there have been likely to be 6 desserts in its place of five… trepidation begun, but we assumed “with just one extra, we must be OK”.

Menu for the Remy Dessert Knowledge

What is the Remy Dessert Practical experience?

The dessert encounter at Remy’s is explained as follows:

  • Take care of your style buds to a delectable 5-training course dessert menu served with coffee. This adults-only event functions an in-depth dialogue with Remy’s Govt Chef and Pastry Chef, who will get turns explaining the historical past and evolution of just about every sweet collection.
  • $60 cost per man or woman $25 added cost for every particular person when including the wine pairing

Soon after we were being seated, and anticipating the 1st dessert, the servers defined the process whereby the chef would come out as each and every dessert was served, and describe how it was designed, and the historical past of the dish. They jokingly mentioned the chef reminded them of Gasteau from the film Ratatouille, and they have been ideal! He came out and we saved imagining him talking to Remy in the movie.

Pastry Chef on the Aspiration

They also spelled out why it is referred to as the “Pompidou” dessert experience… the pastry chef in the movie Ratatouille was named Pompidou! So nevertheless yet another entertaining reference we would not have recognized about.

The Dessert Expertise Starts!

Macaron Framboise

Our 1st dessert was the “Macaron Framboise”, a raspberry-flavored macaron about the measurement of a hockey puck (but of training course far more delicious). Neither of us typically likes berry-flavored dishes, but this was mouth watering! A truly fantastic start. When a dish can make you assume “maybe I DO like berry-flavored desserts” you know it’s fantastic.

Religieuse Caramel

Up coming up on the menu was the “Religieuse Caramel”. This was a form of pate a choux with some nuts, that we originally attempted to try to eat with forks, but finished up just popping in our mouths. We appreciate taking in factors at eating places that we just cannot make at residence, and this was incredible!

Mille-Fueille Vanille

The third merchandise was the “Mille-Fueille Vanille”, and below was where we differed in our viewpoints for the to start with time, and also started to believe “we might be in issues for finishing”. It reminded Tracy of a baklava, with its flaky levels and almond taste, and because she was currently starting up to feel whole following only 3 desserts, and does not treatment for baklava, she didn’t try to eat it all. Julia on the other hand wasn’t possessing any issues and beloved it, so scarfed it down. Tracy was contemplating “will I get by way of all 6?” Julia wasn’t worried at all.


The “Tarte-Tatin” arrived in at amount 4. This was an apple tart style that we each favored.

Variety of Desserts

What we had been seriously making the most of about the practical experience was that all the dishes were very distinctive, and each individual experienced their very own tale. You did not get drained of one taste due to the fact it wasn’t recurring at all.


Amount five on the list was the “Citron” and this was one particular that actually blew us both of those absent. It was flavored, and seemed exactly like a lemon, which commonly we never care as much for, but it was awesome. The chef warned us “don’t try to eat the leaves!” (due to the fact they had been faux), but the bites of “lemon” with the various textures genuinely took the cake so to talk. All people in the restaurant gave minor “oohs” with delight as they cracked their “lemon” open up. How did they build it? There was a whole lot of detail, but what we remembered most was that it took 3 times to make!

The “Chocolat Chateau de la Muire” finished the menu, and while we nervous that it would be a prosperous chocolate dessert to place us more than the top… it ended up getting extremely gentle and flaky, and a great ending to the working experience.

Which did we like best? It was Seriously really hard to make a decision considering the fact that they had been all very superior. Tracy appreciated the macaron, the lemon, and the chocolate at the finish (specifically because it was not much too hefty to finish with). Julia liked the Pate a Choux, and the mille-fueille vanilla. There was no distinct-cut winner.

Was it Worth It?

Would we do this all over again? Unquestionably. It was surely really worth the $60/for each individual. And it was enjoyable taking in factors we couldn’t make at household. These had been not your ordinary cupcakes or sundaes!

Aspect note: we had evening meal only an hour and a fifty percent soon after the experience… and even though Tracy opted just for a light-weight meal of escargot and soup… the waiters at evening meal persuaded us to “just check out the crème brule! It’s actually good!” So we caved and acquired one to split… and of program, following saying we’d just have a chunk each… polished it off simply. But that night time we unquestionably essential to roll again to our room, and couldn’t consume once again until the up coming early morning.

Have you ever done the dessert knowledge at Remy’s? Enable us know what you imagined.

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Julia & Tracy Reisinger

Julia and Tracy Reisinger appreciate to shell out their time at the Disney parks and on Disney cruises “wandering and grazing”