If there is one thing that is certain, it is that you won’t go hungry on a Disney Cruise Line cruise. There is literally food all around you, available 24 hours a day. In this post, I will touch on a few of the different options you have on your cruise just to give you an idea!
First of all, there is a buffet that is open for breakfast and lunch, and also is the location for a casual dinner option. The embarkation lunch buffet is my husbands favorite. A great way to start off the trip!
Ice cream from the buffet. Yes please!
Each day there is also a “sit down” dining location in one of the main dining rooms to get a little bit nicer, slower paced meal for breakfast and lunch (reservations not accepted, just show up.)
Of course, you will be assigned a main dining room for dinner each night. On thing to remember is that you can order more than one thing. My husband regularly orders 2 appetizers and entrees, and I have been known to order multiple desserts.
Another option is the adults only location, Palo (and Remy on certain ships). You must be 18 to dine here, and it is by reservation only, and I highly recommend you not skipping this! They have brunch and dinner, and we always try to do both.
On the pool deck, there are options for burgers, pizza, and sandwiches as well as soft drinks.
Don’t forget about the pirate buffet on pirate night, save some room!
On Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island, there is a BBQ lunch for you to enjoy while exploring the island. There is even a special location just for adults near the adult beach. There are burgers, hot dogs, fruit, and even soft serve ice cream.
Not to be left out, there is also room service offered if you want to relax and eat your food in your room. There are also specialty coffees offered in the Cove café in the adults only area, as well as other locations on the ship to grab a snack.
As you can see, there are so many dining options on a Disney cruise. I can promise that you won’t go hungry while on your vacation.