Reviews of Enchanted Garden



Inspired by the picturesque gardens of Versailles in France, Enchanted Garden delivers the theming, detail, and magic that you come to expect from Disney restaurants. Located on deck two, just below the ship’s atrium, the dining room is open for buffet breakfast and lunch in addition to being a part of the dining rotation for dinner.

Reviews:

5

Average Rating:

9.00

Would Recommend:

100%

Reviewer: Anonymous Review Date: 09/26/2018

Rating: (9) Would Recommend:

had dinner and breakfast..both exceptional

Pros:

great food selection and service

Cons:

none
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Reviewer: mamandragon Review Date: 11/01/2017

Rating: (10) Would Recommend:

I think that this was our favourite restaurant on our cruise Oct 13 to 16 2017. This dining room is just stunning, beautiful and gorgeous. The food was tasty and again, the servers were terrific.

Pros:

Gorgeous, Stunning

Cons:

None
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Reviewer: darth princess Review Date: 11/23/2014

Rating: (10) Would Recommend:

Ate here 3 times on 11/15/2014 cruise. First night I had asparagus soup and then Sea bass, both absolutely fabulous. Sea bass was my favorite meal of the cruise. Husband had the lobster ravioli and then prime rib. Loved both, especially the ravioli. 2nd night was pirate party, I had crab cake and then Dijon crusted sirloin, husband had pot stickers and then bbq short ribs. We loved it all, it was fun to have a different menu to choose from. 3rd night was farewell dinner; I had lobster bisque which was horrible. It tasted and smelled like old fish. I sent it back and got a house salad and then we both had the beef wellington. Delicious and something I had always wanted to try. My second favorite dish of the cruise.

Pros:

Fantastic food and beautiful theme

Cons:

Tables too close together, hard to walk around
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Reviewer: fluffy30 Review Date: 09/08/2013

Rating: (8) Would Recommend:

We ate here the last night of our cruise and also had breakfast here on our last morning. The restaurant is beautiful but I found the tables just too close together. The food was very good. I had pork tenderloin, son had chicken and husband had beef and it was all very tasty. The breakfast served on the last morning was sit down and simple traditional fare but quite good as well.

Pros:

Food and theming

Cons:

Tables too close
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Reviewer: mickeymom5 Review Date: 04/07/2013

Rating: (8) Would Recommend:

The food was good. The tables felt very crowded. Of the three restaurants on the Dream, this was my least favorite...which was disappointing because I love France and it is supposedly inspired by the gardens of Versailles. It just didn't have the same "wow" factor as the Royal Palace restaurant.

Pros:

food

Cons:

tables seemed crowded
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