When the Disney Dream cruise ship launches next January, it will offer adults who are sick of Micky Mouse-shaped chicken fingers and the High School Musical soundtrack a bit of class and comfort with its new restaurant, Remy (the name, of course, inspired by the main character in the film Ratatouille). The restaurant, whose menu was co-created by Arnaud Lallement from the two-Michelin star l'Assiette Champenoise outside of Reim, France, features your typical turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau French bistro accents, plus a little something extra: "The adorable Remy character appears in artful ways throughout the restaurant's design for a touch of Disney magic." Rats in the decor!
And for guests looking for a bit more "Disney magic," there are upgrade options, including the "Chef's Table", a private room that seats 16 and "features elegant, Ratatouille-inspired décor that includes bold red chairs and drapes, shimmering chandeliers and inviting scenes of Paris on the walls," and the "Wine Room" in which guests "can choose to dine in a luxurious glass-walled room with marble flooring amid more than 900 bottles of wine." Reservations for Remy book up to 120 days in advance, please contact your travel agent accordingly!
· Remy [Official Site]
· Disney Cruise Line: Remy Will Offer Fine Dining Next Year on Disney Dream [The Daily Disney]