Date of Visit: December 7, 2015
The Enchanted Garden was our restaurant for the first night. Walking to our table I was envying the circular booths they have saying too bad we never can have a booth with the wheelchair, but turns out they do have some half booths and we did get one of those tables. Not as cool, but I do love booths.
Mik enjoyed the North Atlantic Lobster Ravioli for the appetizer.
For the soup he choose the Cream of Green Asparagus, which he didn’t particularly like, but he did like it better than the tomato soup, which he remembered not liking last time.
Mik loved the Slow Roasted Prime Rib entree.
The dessert Mik selected was the Apple Cinnamon Crunch Sundae, which is one of his favorite sundaes.
I don't know if the Dream really is different than the Fantasy or if we just weren't paying attention or it was our location,
but the Enchanted Garden didn't seem to have the flowers open up or the sky ceiling
change as you went through dinner like I remember on the Fantasy. The Animator's Palette also didn't have you draw yourself to be animated, which I was thankful to not have to do, but it did make it seem like the restaurants weren't as much of an experience beyond the different menus.