Enchanted Garden

Day two. Enchanted Garden dinner tonight. Great place. Very small but gorgeous place. You always feel like you are seated too close to the other tables around you.

Nice touch with the fountain there. Love the theming at the restaurants. Bread basket as usual with Chickpea-garlic purée

A refreshing unsweetened iced tea

Love the menu design. They truly pay attention to every detail.

Appetizer time. I got the Tropical Fruit Cup which is from the kids menu.

Also got the Ahi Tuna and Avocado tower with crispy noodles and Wasabi dressing

And of course the cucumber roll filled with Julienne of carrots, bell peppers and zucchini, flavored with cilantro and dressed with white Shoyu and lemon dressing. Again, the presentation is amazing.

The Romaine Wedge, fresh crisp Romaine topped with a creamy Romano dressing and homemade spiced croutons

Spinach and Raspberry salad. Tender spinach tossed with fresh raspberries, toasted pine nuts, and crumbled gorgonzola and a raspberry vinaigrette.

For entree number one. The Pan Seared Sea Bass with fava beans and pea risotto and a sweet chili glaze.

Entree number two. Slow roasted prime rib. Thyme roasted vegetables, double baked potato topped with horseradish, and natural jus.

This has made my day. A family here with me has offered their food so I can take pics. Awesome. They have the roasted pork tenderloin seasoned with smoked salt. Citrus flavored polenta cakes and oven roasted carrots, parsnips, and caramelized Granny Smith apples.

Good old fashioned Chicken Tenders with French fries and vegetables. Thanks to the Jones family.

Thank you so much to the Jones family for offering your food so I could take pics. You all are awesome. We ended with the evening with dessert.

Sweet temptations. A trio of passion fruit tart, strawberry cheesecake, and Sacher torte

Bananas Foster Sundae. Rum glazed bananas, vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, and caramel sauce. Wow. Just look at it. The pictures says it all.

Sugar free strawberry cheesecake with whipped cream and fruit coulis. Courtesy of the Jones family.

From the kids menu the strawberry short cake. Thanks to the Jones family.

Location:Disney Dream


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