Yes, the raspberries looked redder than any raspberries I'd seen before.
And sea bass (I also got the recipe for this dish...stay tuned). The sea bass was grilled to perfection then paired with risotto and a sweet chili glaze. This was my favorite entree of the entire crusie. And I'm so glad I know how to make it at home now!
And let's not forget the desserts. The waiter surprised us with a third dessert in addition to the two we ordered. Again, he knew we have an endless appetite for sweets (or at least I do, and Justin rolls with it). Here we had a caramel sundae, trio of strawberry cheesecake, lemon meringue tart, and caramel fudge brownie, plus dark cocoa truffles and sugary apricot bites.
Now on to Night #2 here!
Justin started with grilled shrimp.
While I got cucumber wrapped veggies.
Followed by grilled yellowfin tuna, soba noodles, shiitake mushrooms and bok choy in a soy glaze.
And Justin went for more shrimp with spiced beans and saffron rice (I had a hard time deciding between this and the tuna- it was a tough choice and both were delicious)! And it was followed by fresh sorbets that went unphotographed because we ate them too quickly.
Enchanted garden is my favorite Disney Cruise Line restaurant as far as ambiance goes. Like the gardens of Versailles floating over the ocean. OK, I admit you can't really compare the two... but I had to acknowledge the thought crossed my mind. Stay tuned for photos from breakfasts in the gardens, too!