Family dining
  • On Apr 14, 2023
    Susan from UT Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We're cruising on the Wish at the end of April 23. What are our breakfast food options and where do we get them?

    Welcome aboard Susan, we're happy that you've come to planDisney for a bit of nautical knowledge ahead of your upcoming Disney Cruise Line adventure!

    I recently cruised on the Disney Wish and I can attest to the treasure trove of fantastic food options that will be available to you on board. If you're anything like me, there's really nothing like starting off with a great breakfast before embarking on your daily adventures and I took it upon myself to have a good look at what was available to us this past month for some morning meals. While onboard service times and offerings may always be subject to change without prior notice, here's what we experienced on the Disney Wish:

    • The earliest options that I found available were at Marceline Market on Deck 11 Aft, with some standout offerings like Eggs Benedict and Egg Fried Rice available alongside your usual breakfast buffet fare. In our experience, going right at 7:00 a.m. saw only a few continental breakfast-style options with fruit and cereal open earlier with the warmer food options gradually become available afterward.
    • For a complimentary plated table service meal, we were able to select from a menu that included customizable omelets at 1923, one of the Main Dining Restaurants located just off the Grand Hall on Deck 3. This was open an hour after Marceline Market and had a limited service time for Breakfast, and on Debarkation day we were able to have our breakfast at the same restaurant that we had dinner on the previous, final evening of our cruise.
    • There are also bookable Brunch options with perhaps more sumptuous fare over at Enchanté and Palo Steakhouse, which may only be available on certain days of your voyage.
    As a seasoned sailor, I'm happy to give you a bit of a helpful tip when navigating onboard buffets: most folks tend to gravitate toward one side and leave the other side with often identical stations and options mostly empty. In this case, we consistently found that as fellow seafarers travelled toward the Aft of Deck 11, they would mostly end up along the Port Side which resulted in lines at some stations and more competition for seating. On the other hand, the Starboard Side was relatively less busy with emptier seating areas rewarding those who chose to explore a little further - I have a feeling that you'll experience something similar on your cruise! (But whether it's dining or seeing a show at the Walt Disney Theatre, I always recommend avoiding the crowds and heading left first whenever possible and it often works wonders.)

    Please don't hesitate to come back to planDisney to ask me any more questions, especially when it comes to the fantastic things to feast on while you're on board! Our Disney Cruise Line specialists Tracie and Adrianna also have a wealth of knowledge they're happy to share, so be sure to connect with them!

    Here's to happy adventures and bountiful breakfasts on board!
thumbnail image for Prince

Meet the Panelist: Prince, Ontario

Hello, Bonjour, Aloha and Ahoy there! As a performer and world explorer who's been to all of the Disney theme parks around the globe, I'm always happy to provide my best adventuring advice and knowledge to navigate your way to all of the greatest snacks, attractions and entertainment on land and at sea. Find me featured on the planDisney Podcast and on the Disney Parks Blog, discussing Disney Eats at festivals and beyond, holiday events at Walt Disney World Resort and planning my Disney Fairy Tale Wedding! Learn More About Prince

Related Video

  • thumbnail image for Aboard the Disney Wish | planDisney Podcast - Episode 6

Didn't find what you were looking for? Click the Ask a Question button to open the Ask a Question dialogue box. If you are not logged in a dialogue box will appear to signin in order to ask a question.

To submit your question, please sign in now if you have not already done so.

Ask a QuestionOpens the Ask a Question dialog box.

Update Browser

For a better experience browsing this website, please download an updated version of Internet Explorer.

Or you can continue browsing without updating.