Cabanas on the Disney Fantasy (and Dream) is the buffet restaurant located at the aft of the ship. Open at varying times for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (and closed temporarily between meals), it’s a great place to grab a quick, casual meal while on board.
The restaurant is massive, wrapping around the aft of the ship and hosting two full buffet lines that connect with a bar in the center.
We walked through on our way to brunch at Palo (review coming soon!) so I could take some pictures of the offerings. We did stop in for a light bite on the days we didn’t have brunch reservations. We primarily stuck to bacon (they serve the same thin stuff as you’ll typically find at WDW), hash browns, and English muffins with butter.
Surfin’ US Eggs offers sausage, eggs, fish, and accoutrements for said fish.
Bo’Suns Breakfast is where you’ll find muffins, pastries, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, and hash browns.
Longboard Pancakes has pancakes, French toast, and assorted toppings.
Totally Toasted has assorted breads and more hot items, such as potatoes, tomatoes, eggs, bacon, hash browns, and sausage.
At Lands’ End Breakfast of the World, you’ll find sliced deli meat, cheese, and a few veggies as well as additional hot items similar to those at Surfin’ US Eggs.
There’s also a station with oatmeal and Cream of Wheat along with brown sugar. Grits are available on request.
Dried fruit, cereal, milk and yogurt are also available.
Sliced and whole fruit along with more hot items and pastries are located as you move further into the center of the restaurant.
And for those who prefer to drink their breakfast, the bar offers coffee and breakfast cocktails for purchase.
For those who prefer a non-fussy breakfast, Cabanas is a great option and has something for everyone. Located near the pools, it can get a bit busy and loud (but even the table service restaurants offering breakfast can get that way too). On our mornings here, we were only there for a quick bite before heading off the ship or to the adults-only pool, so it was never too bothersome for the few minutes we were actually sitting. On past cruises, I’ve taken my plate to go and eaten over at the adult pool, so there are options for some serenity.
When on board the Disney cruise ships (and this also goes for WDW), do you prefer table service, room service, or buffet for breakfast?