We were invited by Disney Cruise Line to come aboard the Disney Magic this week to experience the very first Marvel Day at Sea.
While we’re sharing a ton over on our Instagram Stories, we wanted to take some time to show you all of the Marvel-themed menu items that we’ve been able to try today. You can too if you take part in one of these special Marvel Day at Sea sailings!
First, here’s a look at the full printed menu, then we’ll move on to photos of each item.
Now, take a peek at these fantastic Marvel-themed kids’ menus!
Let’s start with the appetizers.
First up is Black Widow’s Sliced Smoked Salmon on Pumpernickel on Cream Cheese with Dill, Shallots, Capers, and Caviar.
We also sampled Black Widow’s Cream of Porcini Mushroom Soup with Sour Cream and Beetroot.
Black Panther’s Katchumbari Salad had a Romaine Wedge served on a bed of Diced Tomatoes, Cucumber, and Red Onions with Lemon-Cilantro Mayonnaise.
Next up was Black Panther’s Wakandan Piri Piri; Cilantro, Ginger, and Chili-Marinated Chicken with Papaya Coconut Salsa.
Iron Man’s Californian Cherry and Walnut Salad is served with Goat Cheese, Baby Gem Lettuce, curly Endive, and a Raspberry Dressing.
Next was Iron Man’s Chilled Californian Avocado Soup with Coconut and Mint.
Captain America’s Crispy Fried Maryland Crab Cake with Remoulade Sauce and Slaw.
The final appetizer was Captain America’s Farmhouse Appetizer with Iowan Ham, Oregon Aged Cheddar, Celery, Sweet Pickle, and Berries.
Now, for the entrées.
Our first entrée was Thor’s Roasted Cod Filet with Panchetta, Pea Purée, White Asparagus, and a Reisling Wine, Chervil, and Chive Sauce.
Hawkeye’s Baked Buttermilk Corn-Fed Chicken on Sweet Potato, Bell Pepper, and Spinach Hash served with a Red Wine Thyme Chicken Jus.
Next up was Hawkeye’s Roasted Pork Tenderloin “Huntsman” with Fondant Potato, Buttered Collard Greens, and a Forest Mushroom, Cognac Sour Cream Ragu.
This was the Incredible Hulk’s Grilled Delmonico Rib Eye Steak with Black Truffle Butter, creamed and whipped Yukon Gold Potatoes mixed with Roasted Sween Corn, served with Green Asparagus, Roasted Tomato, and a Cabernet Reduction.
Also in the Incredible Hulk’s group was Dr. Banners Greens and Lobster Salad with Poached, Sliced Warm Water Lobster Tail, on Boston Bibb Lettuce, curly Endive, Avacado, Green Jalepeño, Green Bell Peppers, Spinach, Green Onions, and Green Tortilla Chips tossed in a Green Cilantro Dressing.
Scarlet Witch had Gingered Soba Noodles with Portabello Mushrooms, Baby Bok Choy, Roasted Garlic, Bell Peppers, and a Miso Broth.
Ricotta Gnocchi with Roasted Tomatoes, Spinach, Kale, and an Arugula Pesto.
Lastly, the desserts!
First up was the Collector’s Warm Apple Crisp served with Vanilla Ice Cream and a Sugar Shard.
Next was the Bounty Hunter – a Pastry Treasure Chest filled with Raspberry and Custard, hidden under fresh Raspberries, and topped with a Key Lime Dome.
Ravager’s Devil’s Food Cake has multiple layers of Chocolate Cake filled with Chocolate Chantilly Crème.
The Awesome Mixed Sundae has Rocket Road Ice Cream, Red Velvet Meteors, and Molten Chocolate Sauce.
The Signature Dessert of Marvel Day at Sea was “Southern Nights” – a Vanilla Cheesecake on a Pecan Nut Custard Base with Salted Caramel Sauce.
There was even a “No Sugar Added” dessert available – the Flora Colossus Sapling which was an Olive Oil and Pistachio Brownie with Chocolate Soil and Strawberry Crème.
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