Cinderella's Royal Table

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If you have Princesses in your family, this has to be one of the most magical dining experiences we have been to.

Having now tried a few of the character meals, this for our family was the best, as our girls love the princesses.  However, have to say that all the meals have been a hit each time so well worth doing – see my other reviews of Animal Kingdom’s breakfast and Crystal Palace Dinner.

This definitely has to be booked in advance as it is so popular; there is another Princess Storybook breakfast now over in Epcot as the demand is so great.  You can book priority seating 90 days in advance.  You can ring however to see if there are any cancellations each day – start ringing at 7am! And again at 8am in case anyone has since called to cancel.

The food, ambiance, and characters were just unbelievable and our girl’s faces simply lit up. You are seated and you are overlooking Fantasyland and suddenly Cinderella comes along to say hello!

Characters can change but it is usually Cinderella, Snow White, Princess Aurora, Belle, and Mary Poppins, sometimes you may meet Jasmine. Fairy Godmother very often greets guests at the entrance.  Prince Charming sometimes pops in and it is not unusual for him to dance with a few ladies!  Never be afraid to “take charge” of a character – they will interact well with you if you make that little extra effort.  Cinderella sat with our 5year old and coloured in some books we had taken with us (as if they needed any further entertaining!)

Don’t forget your camera’s, the princesses will pose with as many of your party as you want and also have the autograph books open – if you give them your name they will write it in and Snow White kept calling my daughter by her name then and she thought that was fantastic!

The food is pre-plated (i.e. not buffet style) and is delicious, typical menu items are Fresh Fruit, Breakfast Breads, Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, French toast, Potato Casserole.  To see all the characters takes about an hour – and if you do find a princess misses your table by accident, let one of the Cast Members know, they will find them and bring them to your table.  Disney is always so eager to please and nothing ever seems too much trouble.

The breakfast runs from 8am-10.30am, prices $10 for children and $20 for adults.

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