Disney World Dining - Cinderella's Royal Table


Being the entrance to Fantasyland, Cinderella's Royal Table is definitely the center of attention, standing at an amazing 180 feet tall. You will definitely feel like royalty while enjoying your meal here because this dining location also offers characters. Cinderella and friends meet and greet with you as you dine in this elegant atmosphere.






This American dining location offers breakfast and lunch as a character dining experience. Dinner is less of a character dining experience. You don't get to dine with Cinderella and her royal friends for dinner, you only see the Fairy God Mother and she's not available for meet greet. However, Cinderella is available for you to see in the foyer just as you walk into the castle.

The Once Upon a Time Breakfast provides you with scrambled eggs, sausage, bacon, Danish, fresh fruit, potato casserole and breakfast breads. You also have your choice of beverages like juice, coffee and milk. This breakfast will run you about $32.00 for ages 10 and up and $21.99 for ages 3-9. It might seem a bit steep, but you're dining with Cinderella...it's well worth it.



A Fairy Tale Lunch at Cinderella's Royal Table provides you with a family style salad and entrees such as pork tenderloin, salmon, pasta pomadore and blueberry cobbler for dessert. The prices do increase the later you dine, so lunch will run you around $33.99 for ages 10 and up and $22.99 for ages 3-9. The Dreams Come True Dinner provides you with appetizers like BLT salads, vegetable spring rolls and corn and crab soup. The main entrees consist of roasted prime rib, roast lamb chops, cheese tortellini, pork chops with bacon, pan seared salmon and much more. They also have desserts like raspberry sorbet, poached pear on angel food cake and chocolate cream cheese buckle. Dinner will run around $40 for ages 10 and up and $25.99 for ages 3-9.




Breakfast is served from 8:00am until 11:15am. Lunch is served from 12pm until 3pm and dinner is served from 4pm. Closing hours vary with the park hours.



Because Cinderella's Royal Table is an extremely popular dining location, reservations tend to book up quick. At the time of this writing, guests can book up to 90 days out and 90 days plus 10 additional days if you are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort. Be sure to reserve in advance as soon as your booking window opens, otherwise you may find yourself on the outside looking in.

By: Scarlet