Ashley R. (NDW#43) (19 Posts)

Ashley is DDL's resident food expert and is a passionate foodie who enjoys cooking, fine dining, traveling and all things Disney. From a young age she has been in love with the magic of what Disney represents. She is the chief editor of her website where she shares Disney information,vacation tips, videos and Disney recipes. She also currently is a columnist for To contact Ashley you can find her on Twitter @acupofdisney

Cinderella’s Royal Table is located inside the castle in the Magic Kingdom and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. On our visit we had breakfast which was served pre-plated all you care to eat eggs, French toast, bacon, sausage and potatoes. You can also have yogurt with granola and an assortment of pastries. You have a choice of juice, milk, tea or coffee.

The breakfast was just OK. It was just simple food that you would have if you went to a breakfast at a regular resort. I would have preferred a Denny’s Grand Slam over this breakfast. It is $44.80 for adults and $29.86 for children ages 3-9. Prices are subject to change depending on which season you are dining in. This price includes tax and gratuity. If you are on the dining plan it is considered signature dining and will require two table service credits. You are really paying for the atmosphere of the restaurant to be eating in the castle among the beautiful princesses.

Upon entering the dining room there is a royal welcome in the main hall with Cinderella where you have an opportunity to meet her and get your picture taken by a professional photographer. The photo packet is included in the price of your meal which is a nice bonus.

You are then called in by your name and led up a big staircase to the main dining room. It was beautifully decorated with medieval flags and coat of arms that were so realistic. We got a kick out of being able to be inside the castle! We were seated by the windows to the far left with a wonderful view overlooking Fantasyland. We were visited by Jasmine, Snow White, Aurora and Belle. It was an amazing experience to be able to take pictures with the princesses and have them make small conversations with you without having to wait in a long line.

Cinderella’s Royal Table is one of the most sought after dining reservations in Disney World so be sure make yours 180 days in advance. Reservations taking place between January 11-June 30, 2011 will not have a view of Fantasyland due to a refurbishment of the castle.

Contributed by: Ashley R. (NDW#43). Ashley is our resident Disney food expert and creator of A Cup of Disney.


  1. I too wasn’t impressed with the food served at breakfast – have you had any experience in the other meals served here?

  2. We had dinner there once as well and my husband and I were not impressed. For what they charge you would expect a gourmet meal and it wasn’t.

  3. We have only eatten here 2 times and they were both for dinner. Our 1st time we ate there was our very 1st visit to WDW and since we had 2 girls we could not pass it up. Also considering my hubby & I loved the Primed rib.

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