Restaurant Review: 1900 Park Fare
This buffet style restaurant is located on the main floor of the Grand Floridian Resort. Both breakfast seating and supper seating have character appearances. Breakfast features Mary Poppins, Alice in Wonderland, The Mad Hatter, Tigger and Winnie the Pooh. Breakfast has all-you-can-enjoy food with your expected bacon, eggs, cereals, and so on. Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine (Step Mother), Anastasia and Drisella (Stepsisters) make the rounds during the supper buffet. There are lots of different offerings at this buffet. With carved meats and soups and of course, kids buffet options (chicken nuggets, mac and cheese, fries, etc). If your child loves any of the above characters this is a great opportunity to meet them, get signatures and pictures. If these aren’t your favourite characters then I would skip it. The food is nothing to write home about and the restaurant isn’t all that impressive. There are much better buffet options on the Walt Disney World property (such as Crystal Palace) and the food offerings are much better around the corner at the Grand Floridian Cafe. If you are looking for a character meal that doesn’t feature Mickey and the gang and you don’t want to pay park admission than this is a good option. To summarize, great characters and okay food. Not a must in my opinion.
Dinning plan: 1 meal credit.
How To Get There ?
Take transportation to the Magic Kingdom. Hop onto the monorail. Be sure to take the resort monorail, which stops at the Contemporary, Ticket and Transportation Centre, Polynesian and then the Grand Floridian. Or take the boat. The boat launch is to the left of the monorail. This boat goes to the Grand Floridian and the Polynesian. It stops at the Grand Floridian first. When getting off the boat you can consult the captain or turn right upon arrival and follow the path to the largest building.