Character Meet and Greet Dining at Disney Magic Kingdom Restaurant Review

Restaurant Review: Cinderella’s Royal Table

This restaurant is enchanting. We have been to this restaurant for breakfast twice and each time have been delighted with our meal, the setting and the characters. This restaurant has an up front charge, making it great for budgeting. You pay for it when you make your reservation, which for this restaurant needs to be 180 days prior to your stay. Pay for it on your credit card that day and then there’s a meal already paid for ahead of time. This restaurant is located in the castle and features princess character appearances. You enter into a waiting area where you will meet Cinderella. She will sign your autograph book and take a picture with you, which you will receive in its own souvenir paper frame.

You and your party will then be led up a winding staircase to the dining room. You will be seated and then the magic begins. You are given a menu which includes appetizers, entree and dessert. For breakfast there is breakfast appetizers, in the form of muffins and croissants, and an entree. Of course beverages are included. The princesses will go to each table to meet and greet your party. Each guest will receive a wand or a sword that will enable them to participate in making a wish upon a star. If you are a couple you will each receive one of these items. If you’re a family, the kids get these keepsakes.

It is truly a wonderful meal and unique experience. It is well worth the extra cost. If you haven’t done this yet, it is a must. No matter the age of your children.

The character appearances have changed in the last few years to include:

Snow White

Ariel (Breakfast Only)

-Aurora (Breakfast Only)

Princess Jasmine (Lunch and Supper Only)

If you are using the dining plan they do require you to pay up front. The day of your reservation they will refund your credit card once you have used your meal credit. It is a 2 meal credit.

Snag one of the reservations before 9am and you get to get into the park ahead of the crowds.


Breakfast 7:55am-10:15am

Lunch 11:30am-2:50pm

Dinner 4:00pm-10:20pm


Magic Kingdom

*Requires park entry.

Personal Touch:

This restaurant is consistently changing it’s menu which gives you a wonderful reason to keep returning. However, if you have your heart set on having the same meal you had three years ago it may not be available anymore so be sure to check the menu ahead time to avoid disappointment. My current favourite on their breakfast menu is the Caramel Apple-Stuffed French Toast. Delectable!