The Most Expensive Restaurant at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

The current changes in offerings at Disney World, due to COVID-19, has stalled the four Dining Plans that guests can typically add to their vacation packages. Each meal will now have to be paid out of pocket. Which means weighing your options of which restaurant to dine at during your visit may go beyond preferences

Today we’re investigating which restaurant at Disney’s Magic Kingdom is the most expensive to dine at. To figure this out, we compared the restaurants by compiling a meal including entree, dessert, and alcoholic beverage. The items that were chosen were the cheapest options available on the menu. We also chose from the dinner menu, if a lunch or dinner menu was offered. Tusker House was not compared because it is currently closed. Here’s what we found, the most expensive restaurant to dine at during a visit to Disney’s Magic Kingdom is:

Cinderella’s Royal Table

This restaurant is one of the signature restaurants found at Disney’s Magic Kingdom and is located inside Cinderella’s Castle. It’s a pay ahead meal, guests must pay upon making their reservation. The meal includes an appetizer, entree and dessert. The drinks are additional. The cost of the dinner meal here is $75 per adult. This does include gratuity. But even when you factor in a $10 tip, the meal cost is far more expensive than the others found at the Magic Kingdom. If you end up getting yourself a drink, the least expensive is around $10, your total with tax is going to come close to $90. For one person. It is a one of a kind experience, dining inside the castle at the Magic Kingdom. In my opinion it is well worth the high cost. Not only is the venue magical, the food is also delicious and of a high caliber. If you’re going to choose one very expensive meal during your vacation, this should be it. For a full review of the restaurant click here.

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