Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella’s Royal Table Reinstates Breakfast Service

cinderellas royal tableIt’s a feast fit for a king…or queen when guests dine at Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella’s Royal Table. Starting August 27, Magic Kingdom guests can start their day in a very royal way as breakfast service will finally be brought back to the opulent dining room.

Lunch and dinner service has been available at Cinderella’s Royal Table since it reopened last September, post-pandemic park shut down. However, it has been almost a year since breakfast has been offered at the restaurant after its grand reopening.

The storybook setting will please the most avid Cinderella fan. Stepping into the majestic Grand Hall of Cinderella’s castle, diners will then ascend a spiral staircase (or gilded elevator) to the regal banquet hall above to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime royal dining experience.

Surrounded by stone archways, medieval flags, royal furnishings, and spectacular stained-glass windows, diners will be able to see out across Fantasyland.

What better way to start a truly magical day?

For those who have been missing Cinderella’s royal chef and staff serving up flaky pastries, avocado toast, caramel apple-stuffed French toast, or beef tenderloin and eggs, the wait is almost over with reservations becoming available as of Tuesday, August 24th.

Cinderellas-Royal-Table-French-Toast-Cross-sectionThose who’d prefer to enjoy their lunch or dinner in the world’s most famous castle will still have this option and yes, mind-blowing dessert The Clock Strikes Twelve— a dark chocolate mousse with a dark chocolate ganache served with a raspberry coulis, is still available.

Before booking, however, Disney would like to remind guests that the area around Cinderella Castle will be roped off shortly before the nighttime spectacular. Those wishing to see the show or explore the park will need to depart the castle at least 20 minutes before showtime.

Walt Disney World to Bring Back Fireworks in July?Another thing to keep in mind is that a confirmed dining reservation for the total number of guests—regardless of age, plus a park reservation and valid admission for the same park on that same date for each guest ages 3 and up is required. Dining reservations do not guarantee access to a park, and Park Hopper availability may change daily. Disney highly recommends guests book in-park dining at the park where they have a Disney Park Pass reservation.

Lastly, Character Dining is currently not available at Cinderella’s Royal Castle but Cinderella has been making socially distanced appearances.

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Nicola Barton

Nicola's dream was to visit all 7 continents and did so by her 40th birthday. However she knows there are still hundreds of places to explore and is packing her suitcase as we speak!

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