Cinderella’s Royal Table, located inside the Magic Kingdom, is one of Disney World’s coolest restaurants. Between the theming, and the fact that it’s located inside Cinderella’s castle, it’s not to be missed.
Before I get to breakfast at Cinderella’s Royal Table, I want to talk about one of the best perks Disney offers to onsite guests: Being able to check into your flight (luggage included) at most Disney World hotels. This is unbelievably convenient. I love arriving at MCO and heading straight to security, with my boarding pass in hand, and my luggage already checked.
Our flight doesn’t leave until evening, so we checked out of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, got our boarding passes, said adios to our luggage, and took the monorail to the Magic Kingdom for the day.
First stop, breakfast at Cinderella’s Royal Table. During our 2010 Disney World trip we ate here for dinner, so we were eager to try the breakfast this time around.
Going inside the castle is always fun. I highly recommend visitors dine here at least once. Truthfully, when it comes to princess breakfasts, we enjoy the one at Akershus more (the food is better and the portions are larger).
One of my favorite things about Disney World is their consistency with small, little details. Check out Cinderella’s mice roaming the castle!
Once in the dining room, we were seated at THE MOST PERFECT TABLE, which overlooked Fantasyland. DREAM.
One of the most exciting things about this breakfast is that you get to meet Princess Jasmine!
We would return here for the ambiance alone. And to test our luck in getting that amazing table again!
After breakfast, we went on a few rides. This is our third time at the Magic Kingdom this trip, so between all our other days here, we got to not only see everything, but go on our favorite rides multiple times. The park was really crowded today, as it was Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend. We mainly scoped out what had the shortest waits and just did that.
Once lunchtime rolled around, we ate at the quick service restaurant, Pinocchio Haus. It was really good, and if you’re lucky you can snag an awesome table overlooking the boarding area of It’s A Small World.
After lunch we went on a few more rides before heading to the airport.
Thank you to those who followed along! Finally, right? It only took me – what – five months to finish our trip report?