We recently had the pleasure of having an amazing dinner at one of Disney Worlds most coveted restaurants- Cinderella’s Royal Table! This unique dining experience comes with several
Pro-Tip: Make sure starting 180 days in advance of your arrival date, you book your dining for the entire length of your Resort stay—up to 10 days.
We ran into a crazy Florida rainstorm on our way to the castle, which flattened my hair some, but it was ok! We actually had to wait out some of the worst of it over at the Rapunzel bathrooms before continuing on our way. We even had an umbrella, and it was still too much rain! Calf deep puddles of rain had formed in many spots, too. I was really worried we’d miss our ADR because of it. We did end up being a few minutes late, but they were running behind anyway, so we were OK. They usually give your party a 15 minute grace period, or so I have heard.
When you first arrive, you’ll check in at the podium, and then be taken into the waiting room, where you’ll have a meet and greet with Cinderella accompanied with a picture that will be loaded to your Memory Maker package. Make sure while you wait to look for Cinderella’s mice friends, Gus Gus & Jaq! Then you’ll wait for your name to be called by a cast member and an accompanying bell will ring, and then you will be whisked away to your seat!
We got really lucky, and were given a quaint table for two over by one of the beautiful stained-glass windows! That was truly special, as I’ve had breakfast here several times, and have never been seated anywhere near the window before. I was very excited! They brought us our menu’s, and they were so cute! I love the illustration and font they use here. Our waiter took our drink orders, two teas, and my husband ordered a bottle of Champagne for the table, which was a surprising treat.
We each ordered a different appetizer. Gary opted for the Castle Salad, and I opted to try out the charcuterie board. First, I would like to point out that while the portions look small, they are a perfect size. After all, this is a 3-course meal, and you have to pace yourself! Gary liked his salad, and we both thought the vinegarette was especially tasty. The charcuterie board we shared also hit the spot after running in the rain. I loved the sesame crackers, and while the cheese and meat was nothing like what they have over at the California Grill, it was an excellent starter app.
While I ordered the Beef Tenderloin Salad, and Gary ordered the Chef’s Fish of the Day, we forgot to take pics, so, I don’t have any pics of the presentation here for our dinner entrees, I did capture our delicious desserts!
Wow! These desserts were so amazing! Especially together. If you can order one of each, I highly recommend ending with the Gus & Jaq dessert, as it evens out the heavy ganache flavors of the Clock Strikes Twelve dessert.
Pro Tip: Cinderella’s Royal Table is Walt Disney World’s most unique dining restaurants. Whatever you are celebrating, should be celebrated here. Engagements, anniversaries, birthdays, and for all those just-because moments are welcomed here. Cinderellas Royal Table can also accommodate some special requests. Have you heard of the Glass Slipper Dessert? They can make you one for around $15 in white or dark chocolate!
We had a really wonderful, and magical dinner at Cinderella’s Royal Table. After enjoying many magical breakfasts here, I can happily say having dinner here, is my favorite time of day to enjoy Cinderella’s Royal Table. I love the ambiance the castle setting offers