I’m so glad that we decided to snag a table at Disney’s Bon Voyage Breakfast on our last trip! We actually opted for an 11:45 a.m. spot making it more like brunch than breakfast, so that we could optimize the cost & the more sizeable portions that we knew would satisfy us for several hours later until we had our late dinner.
At this highly energetic character Breakfast you will meet Flynn (Eugene) Ryder, Rapunzel, Prince Eric & The Little Mermaid herself, Ariel! This would be my second trip here and I was so happy that I was bringing my husband along for the fun this time. I was equally excited to eat here a second time because it was so good the last time I came with my daughter Natalie in 2018. The characters here are so amazingly on point. They are so into character here, and the wait staff all joins in so well, that you really lose yourself in the immersive experience. Rapunzel banters with Flynn, Flynn banters with Eric, and they talk about all the fun adventures they have together. It’s a perfectly magical way to start your Disney Day!
When you arrive, you’ll check-in at the Hostess stand. When ready, they were vocally calling out table names the morning we were there. While waiting, you can explore the connecting “
Once seated, you’ll be greeted by your wait staff, who will take your drink order and bring Rapunzel’s frying pan filled with pastry treats. This is my favorite part (obvious reasons, haha)!
Now, let’s talk about food! The food here has been perfectly executed both times I’ve had the pleasure of being a guest. I am a creature of habit when I find a dish I like, and I did order the same plate this go around as last time, The Royale Breakfast. Only because I had been dreaming of that perfectly cooked Oak Grilled Steak! It was melt-in-your-mouth delish last time, and it did not disappoint this time, either. The cheesy-egg torte & breakfast potatoes were the perfect accompaniment to the steak, and while they tasted great, it was too much food to finish in one sitting. Gary and I could have definitely shared this meal.
Oak-grilled Steak, Cheesy-Egg Torte, and Fonduta with Breakfast Potatoes and crispy Onions. The cheesy egg torte was so good. The best eggs ever! The steak was perfect. I can’t recommend this dish enough.
King Triton’s Shipwreck al Forno
Calzone with Scrambled Eggs, Bell Peppers, Salami, Bacon, Sausage, Blend of Cheeses, and Sunday Gravy
Gary ordered the King Triton’s Shipwreck al Forno. This dish arrived tableside, with a Trident stuck right in the top! We were told King Triton’s, er… Trident had to be
We had a table for two and felt cozy enough, there in what was basically a busy aisle. We can be table snobs but found that we actually didn’t mind the energy of the location we were sat at, even when a conga line of kids and parents went dancing by our table singing “Under the Sea” in their most loud & festive morning voices! It was so much fun, we found ourselves shimmy-ing (Why no shimmy, Jimmy?) in our seats, & singing and clapping along.
My husband, Gary, is hardly a character meal guy, but he plays along. He told me this was his favorite character meal experience out of (probably) more than 10 we’ve tried before. 1900 Park Fare is a close second for him (Mine’s Tusker House Breakfast). I knew he would enjoy this, and I was right. He likes the high-energy character meals that have a menu that he likes, and that is table service vs. buffet, and this one definitely qualifies. Sometimes, a perfectly curated Disney Trip equals out to having the experience of knowing what works for your family. I can’t wait to go here again!