Comparing Princess Meals at Walt Disney World

For families with little girls, booking a princess meal at Disney World is high on the must-do list but with multiple princess meal options – which one is best suited for your family?

Cinderella’s Royal Table is located in Cinderella’s Castle. Hosted by Cinderella, you will have your family picture taken with her as you wait to be seated. After heading upstairs, other Disney princesses stop by your table to visit, allowing for pictures and autographs. For those with a dining package, this meal will cost two table service credits per person. Without a dining package, the cost per person will be one of the more expensive meals on property.  As this restaurant is small in seating capacity, you may need to be flexible with your preferred dining time.

Located in Epcot, Akershus Royal Banquet Hall is a wonderful choice. This meal features multiple princesses that visit your table. At breakfast, American choices are served family-style, with lunch and dinner featuring both buffet and a-la-carte European choices for adults with common American food options also available for children. At a reduced price from Cinderella’s Royal Table and only costing one table service credit per person, this meal can be one of the most affordable selections for families seeking multiple Disney princesses at one meal.

Cinderella’s biggest fans will enjoy the Happily Ever After Dinner located at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort. Cinderella and Prince Charming visit each table for photos and autographs. While the meal is not located in a castle, character interaction is immersive. Lady Tremaine, along with Anastasia and Drizella are fabulous as they stay in character but still walk the fine line of not intimidating young children. Dinner is served buffet style and the price of this meal is comparable to that at Akershus and requires only one table service credit per person.

Storybook Dining is a dinner-only option located at the Wilderness Lodge featuring Snow White and her famous friends, Dopey and Grumpy. In an enchanted forest dining room, appetizers and desserts are shared among your table, with guests selecting their personal entrée. The Evil Queen also makes an appearance and you may have your picture taken with her upon finishing your meal. This meal takes one table service credit per person for those on the dining plan.

Lastly, the Bon Voyage Breakfast at Trattoria al Forno, at Disney’s Boardwalk, features Rapunzel and Flynn Rider and Ariel and Prince Eric. This meal is one of the few times you can find a princess accompanied by their prince. Pastries are shared among your table with personal entrée selections. This meal is also one table service credit per person for those on the dining plan.

Your Me and The Mouse Travel Specialist is happy to help you book any of these amazing princess meals. Practice your royal curtsy and bow and get ready to dine the way the royals do!

Michelle Browne

Travel Specialist

 

 

Michelle Browne
michelle@meandthemouse.com