For the most part, it is easier to get ADRs for Cinderella’s Royal Table, although breakfast is still harder than lunch or dinner. Our Privacy Policy. It has a fantasy like location inside the body of Cinderella Castle and its entrance is located on the backside of the castle.. A similar theme snack cart can be found at Disneyland Park (Paris), under the name Auberge de Cendrillon. The style is more medieval looking that 17th Century French! CharacterCentral.net is not part of The Walt Disney Company. Today, September 11, dining reservations are. We apologize for any inconvenience. Usually there isn’t a day that passes without some discussion of the master plan of our next trip to the happiest place on earth. If you see an error or no pictures appear under 'Popular Photos' for a page please refresh the page in a few moments. Cinderella's Royal Table Reservations Available with Cost Reduced Due To Lack of Characters. Cinderella’s Royal Table is The Best. “Once Upon a Time Breakfast” Breakfast is served from 8:00am – 11:15am. This site uses the Flickr API but is not endorsed or certified by Flickr. There are better places to eat, and the Princesses are so common, that this isn't really a must see, sadly. Ever.!!!! Where this royal restaurant falls short is value. Cinderella's Royal Table (previously known as King Stefan’s Banquet Hall) is a table service Cinderella themed restaurant for both fine dining and character dining. When your table is ready a photographer will be on hand to take your picture. Experience the majesty of a stately stone palace, a … The restaurant has been closed since Magic Kingdom’s reopening, but soon guests will able to dine inside the castle again! The “Once Upon a Time Breakfast” at Cinderella’s Royal Table is a complete dining experience. Or for a free no obligation quote with new bookings you can fill out the form by Clicking HERE! As pictured below, you can expect to prepay tax and gratuity. Happy dining, Disney fans! The cost per Child (ages 3-9) is $37.00. Cinderella’s Royal Table – Lunch $62.00 Adults / $37.00 Child (Three Courses) Cinderella’s Royal Table is rated at 88% thumbs up according to over 500,000 surveys submitted by our readers. As a family we thoroughly enjoy the magic and the memories at Walt Disney World and are here to help others experience the magic as well. Official information can be found at DisneyParks.com, Cinderella's Royal Table (Credit: Disney). Disney previously announced that Cinderella’s Royal Table at Magic Kingdom will reopen on September 24. Well now you can, as Cinderella opens the doors to her private dining room, high up in Cinderella Castle! View Gallery ... (breakfast and lunch generally cost less), except Character Dining locations, buffet locations, dinner shows, and special dining events where range reflects the average adult price of entire meal and non-alcoholic beverages. The new cost is $62.00 for adults and $37.00 for children to dine at Cinderella’s Royal Table. Disney’s announcement of the reopening: “Beginning Sept. 24, Guests can enjoy dining in the enchanted, fairytale setting of Cinderella’s Royal Table at Magic Kingdom Park. Notice: Currently flickr continues to experience issues and therefore some pages may be missing pictures. Disney previously announced that Cinderella's Royal Table at Magic Kingdom will reopen on September 24. © The Walt Disney Co. No part of this site is to be reproduced without permission. Cinderella’s Royal Table, the restaurant inside of Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom, has seen a price cut due to a lack of characters when it reopens on September 24th. Reservations opened this morning, and here is the updated pricing: Adults – $62 (down from $75) Children – $37 (down from $45) Cinderella's Royal Table is an expensive table service restaurant located on the mid-level of Cinderella Castle. In a fairytale setting, with enchanting views over the Magic Kingdom, you will be joined by Cinderella and her princess friends in a meal that truly is a dream come true! Cinderella's Royal Table For princesses and princes planning to waltz ‘til midnight, try a lighter lunch choice. The food is good, but is very pricey. One of the most coveted dining reservations is for breakfast or lunch with the Disney princesses at this enchanting restaurant in Cinderella Castle. It has some good views over Fantasyland, and and is themed to something that personally, I feel, belongs more in Sleeping Beauty than Cinderella.