An encounter with Disney princesses is a charming and enchanting one for anyone, but especially so for younger guests at Walt Disney World. While there are many places to have a meet and greet with a Disney Princess, nothing can beat having a meal with a princess at Disney World. If you’ve got someone in your family whose eyes light up when they see a Disney princess, we’ve written the ultimate guide to meals with Disney Princesses just for you.
Keep reading to find out where you can share a meal with some of the most beloved Disney characters – the Disney princesses. The most sought-after princess meal reservations at Disney World are at Cinderella’s Royal Table, so if you want to have breakfast, lunch, or dinner at this venue, we highly recommend booking early.
Keep reading to get the lowdown on the best princess meals at Disney World. This ultimate guide to princess meals at Disney World will tell you where to book a dreamy meal that will add to the endless magic on your Disney vacation.
Can you eat with princesses at Disney World?
Yes, you absolutely can! Not only can you enjoy a meal with a Disney princess, but you can do so in a storybook setting such as a medieval castle, an elegant tea room, and even the iconic Cinderella castle.
But it takes a little bit of planning to get the reservations you want. For example, if you want to have lunch with Disney princesses, there are only two places that offer it – Cinderella’s Royal Table at Magic Kingdom and Akershus Royal Banquet Hall at the World Showcase in Epcot.
Also, Disney princess meals are some of the most popular dining experiences at Disney World, so early bookings are highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
What are the best meals with princesses at Disney World?
Cinderella’s Royal Table at the Magic Kingdom Park
This is a one-of-a-kind dining experience that makes you feel like you’re part of a fairytale. The venue is located inside the Cinderella Castle on the upper level. It is consistently one of the most difficult meal reservations to get at Disney World, so we strongly advise booking as early as you can. During a meal here, you will get to interact with beloved Disney princesses such as Cinderella, the Fairy Godmother, Jasmine, Belle, and Snow White. If you are on a Disney Dining Plan, this location requires two table service meal credits.
Frequently Asked Questions about Cinderella’s Royal Table
Is Cinderella’s Royal Table better for lunch or dinner?
If it’s your first time going for a princess meal at Disney World, we’d say either one is a great dining experience. If you’ve experienced princess dining at Disney World before, we recommend dinner because it is a full-service, sit-down meal with high-end food and wine, so it’s sure to wow you.
What should I wear to Cinderella’s Royal Table?
Since the restaurant is located in a theme park, there is no strict dress code. Casual wear is permitted and you won’t feel out of place, as most people will be dressed casually. Just wear what you’d wear to the theme park on a normal day. Adults in shorts and tees will not feel under-dressed for this specialty dining experience.
How expensive is Cinderella’s Royal Table?
The price for dinner at Cinderella’s Royal Table is $62 plus tax for adults and $37 plus tax for children 3-9 years. Keep in mind this is hands down the most popular princess meal at Disney World, so it is well worth it. The price does not include alcoholic beverages, but a standard non-alcoholic beverage is included.
Now, getting back to our roundup of the best princess meals at Disney World…
Akershus Royal Banquet Hall at the Norway Pavilion in World Showcase at Epcot
Princess Storybook Dining is available at this enchanting location designed like a medieval castle. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner with Disney princesses here. At any given time, there are 3-4 Disney princesses in attendance but it is impossible to predict which ones will make an appearance on any given day. Belle, Jasmine, and Snow White are regulars. Ariel and Mulan also make appearances. But if you have your heart set on meeting Cinderella, we would place our bets on Cinderella’s Royal Table at Magic Kingdom or 1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.
Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
The Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast is a hearty way to start your day and meet with some beloved characters from the Disney fairytales. Watch your kids’ faces light up when The Little Mermaid drifts up to your table while you dig into delicious fare. You can also encounter Rapunzel, Ariel, Prince Eric, and Flynn Rider here. Note that this venue only has a princess breakfast and does not have princess interactions at lunchtime and dinnertime.
1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa
The Supercalifragilistic Breakfast at this venue is an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet with Mickey shaped waffles, fluffy pancakes, made-to-order omelets, and more. What’s more, you have the chance to meet Disney princesses and characters such as Alice in Wonderland, Mary Poppins, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, and The Mad Hatter.
The Cinderella’s Happily Ever After Dinner at 1900 Park Fare gives you the opportunity to enjoy a delicious selection of seafood, salads, pastas, and other specialties as the very special guests of Cinderella and Prince Charming. This is a buffet dinner with culinary offerings from around the globe as well as comfort foods like mac n cheese and cheese pizza. Cinderella and the stepmother and stepsisters greet guests at their tables, pose for photos, and sign autographs. This meal with Disney princesses is much in demand and advance reservations are highly recommended.
Garden View Tea Room at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa
What can be more enchanting than a tea party with a Disney princess? If this sounds like a dream come true, head over to the Garden View Tea Room at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa for an elegant morning or afternoon tea experience. It’s a charming setting with views of the gardens and pools. The Disney Perfectly Princess Tea will regale your little ones with a visit from a real Disney Princess. Now that’s what we call royal treatment!
Artist Point at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Story Book Dining with Snow White at Artist Point in Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is a fantastic meal and experience for fans of Disney princesses. Expect to encounter Snow White and at least a couple of the dwarfs. Add to this the unique themed dinner menu that comes at a fixed price and a delightful Enchanted Forest setting. Voila! You’ve got yourself a delightful Disney princess meal you won’t forget anytime soon.
How much is a princess breakfast at Disney World?
Breakfast with Disney Princesses is usually the most economical princess meal you can enjoy at Disney World. The meal pricing for a princess breakfast can range from $35 to $60 per adult. Lunch and dinner with the princesses at the same venue can be over $60 per adult.
How much is dinner with the princesses at Disney World?
Lunch and dinner with the Disney princesses at Disney World are usually over $60 per adult and over $35 per child (ages 3-9). The price includes a choice of one appetizer, one entrée, and one dessert. Specialty cocktails and other alcoholic beverages are not included in this price.
Please note that during the Covid-19 pandemic, Disney World is not offering many of the usual princess meals and dining experiences. If meals with Disney Princesses are a must-do experience for your family, please double-check before making reservations.