3. Party in the Hundred-Acre Wood
The kids may not appreciate the Victorian architecture or beautiful greenery in this Magic Kingdom restaurant, but they will fall in love with The Crystal Palace! This all-you-can eat buffet features delicious American dishes and a generous dessert table. While dining, Winnie the Pooh and his friends will visit your table and sometimes, even invite the kids to join them in a special parade. This is a heart-warming and tummy-filling experience.
2. An Enchanted Castle
Nestled inside the expanded Fantasyland, the Be Our Guest Restaurant will captivate your entire party. This opulent location is modeled after the Beast’s castle and includes the chilling West Wing and two lavish ballrooms to dine in. While this is not an official character dining experience, the Master himself will make occasional appearances and greet guests for pictures. Regarding the food, it is French-inspired, but still has plenty of simple (and tasty) options for your little ones. All in all, this is a magical meal worth having.
1. Cinderella’s Royal Guest
Considered a rite of passage for many, I’d strongly encourage everyone to book a meal at Cinderella’s Royal Table. Not only will your child meet several princesses while feasting, they will be dining inside Cinderella’s Castle. The beautiful dining hall (flanked by stained glass windows) features views of Fantasyland and is almost as lovely as the princesses themselves. The menu features both daring entrees for the adults and kid-friendly choices. But truly, there is nothing as magical as dining inside this icon of hope and dreams.
We hope that we have helped you narrow down the endless dining options! At the end of the day, you can’t really go wrong when dining at WDW. We are wishing for your family’s enjoyable (and delectable) trip!