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One of Disney World’s Most Popular Restaurants Sees HUGE Price Increase

Cinderella's Royal Table
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When planning where to dine on your Walt Disney World Resort vacation, there are literally hundreds of options to choose from. There is something for everyone, whether you love Mexican, an American steakhouse, classic burgers and fries, German, French, or something else. Disney is also great at accommodating any kind of dietary restrictions, from gluten intolerance to vegan, and even Kosher. There is a reason that Walt Disney World has become known for its amazing food options.

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One of the most popular places to dine in Walt Disney World can be found in Magic Kingdom Park. Cinderella’s Royal Table allows Guests to dine on mouthwatering options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, all while interacting with some of Disney’s most famous princesses. Princesses are always subject to change, but Guests are most likely to see Princess Aurora (Sleeping Beauty), Jasmine, Rapunzel, Snow White, Ariel, and, of course, the titular princess herself, Cinderella.

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What’s most incredible about dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table isn’t just that Guests get to meet so many princesses in one spot. Guests are actually dining IN Cinderella Castle! Because of that, the restaurant is one of the most difficult places to snag a dining reservation. Those reservations are even more difficult now that character dining is back. Because of COVID, the traditional character dining experience had been suspended, but it finally returned to normal on February 28.

Cinderella's Royal Table

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Along with the returning characters, Cinderella’s Royal Table will introduce another change — a massive price increase. Breakfast will see the biggest price jump, increasing by nearly 50%. Breakfast used to cost $45 per adult and $29 per child aged 3 – 9. Now, breakfast will cost $65 per adult and $39 per child. Lunch will see a price increase to $79 per adult (up from $67) and $47 per child (up from $39). Dinner will also jump in price and will have the same price as lunch.

Cinderella's Royal Table

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Haven’t had a chance to dine at Cinderella’s Royal Table? Here’s more info on the hit Magic Kingdom dining spot.

Cinderella makes your acquaintance in the majestic Grand Hall, before you ascend a spiral staircase to the banquet room above (A gilded elevator is also available to transport you to the festivities).

Then, dine in a storybook setting surrounded by soaring stone archways, majestic medieval flags and spectacular stained-glass windows overlooking Fantasyland. During your time inside the castle, visit with the Disney Princesses.

Tiaras and glittering gowns are optional, although young Guests are encouraged to dress up for the occasion.

Character appearances are subject to change

Cinderella's Royal Table

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As with nearly every sit-down dining location at Walt Disney World Resort, reservations to Cinderella’s Royal Table are not required, but highly recommended. Reservations can be made up to 60 days in advance for those staying on Walt Disney World property. Because the restaurant is in the Magic Kingdom, a valid theme park ticket and Park reservation are also required. A reservation at the restaurant will not get Guests into the Park.

About Krysten Swensen

A born and bred New England girl living the Disney life in Southern California. I love to read, to watch The Golden Girls, and love everything to do with Disney and Universal. I also love to share daily doses of Disney on my Disney Instagram @BrazzleDazzleDisney!

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