cinderella's royal table

Cinderella’s Royal Table Pricing Lowered Due to Lack of Princess Interactions; Reservations Now Available

A fan-favorite restaurant at the Magic Kingdom, Cinderella’s Royal Table, will be welcoming guests back starting September 24 with modified offerings, including no princess interactions.

Here’s how Disney describes the modified dining experience:

Enjoy a delicious regal banquet with unforgettable main courses ranging from roasted chicken breast and tenderloin of beef to chef’s fish of the day. The princesses will be taking a break from their royal duties greeting Guests, but there will be plenty of delicious fare and fun to be enjoyed in this beautiful, one-of-a-kind restaurant.

Pricing on the Walt Disney World website was previously listed as follows:

  • Breakfast – $62.00 for Adults / $37.00 for Children Ages 3-9 (plus tax and gratuity)
  • Lunch – $75.00 for Adults / $45.00 for Children Ages 3-9 (plus tax and gratuity)
  • Dinner – $75.00 for Adults / $45.00 for Children Ages 3-9 (plus tax and gratuity)

Now, pricing has been lowered slightly due to the limited offerings:

  • Lunch – $62.00 for Adults / $37.00 for Children Ages 3-9 (plus tax and gratuity)
  • Dinner – $62.00 for Adults / $37.00 for Children Ages 3-9 (plus tax and gratuity)

Other dining experiences that have been modified to remove characters, like Chef Mickey’s, have also lowered menu prices upon reopening.

Reservations for this immersive dining experience are now available online and in the My Disney Experience app.

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Emma
Emma
15 days ago

Have you been able to make a reservation for anything other than lunch? I’ve only seen lunch reservations and I’ve talked to a couple cast members via chat and they didn’t have concrete answers for me!

Tom T
Tom T
15 days ago

If you add characters to a meal that would increase the fee from $20-$30 since the reservations always sold out. Reducing the meal by $10 is not enough. Who will pay over $60 for lunch per person? And that is the reduced pricing!

Brian
Brian
15 days ago

They’re still asking too much for what you get.

Doug
Doug
15 days ago

No breakfast and no characters for the kids……think we’ll wait on this one

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