Cinderella’s Royal Table | Disney World

Last Updated on: May 24th, 2024

Cinderella’s Royal Table (Disney World)

Cinderella’s Royal Table is a dining experience located inside Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom park in Walt Disney World Resort. It is a popular and highly sought-after restaurant that offers guests the opportunity to dine in a fairytale setting fit for a princess.

As guests enter Cinderella Castle, they are greeted by Cinderella herself in the grand foyer. From there, they are escorted up a spiral staircase to the banquet hall, where they are seated at elegantly decorated tables. The restaurant’s interior captures the charm and opulence of a medieval castle, with high ceilings, stained glass windows, and intricate chandeliers.

During the meal, Disney Princesses make their way around the dining room to visit each table, allowing guests to meet and interact with beloved characters such as Snow White, Ariel, Belle, Aurora, and of course, Cinderella. The interactions and photo opportunities with the princesses add an extra touch of enchantment to the dining experience.

The menu at Cinderella’s Royal Table features a variety of American and European-inspired dishes, including appetizers, entrees, and desserts. While the specific offerings may vary, guests can expect a range of delicious options suitable for both adults and children. Reservations are highly recommended due to the popularity of the restaurant.

Dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table provides a magical and immersive experience, allowing guests to feel like royalty in the heart of Cinderella Castle. It is particularly popular for special occasions and celebrations, as well as for families looking to create lasting memories.

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Fun Facts

  • The restaurant technically dates back to opening day, but was originally called King Stefan’s Banquet Hall.
  • It is a bit odd that the restaurant was named for King Stefan since King Stefan appeared in Sleeping Beauty and not Cinderella.
  • Cinderella Castle has 3 elevators, but only one is open to the public. That elevator brings guests from the waiting area to the dining room of Cinderella’s Royal Table.

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