Storybook Treats | Disney World

Last Updated on: March 26th, 2024

Storybook Treats (Disney World)

Storybook Treats is a quick-service dining location at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. The restaurant is located in Fantasyland and is known for its delicious desserts and cold treats.

The menu at Storybook Treats features a variety of desserts, including soft-serve ice cream, sundaes, and floats. One of the most popular items on the menu is the Peter Pan Float, which features Key lime soft-serve ice cream, Sprite, and a red candy feather, all served in a souvenir cup featuring Peter Pan and Tinkerbell. Other popular items include the Strawberry Shortcake Sundae, which features vanilla soft-serve ice cream, strawberry sauce, whipped cream, and a biscuit on top, and the Loaded Funnel Cake, which is topped with powdered sugar, vanilla soft-serve ice cream, strawberry topping, and whipped cream.

In addition to its sweet treats, Storybook Treats also serves a variety of beverages, including specialty coffees, hot chocolate, and cold drinks like lemonade and iced tea.

Overall, Storybook Treats is a great place to stop for a cold treat or delicious dessert while exploring Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom. The restaurant’s charming theming and whimsical atmosphere, combined with its delicious menu, make it a popular dining destination for visitors of all ages.

Storybook Treats Disney World

Fun Facts

  • This location dates back to 1972 when it opened as The Round Table. From 1994-2010, it was named Mrs. Potts’ Cupboard.
  • Similar to the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, the restaurant was sponsored by Borden from 1972-1981 and Sealtest from 1981-1991.

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