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  • On Jun 16, 2008
    Jonathan & veronica from TN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi Brigitta. We're going back to DW in Nov. of '09 and wanted to know what you think the ultimate character meal would be? We were thinking of Cinderellas Royal Table for our daughter and niece. We've heard some great things about it; what do you think?

    Hi Jonathan and Veronica,

    I think that the ultimate dining experience for anyone would have to be Cinderella's Royal Table and not only for the character experience (although this is a definite plus!), but also for the ultimate destination within WDW. How can anyone say that they have dined in WDW if they have not dined in Cinderella's Castle? I personally like the dinner experience best, I think it feels more royal as the lights dim (sometimes depending on the time of night you will experience the fireworks from inside the Castle...truly spectacular!). The food selections for dinner are fit for a King, Queen, Prince or Princess! You'll meet cinderella for your personal meet-n-greet in the foyer before heading upstairs for your meal and have your picture taken with her. You won't see her again during dinner though but you will receive a "special"  folder which will have inside it this very memorable souvenir photo in a few different sizes as well as a picture of her beautiful castle and this is all complimentary. Breakfast and lunch are very enjoyable here as well, dinner is just my personal preference. For dinner you'll experience a magical show featuring the Fairy Godmother and her two sidekicks Perla and Suzy. For breakfast and lunch you will have your typical meet-n-greet with characters/princesses coming right to your table for photos and a chat. The Photo Package is included in all of these dining experiences.

    If you can't secure a reservation at Cinderella's Royal Table, my second choice would be 1900 Park Fare which is located in the Grand Floridian Resort. This is also a princess character dining experience for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the food there is also top notch. The victorian splendor here really emphasizes that you are dining in a very upscale but friendly atmosphere also fit for royalty in my opinion. I think you would be very happy with either choice here.

    Have a magical day!

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Meet the Panelist: Brigitta, British Columbia

I am a Canadian citizen working in the tourism industry. My Disney World experiences started with my family when I was just a little girl. I have continued this tradition with my daughter who has been there now more than 15 times. Learn More About Brigitta

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