Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Feb 4, 2010
    Jennifer Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    My daughter is turning 4 the day we get to Disney.I'm trying to decide between the Character breakfast at Chef Mickeys and Cinderella's Royal Table.I guess the problem is which is more age appropriate and won't lead to a melt down!LOL.Any suggestions?

    Hi Jennifer!

    Both character dining breakfasts are wonderful choices for your daughter. You will be happy with either one you choose.  I guess the best way to make your decision is to know how comfortable your daughter is around characters with their faces covered.  It is very common for children at this age to be a little uneasy with characters whose faces don't look like theirs. The characters at Chef Mickey's are Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Donald and Goofy. At Cinderella's Royal Table the princesses are all ladies in princess gowns. They tend to be a little less intimidating to young children.  The princesses at this restaurant include Cinderella, Snow White, Jasmine, Belle and Princess Aurora. You can book your dining reservation by calling the dine line at (407) WDW-DINE or you can click here to make your reservation online. When you arrive at your breakfast make sure you let a cast member know that it is your daughter's birthday.  They will announce her birthday in a special way!  We celebrated our daughters 4th birthday at Disney as well and we brought a birthday card for the characters to sign.  It made for a wonderful souvenir.

    When you arrive at the parks be sure to stop in at Guest Relations to pick up a free Birthday button. Your daughter will be stopped by countless cast members throughout the day to wish her a Happy Birthday.

    Enjoy your birthday celebration! 
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I am Dorothy from Dundas, Ontario Canada. I am a strong believer that vacationing is a great way to create a close-knit family. There is no better place to achieve this than a trip to Walt Disney World. Learn More About Dorothy

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