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  • On Jan 27, 2010
    Tracy from WV 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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    We are eating breakfast at Cinderella's. Given the price range, what will my dining plan afford there? The $39 meal or the $59 meal? Is there a limit with the dining plan meal orders? I understand it will cost 2 table service meals. Thank you!

    Hi Tracy,

    The breakfast at Cinderella's Royal Table is a price-fixed all-you-care-to-enjoy meal. I've eaten there a few times for breakfast.  Once you are seated, you choose your beverage and your server will explain the menu.  Your breakfast comes out pre-plated.  When I was there last, the breakfast included items like eggs, sausage, bacon, and french toast.  You can ask your server to omit an item if you know you don't want it.  You can also ask for seconds, thirds, and fourths of any item you finish.  There is also a lighter option consisting of fruit and yogurt.  There is no discount if you choose the lighter menu.

    If you have the dining plan you can use two dining credits to pay for your meal.  I usually pay for breakfasts at Cinderella's Royal Table out of pocket because I believe I get more value per credit at two separate table service restaurants.  My family does tend to eat a lot of table service meals so I know that we will use all of them even if we skip using them at Cinderella's Royal Table.

    I hope that helps.  Enjoy your meal and remember your meal also includes a very nice photo package depicting your meet and greet with Cinderella.
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