Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Sep 22, 2008
    Jennifer 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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    I'm trying to plan meals at WDW. In your opinion, is it better to do breakfast or lunch at CRT? What about Chef Mickey's? We have a 2 year old boy, and 4 year old girl. Any other character meals that we should not miss?

    Hi Jennifer,

    I would recommend the lunch at Cinderella's Royal Table.  The lunch is delicious and very filling.  The day you chose to go there you can probably get away with only having a small breakfast and small counter service dinner.

    With Chef Mickey's, I prefer going for breakfast.  The kids are usually in their best moods of the day and it just feels like the perfect way to begin a day in the Magic Kingdom.  When we stayed at the Contemporary we did go for dinner and we enjoyed it for its convenience.

    I would also highly recommend Hollywood and Vine at Disney's Hollywood Studios.  Your kids are at the perfect age for the restaurant.  If your kids are fans of Playhouse Disney they will know and love the characters.  If they are not familiar with the Little Einsteins and JoJo's Circus, they will still have a blast.  At the breakfast and lunch, the characters come around to the table and then about every 5-10 minutes the restaurant breaks out into a mini party.  There are conga lines, dances, and much more.  Your children will love the being able to run around and dance.  Its a place where a preschooler can really act like a preschooler. 
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