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  • What time do you feel is better to dine at Cinderellas Royal Table? I just don't know. We are planning on going there our 1st day at MK. We are only spending 2 days in the park, and I want to make the most out of the experience.
  • - Asked by Heather from Pennsylvania on 10/31/2013
  • Hi there, Heather!

    I can certainly appreciate wanting to make the most of your exciting Walt Disney World vacation.  Let's face it, time is precious and there are so many amazing things to do!  Truthfully, there is no bad time to dine at Cinderella's Royal Table.  I would make my reservation based on what's available when you go to book. You can make any time work.  If you dine at breakfast, you'll be set to tackle the park for the rest of the day. If it's a lunch reservation you secure,  you can take advantage of the midday break.  If you dine at dinner, you will have already had a full day and will enjoy the relaxation in Cinderella Castle before a delightful evening in Magic Kingdom Park.  

    Please let us now if we can help you with additional planning questions.

    Until then, I wish you a truly magical vacation!

    -Jacqui

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