Mom And Son On Run
  • On Oct 24, 2009
    Bridget Asked

    My daughter is 2 so is not included on the meal plan will we have enough food at Cinderella's Castle or do you think we will have to order extra? same question for Princess Story dinner and le celliers, chef de france tutto italy and Ma Melrose? Thanks!!

    Hi, Bridget!  I think this depends on how much your daughter can eat, and which meals you are doing.  The breakfast at Cinderella's Royal table is an all you care to eat meal, so you definitely will not need to order extra food for her there.  They will replenish whatever you would like, so she can help herself to the breakfast offerings, and if you run out, you just order more.  The Princess Storybook dinner allows you to choose an entree from the menu, then they also have a buffet of cold foods, where you'll find salads, cold cuts, cheeses, etc.  In my opinion, there will probably be enough here for you not to have to worry about ordering an extra meal.  You can share your hot entree and veggies with her, and supplement from the cold items on the buffet.

    If you are on the dining plan, you are probably going to order appetizers and desserts, and based on my family's eating habits, that is plenty of food for sharing.  Even if your little one is a big eater, I would think you could probably just order an extra appetizer from the menu at a place like Chefs de France (the kids menu has a cheese puff that my kids really enjoy) to give her a little something more.

    Play it by ear.  If she seems like she is especially hungry - and all the walking around Disney World might make her extra hungry - supplement with a kids meal or an extra appetizer.  Most two year olds I know would have plenty to share from Mom and Dad at most Walt Disney World restaurants.
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My name is Anna and I am a wife, mother to three daughters and a son-in-law, and earning my Grandmom ears. I'm a law student and former teacher. I have planned vacations for all sorts celebrations, but really enjoy DVC vacations, helping military families, and assisting those with special dietary needs.    Learn More About Anna

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