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  • On Nov 22, 2008
    Mj from IL Asked

    We have reservations for Chef Mickey for dinner one evening and also at Cinderella's Royal Palace for dinner on Mother's Day. We are anticipating Character Meals. We were recently told that Dinner is NOT a good meal for a character experience?

    Chef Mickey's serves up meals for breakfast and dinner with lots of character interaction. Your meal at Chef Mickey's will be just as you anticipate it to be. Characters will visit your table and Mickey will serve up great food and fun.

    For Cinderella's Royal Table in the Magic Kingdom, you'll see a few characters but they will not circulate to the tables during your meal. Cinderella will be available for photos in the Castle Lobby prior to ascending the staircase to the dining room. During dinner, the Fairy Godmother along with Suzy and Perla, will enter the dining room to acknowledge special occasions being celebrated by guests that evening. Characters do not visit the tables but they do wave to children and put on a nice show. For an interactive character experience, you should reserve breakfast or lunch at the castle!

    Dinner in the castle is a fun experience but you will not see the princesses that hold court during the day.


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