Magic Kingdom features a total of 107 acres of whimsical lands divided into seven areas: Main Street, Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, Mickey’s Toontown Fair, and Tomorrowland.
Like Disneyland in California, this tourist attraction in Florida offers the enchantment of fairy tales in its various facilities, including its dining establishments.
Cinderella’s Royal Table
Situated in Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland, Cinderella’s Royal Table features royal archways, stained glass windows, luxurious light fixtures, coats of arms, hanging banners, and medieval flags within its regal dining hall. To add to the castle experience, dining guests can enjoy the scenic views of Fantasyland from outside and the fairytale dining experience with Disney Princesses who mingle and sign autographs around. They can also receive a professional imaging package complete with Cinderella-themed photo holders.
Cinderella’s Royal Table is also a popular festive destination for special celebrations from birthday parties to even romantic marriage proposals. It showcases its own “Fairy Godmother” to assist in planning celebrations and proposals including perks such as a specially created Chocolate Slipper Dessert, an engraved Glass Slipper where the ring can be presented, and a full set-up of royal characters and surroundings.
Filled with a colorful character topiary, Crystal Palace offers a character dining experience with Winnie the Pooh and friends. Entering this restaurant is like stepping into the Hundred Acre Wood providing a light and airy environment to the whimsical restaurant.
Crystal Palace features a live on-stage kitchen where the chefs are seen preparing the dishes, while dining patrons enjoy the buffet style setting: breakfast buffet with traditional favorites including omelets, cereals, freshly baked pastries, lasagna, and cheddar cheese potatoes; and lunch and dinner buffets with diverse American favorites including prime rib, rotisserie chicken, and Atlantic salmon. There is also a separate kid’s buffet where little ones can enjoy nuggets, mac and cheese, pizza, and peanut butter and jelly.
Bistro de Paris
Bistro de Paris is an upscale restaurant located one flight above Les Chefs de France, another gourmet French restaurant within the France Pavilion. Its formal décor captures the elegant and romantic milieu of turn-of-the-20th century Paris with its brass scones, milk-glass chandeliers, and leaded glasses.
Bistro de Paris is a popular fine dining spot for adult patrons in Magic Kingdom. It is known for its medley of familiar French appetizers like mussel soup and Mediterranean tuna tartar, along with its rich selection of main dishes like a double-cut white veal chop, rack of lamb, and filet mignon. Another bestseller is its silky chocolate soufflé for a fitting French dessert. Diners can also enjoy the restaurant’s first-class wine list featuring French wines from famed regions including Southern France, Bordeaux, Loire Valley, Alsace, and Bourgogne.
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