Sunday, March 6, 2011

Part 5: Cinderella's Castle

To say I was excited about eating dinner in the castle in an understatement. I had made this reservation in early December, my first one made for thsi trip, and had been giddy about it ever since. We had about a 10 minute wait before our 8:05 seating, got our pictures taken with Ms. Cinderella, and were seated in the gorgeous dining room. Even the menu was themed: 

Belle, Aurora, Jasmine, and Snow White made their rounds for photos before we started eating.

Then dinner was served, starting with same rolls that seem to be at every Disney restuarant.
I began with a cheese plate: Brie, goat cheese and white cheddar. The brie was served with honey comb, and was delish. For my entree, I had cobia with tomoto sauce and pasta. The fish very flakey, and the dish had just enough spice to be interesting but not overly so.

The husband had duck for the first time ever, and he nearly licked his plate clean.
I had chocolate mouse with rapsberry sauce for dessert. It was ok, simple but good.
The husband had the trio for dessert:berries and cream, cheesecake, and a small mouse.

Overall, I was super pleased with the service, the atmosphere and the food. It was as good as some of the signature level restuarants, and the whole experiemce is just really neat. I give Cinderella's Castle a 5 out of 5 on my dining scale. *Also, since we went so late, it was probably much quieter than it would be duirng a more kid-friendly time.


  1. Mmmm. food porn! Love it! The Huz and I have never dined in the Castle, but it looks awesome. We've always been a bit terrified on the throngs of kids that we see there but perhaps eating late is the key.

  2. My wife and I have dined there once. Love it. Watched the fireworks from the window too. Great atmosphere and food. You really feel like an invited guest in Cinderella's castle. There weren't "throngs" of kids when we visited.