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05-31-2009, 09:57 PM
we just booked Princess Storybook at Epcot. Does anyone know anything about this??

05-31-2009, 09:59 PM
My kids love this meal. The food they serve is odd to some people but they have a cold bar so you will fine! :) There is a free photo with Belle that comes with the meal. When we were there we saw Belle, Ariel, Snow White, and Aurora.

05-31-2009, 10:10 PM
we just booked Princess Storybook at Epcot. Does anyone know anything about this??

What meal? We did lunch and didn't really care for it. The cold buffet was good, but we didn't care for the entries too much. DH had the braised lamb and didn't care for it; I had the Traditional Kjottkaker which is like meatloaf here and it was very bland. I must say the Princesses spent a lot of time with the kids at the other tables when we were there (it was just DH and I and they did stop and ask if we wanted a picture as well).

05-31-2009, 10:49 PM
We've had breakfast at Akershus twice and love it! There was a cold bar of pastries, fruit, cheese and smoked salmon. Then they bring a hot platter of food (family style) to your table - eggs, bacon, sausage and a potato casserole (yum!). You can ask for more of anything.

The princesses are charming - it's a wonderful atmosphere to meet princesses and get some pictures.

05-31-2009, 11:14 PM
I do think breakfast is the best meal here.

At dinner, the cold bar is good. There is fruit, boiled shrimp, salads, and a really good chicken salad. The entrees are limited, but they do allow a lot of flexibility in ordering. We usually order the grilled chicken and ask them to put the mashed potatoes as the side (I don't remember what is supposed to come with it). The dessert plate they bring out is VERY good. There are a lot of choices on the kids' menu, and my dd LOVES this place because it is the only place to see Ariel in the light green/white wedding dress. The character interaction is very good.

05-31-2009, 11:26 PM
The breakfast meal is the best. We did not enjoy the dinner meal at all. But it's Norway's traditional foods and not something we are used to. The breakfast is a platter of bacon, fried potatoes, scrambled eggs....did I miss anything? The fruit bar is good too.
The first two times we visited, we had four princesses come around to the table. The last two times we have had five. It was nice to see Ariel up and about!