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jsphotography
06-01-2009, 11:55 AM
First I was sold on doing the princess breakfast at Epcot, but I know my sweet 5 year old girl will be a little bummed if she doesn't get to meet Cinderella who has ALWAYS been her absolute favorite. We would do breakfast at which ever we went to.. should we do both? I know she will want to meet all of the princesses, but definitely Cinderella! Thanks!

4forthemouse
06-01-2009, 11:59 AM
We saw Cinderella at Norway's Princess breakfast this spring. But, CRT is the only breakfast you are guaranteed to see Cinderella. However, have you thought about doing Norways breakfast and 1900 Park Faire dinner? The Cinderella dinner is great because all the characters are from Cinderella (Prince, Godmother, Stepsisters and Mother). That way you are guaranteed to see her, and can still do Norway for breakfast.

disneynuts777
06-01-2009, 12:00 PM
If Cinderella is a must than 1900 Park Fare might fit the bill and save your pocket book from CRT's terrible price. However 1900 PF with Cinderella is only at Dinner time. The characters are Cinderella,Prince Charming, Evil stepmom and the 2 evil stepsisters. It is buffet. Dinner is 30+ for Adults and 15+ for children.
I would also do the aukerhus princess breakfast as well if you can because then you are guareenteed to see some of the other popular princess's without having to hunt them down and stand in line!!

shellywalker
06-01-2009, 12:01 PM
We did the Princess Storybook Breakfast in Norway back in October, and Cinderella was there!

Crystal_27
06-01-2009, 12:16 PM
First I was sold on doing the princess breakfast at Epcot, but I know my sweet 5 year old girl will be a little bummed if she doesn't get to meet Cinderella who has ALWAYS been her absolute favorite. We would do breakfast at which ever we went to.. should we do both? I know she will want to meet all of the princesses, but definitely Cinderella! Thanks!

We are probably in the minority that feel that CRT is one of the best breakfasts going. We have really enjoyed the food each time we've eaten there, and have found the character interaction quite good. That said, the time you get with Cinderella actually is probably the shortest of all the princesses in that you see her *before* you are seated for your meal. You will pose with Cindy first thing and, since there will be quite a number of people behind you also waiting for their picture, you don't really get any quality time with Cindy - - it's just a quick pose and hug (and autograph, if you're so inclined). That said, CRT may be perfect for your little Cindy fan as she will get her picture with Cindy included with the meal, which will be a great keepsake for her. Good luck! :goodvibes

GoofyKidd
06-01-2009, 12:17 PM
We love 1900 Park Faire - the characters are fabulous and the food's pretty good - excellent bread pudding!

poohaddict
06-01-2009, 11:17 PM
We saw her at 1900 Park Fare for dinner.

We did have dinner at CRT and we loved it. The castle is even more beautiful on the inside than I could have imagined.:lovestruc

Also we were plesently suprised to see her at Epcot in Norway, Akershus breakfast. We did this breakfast last year and we liked it so we did it again. this year the princess' were Cindy, Ariel (w/feet), Snow White, Aurora, Belle.

You can ask the representive where to locate certain characters that what I did last year to locate Ariel for my DD

BebopBaloo
06-02-2009, 11:15 AM
If you don't have to see her at a dining location then you can always find her at the Magic Kingdom in Toon Town at the Hall of Fame character greetings. The line begins inside of the gift shop and one line takes you to Cinderella, Aurora, and Belle. The other line is for Pixie Hollow. We've taken my DD to see Cinderella there several times and the interaction is always wonderful!


(I think it's Hall of Fame, County Bounty is next door. One is for the princesses/fairies and the other for Mickey and Minnie.)

TakeMe2Disney
06-02-2009, 11:23 AM
We saw her at Norway during both breakfast and dinner.

MissNurse
06-02-2009, 11:23 AM
We did the 1900 Park Fair dinner last summer and enjoyed it immensely. We were on the regular dining plan, and I didn't want to spend two credits to meet Cinderella. I think the stepsisters were actually more fun than meeting Cinderella! You get to meet the prince and stepmother, too. We were seated in the main dining room which probably made our experience better than some who get seated the the dining room off to the side. One thing I learned from our last trip was to be flexible and have fun no matter what you wind up doing. You're at Disney! Have a ball!:goodvibes:goodvibes:goodvibes