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cathyshos
04-05-2012, 09:35 PM
Our family 's trip is in October. 3 1/2 year old girl and 1 1/2 year old boy.
Wanted to do breakfast because I love being in the park prior to opening.
But won't we get more bang for our buck , food wise and dining plan wise
going for dinner? any thoughts? Can anyone tell me your experience with each meal there?

chocolateMinnie
04-06-2012, 08:08 AM
Been to CRT about 10 times - once for lunch rest for breakfast and dinner. We preferred breakfast but then there were only Princesses at breakfast not dinner. The food was always better at dinner and now you get the Princesses too I would go for that. If you have any celebrations I would highly recommend ordering a slipper dessert - they are just the most beautiful desserts anywhere :)

ChristineOH
04-07-2012, 06:23 PM
We went last summer for dinner. We were on the DP too, but I booked so late that breakfast wasn't an option. I figured dinner was a better use of TS credits anyhow. I don't know if the menu changed since then, but we had filet mignon, mashed potatoes, and asparagus. It was actually really good.

policycobb
04-13-2012, 04:40 PM
Been to CRT about 10 times - once for lunch rest for breakfast and dinner. We preferred breakfast but then there were only Princesses at breakfast not dinner. The food was always better at dinner and now you get the Princesses too I would go for that. If you have any celebrations I would highly recommend ordering a slipper dessert - they are just the most beautiful desserts anywhere :)

I have an ADR in October. Can you pay out of pocket and add a slipper dessert if you are on the dining plan?

AliciaG
04-13-2012, 08:12 PM
We just got back, and ate there for Breakfast on Easter.I don't know if they had a special menu or if it was normal menu, but it was amazing. Dh & I had the crab and lobster cheese crepes which were totally delicious. The kids had the stuffed french toast. Then, since it's all you can eat, dh also had the steak and eggs, which was reallllllllly good as well. And we had two plates of the delicious pastries. :rotfl:

djblu883
04-13-2012, 08:15 PM
We just got back, and ate there for Breakfast on Easter.I don't know if they had a special menu or if it was normal menu, but it was amazing. Dh & I had the crab and lobster cheese crepes which were totally delicious. The kids had the stuffed french toast. Then, since it's all you can eat, dh also had the steak and eggs, which was reallllllllly good as well. And we had two plates of the delicious pastries. :rotfl:

That was not even close to the normal breakfast!!1 YUMMY that sounds great!!

Hootch
04-13-2012, 08:25 PM
a note or two. Princesses were added to dinner a couple of years ago.

You probably need to order the slipper dessert ahead of time.

cw21726
04-13-2012, 09:48 PM
Wait a tick...CRT is all you can eat at breakfast? I was not informed of this. :(