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Old 09-07-2006, 05:39 PM   #1
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Auberge de Cendrillon - reviews

This beautiful table service restaurant in Fantasyland is imagineered along the lines of a French country inn. It translates as Cinderella's Royal Inn - and her coach awaits outside in the courtyard!

Meals are served from lunch through to park closing and reservations are recommended.

Since 2007 this restaurant has hosted a character meal, Dine in the Presence of a Princess.
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Old 09-09-2006, 12:37 AM   #2
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We ate there and were very pleased.

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We ate there in May. It was a set meal with a buffe starter and a desert buffet. DD & DS had steak wich had a 2 euro supplement and I had salmon. They both finished theirs and mine was wonderful . DD had cinderella's slipper which looked yummy. There was a 3 euro supplement. Service was good and we enjoyed this meal. I am not sure why we didn't eat here in august but there are so many places to eat and so few days.
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I had lunch here, and must first off say that it was a nice change from the frenzy of 'eating in the castle at WDW' which is filled with people crazy enough to pay a huge amount for poorly prepared food. It was much nicer in my opinion to be able to eat lunch LOOKING AT the castle, and to have excellent food for decent price.

The set menu consists of a starter buffet, entre, and dessert buffet. The starter buffet was ample, and I found a lot of veggie items. The couscous salad was my favourite; I learned how to make this simple dish years ago from a Swiss friend and keep forgetting about it - nice to see it being served, and it was just the right seasoning here.

Unfortunately the veggie entre was yet more pasta, which Disney seems to offer at its parks in the US as well everywhere, and which gets a little tiresome. I did fill up mainly on the starters here.

There is also a dessert buffet, which had numerous items (about a dozen choices, ranging from tortes to mousse to cakes) and had a few chocolate items as well. I had some sort of 'rice dream' dish that I recall (looked like creme brulee but was more like rice pudding underneath) My only comment here is that for some reason the dessert buffets at DLRP require that one takes a plastic spoon - the server doesn't bring a dessert spoon and fork. Eating from a plastic spoon in a table service location just seems a little odd!

Overall this gets a 8/10 from me - ambience was good, service was good and unobtrusive, but the boring veggie entre choice results in the lower grade from me.
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We had my DD's 4th birthday lunch here.

The inside theming is beautiful . You do feel like you are in a palace and there are little touches of Cinderella everywhere. Even the plates have the little mice from Cinderella on them.

We all ate from the starter buffet which had a selection of cold meats and salads and bread rolls.
Our main courses - Salmon , Steak , Seasonal speciality-Red Mullet were all well cooked and well presented.
My only downside as with all of DLRP were the kid's selection which had the usual - Fish shapes , chicken nuggets and our usual choice -pasta.

The dessert buffet had fresh fruit (another unusual sight in DLRP)including a mix of berries which was really tasty as well as a huge selection of cakes and tarts.

We also had the Birthday cake which was beautifully presented and the richest chocolate cake I have ever tasted.

The castmember who was our server was the nicest CM I have ever encountered and she made a real fuss of our DD and her friend and insisted they drink their apple juice from the wine glasses to be big girls !

I will definitely be returning and would recommend it.
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Just returned from DLRP and ate here on Christmas Eve for lunch.

Very happy with the table allocated which had the Cinderella coach right outside the window - our room was also the most beautiful with a lovely vaulted ceiling and open fireplace.

There was a buffet for starters, which wasn't that fantastic with a selection of rolls, spicy meats and pickles (DD refused to touch - you notice a theme coming on??), but we thought it was OK. Our male server was lovely (in manner but also very cute!) He advised that there was an extra selection on the main menu, which was a meat (like chicken) - maybe turkey - still wasn't sure when it arrived but was nice - stuffed with mushrooms and maybe chestnuts as well - the photos don't make it look particularly appetising. DD much happier with her selection from the kid's menu - plain chicken steak and chips and plenty of tomato sauce.

DD chose a Cinderella slipper for dessert - didn't eat it all but looked very nice - we chose from the dessert buffert and had the berry cheesecake which was really good. Our server took a photo of all 3 of us together and had a bit of fun wearing DD's Stitch santa hat.

Overall, it was a very positive experience and would definitley choose this one again.

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. . . Overall, it was a very positive experience and would definitley choose this one again.
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We went to this restaurant on Sunday, as a special treat for my DD as she was celebrating her 15th birthday, which isn't technically until the 30th April. I've not tried the restaurant before so can't compare it, however the food was good, and we had a great table right where the Princesses twirl round with the Prince which was nice. Girls are given tiaras and the boys a sword, which I thought was a lovely touch. The two mice were out when we went in, then after a bit they were called away to attend to the cooking. DD was delighted when Belle (her favourite) came out with Cinderella, as we had assumed it would just be Cinderella!

here is the menu.

We both had the salmon for the starter, which was lovely, DD is vegetarian but she does eat fish.

For the main course I had the veal, I like my meat well done and asked if it was cooked, I was told it was. It did seem to be faintly tinged pink on the inside but it was so yummy that I just kept going

DD had the pasta, which was also yummy (I tried a bit).

Having seen photos of the Cinderella Slipper this pudding is slightly different in that it was a white chocolate slipper on a plate with a '15' chocolate balanced on the top, then a separate chocolate basket 'tower' filled with mousse, and a strawberry meringue thing and a little pile of chopped fresh fruit stuff, all very yummy. Photos are further down.

Down sides were that our table rocked, which they sorted when I pointed it out, and I had to ask 3 times for some cutlery so that I could eat my meal! I wasn't offered any wine either, not that I particularly wanted any, it would have been nice to be offered it, that's all. Service was quite slow, but that didn't bother us as we weren't in any hurry anyway, and wanted to enjoy the ambience. They also brought out a birthday cake for DD and sang to her, which I suppose is an upside, except that we didn't order a cake (we actually refused one when we were offered it when we reserved!). Anyway it was quickly taken away when I said, not before we sneaked in a photo of her with it, along with the Fairy Godmother

The CMs were very good at ensuring the children stayed at their tables, and the Princesses moved round the room, though as usual they didn't bother with us (other than a wave) being as we are "adults"

(We find that this is the case with everything). We did persuade our waiter to give us a tiara each though

We wouldn't eat there again, mainly due to cost, it was a nice treat for a birthday, but in future we would rather eat at Annettes for half the price!

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Sounds like a lovely meal - How did you find the choice on the menu? Were there more options than shown at the moment on DLPfood?

I'm suprised they didn't come over and give you the chance of a princess photo Did your DD not mind, being an old lady of almost 15 now?

Fun to get a pic with a cake, must've been a bit of a shock though.
I will come back to see the pics another time though as they wont load on my ancient computer.
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Sounds like a lovely meal - How did you find the choice on the menu? Were there more options than shown at the moment on DLPfood?

I'm suprised they didn't come over and give you the chance of a princess photo Did your DD not mind, being an old lady of almost 15 now?

Fun to get a pic with a cake, must've been a bit of a shock though.
I will come back to see the pics another time though as they wont load on my ancient computer.
The menu was exactly as shown on the foodguide, there did not seem to be an alternative, we were shown the menu before we entered the restaurant however, and warned about the price.

DD wasn't bothered about a photo, had she been then I'd have called Belle over, then again we were in the perfect spot for her to take some lovely photos of Belle and the Prince!
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For the purpose of the notes I am writing in my photo album, can anyone tell me which mouse is Suzy and which one is Perla?
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perla has a pink dress.
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Auberge de Cendrillon Character Meal - 12/4/07

Auberge de Cendrillon Character Meal - 12/4/07

We had not intended eating at this restaurant this trip as we had eaten here last year and wanted to try different table service restaurants this time, however, thanks to this board we read that it had now been changed to a Princess character meal and thought Wow!!!! DD (7) is so Disney Princess mad that we thought we just had to eat there. We are aware that she may grow out of the Princess stage at some point and so needed to do it now whilst she would benefit most from it.
We looked at the menu on our first day in the park and decided even with the high price it would be worth it so booked for 12.30 on our last day in the park. We told DD but warned her that her favourite Princess Belle may not be there. She just kept saying I can’t believe I’m going to lunch with the Princesses.
On the day DD was wearing her Belle dress and tiara brought with us from home. We entered the restaurant and were immediately greeted. DD was given a crown to make herself –2 packs of jewels to stick onto it. The boys were being given swords. We were shown to our table by the window which had Cinderella’s coach outside.
The adult menu was as on DLP Food guides:
2 choices of cocktail
Foie gras or smoked salmon
Veal, Fish or Pasta
Cinderella’s slipper
With wine and water included.

The children’s menu was:
Suzy and Perlas baby kebabs- Tomato and Mozarella Cheese
Chicken or Fish Candy or Tortellini
Cinderella’s slipper
Included was a drink of either orange juice, water or milk

More about the food later………………..

The children’s menu had a picture of Cinderella’s mice on the back to colour in and space for autographs.

The cocktails were brought immediately along with DD’s orange juice.
We had only just received our starters when the clock chimed 12 and a story began about Suzy and Perla 2 mice who liked playing and like all little girls dreamed of being Princesses.
Suzy and Perla then appeared playing between tables and then started visiting each table individually. Only one seemed to visit each but I suppose this depends how many tables are occupied.
The Fairy Godmother then appeared complete with wand and again visited each table.
She sat down to talk to DD and asked her if she was having a good holiday and what she was enjoying.
Suzy and Perla were then called away to greet the guests of honour and Sleeping Beauty and Prince Philip, Ariel and Eric and Snow White and Prince appeared. Music started and they started dancing in the area of the restaurant where the buffet used to be and all the children and a lot of adults had left their tables to watch.
When they had finished dancing some children were waiting for autographs and photos but we asked if they came to the tables and were told that they visited each table so we sat back down to eat.
The first Royal couple to visit us were Sleeping Beauty and Philip. Again they chatted with DD as well as posing for photos and signing autographs. They asked what rides she’d been on and how long she was staying for.
We continued eating and realised the Princesses were making their way out. Ariel was just passing by our table so DD said Hello Ariel and so she stopped and said to Eric just one more. DD got out of her seat and chatted with her and got photos and then kissed Eric.

We didn’t get to see Snow White at all but again I suppose it depends on how many tables are occupied. I hope that if a child has a particular favourite who is there they can ask for that Princess to visit their table. DD wasn’t at all disappointed that Belle wasn’t there but may have been if she had been in the room and not come to talk to her.
The Princesses then went away and we were left to finish our meal. As we were drinking coffee the story started again and the mice appeared. I told DD that she had had her turn and that there were children who had not yet seen them. I’m not sure what would have happened if we had sat there for longer if the characters would have visited again or missed us out.

Now to the food:

Adult Meal-
Both DH and I ordered the non alcoholic cocktails.
DH ordered Foie Gras and I had the salmon. Both were delicious with lots of bread.
We both then had the Veal. This is not something either of us would normally order but we didn’t fancy the fish and the pasta seemed too ordinary. It was absolutely delicious with a light sauce. It was served with potatoes which were delicious and what they describe as Forgotten Vegetables- a mixture of unusual vegetables.
We then had the Cinderella’s slipper – a white chocolate slipper (Ive read somewhere that it had a chocolate 15 on it but ours didn’t) with a chocolate basket filled with chocolate mousse, a pink macaroon and mixture of fruit. It was yummy but very rich and chocolaty.
We were given the choice of red, white or rose wine and there was a bottle of water on the table. We also had coffee which was served with yet another chocolate.

Children’s Meal-
The starter was 2 kebabs of tomatoes and mozzarella cheese served with a green salad and yoghurt dip. DD didn’t like it as she doesn’t like tomatoes and didn’t like the cheese. She would have eaten the salad but it had dressing on. She did have some of DHs Foie Gras though which she really liked.
She then chose the chicken which was served with a mushroom sauce, mashed potatoes and again the Forgotten Vegetables. She loved this and eat it all.
She then had the Slipper which was the same as the adult one except it had strawberry mousse in the basket instead of chocolate.

A child on the next table had the fish candy which seemed to be filo pastry shaped like a cracker (I assume with fish pieces inside) It was served with rice and green beans.

Although the price is high I would say it is well worth it for both the food and experience.
The whole experience was fantastic. We felt the characters spent time with us rather than just a quick photo. The meal itself was wonderful and what I would class as proper French food.
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My daughter (8) and I had lunch at Auberge de Cendrillon on Mon 7th Jan 2008. It was a brilliant meal and experience and well worth every penny. I would highly recommend it.

We had made our reservation by ringing ‘Restaurant Reservations’ before we left the UK.
Our table was booked for 11.45 as I wanted to get in and seated before things started at 12. I hadn’t told my daughter that she would see any princesses, she had chosen the restaurant because it was the only one she could have the Cinderella Slipper desert.

We arrived at 11.40 and went to take pics near Cinderella’s coach in the courtyard before going in to the restaurant. The waiter went to show us to a table to the left but, thanks to advice on here, I asked if it would be possible to sit to the right instead. It was no problem probably because we were the first in the restaurant. I made the most of the restaurant being empty and took plenty of pics much to the waitresses amusement. The Christmas decorations were still up and it all looked lovely.

Our table was next to the throne and right next to the dance floor, I couldn’t have chosen better!
We had a brilliant waitress, nothing was too much trouble she really added to the total experience. When she brought our menus over I told Jaci, who had gone wearing her Aroura dress, that it was a princess meal and a princess would come out to meet everyone. She was so excited as not meeting any princesses was the one thing she had missed out on during our 1st trip.

When the waitress came to take our order we hadn’t fully decided so she did the drinks first. I quite liked the sound of both cocktails so couldn’t decide and asked Jaci whether I should have a Cinderella (non-alcoholic) or Prince (alcoholic) on she chose Cinderella for me. The waitress had heard the conversation and asked Jaci if she would like a cocktail as well. So we both had Cinderella cocktails, and they were lovely.

The starter is a set choice.
The children’s starter is sliced tomatoes and mozzarella balls with dressing. Jaci liked the mozzarella but isn’t a huge fan of tomato so just ate some of the bread.

The adults starter ‘Three fairies Favourites’ had 3 parts: salmon with a herb cream, baby tomato sliced and layered with mozzarella slices and foie gras on chutney with bread. I don’t eat salmon and wasn’t keen on the foie gras but the rest was very nice.

While we were eating our starters the music and announcement came at 12 that Suzy and Perla invited us to dine with the princesses, and then out Suzy and Perla came out to meet everyone. The interaction with all the characters at the Auberge was brilliant and didn’t feel rushed at all, even when the restaurant was busier all the characters took plenty of time with everyone.

Suzy and Perla were great and got Jaci to spin round so they could admire her dress and danced with her as well as photos and autographs, she loved it. There were a few more families in now but still pretty quiet so there was plenty of time for Suzy and Perla walking around to keep waving etc.

I am a pretty slow eater but with all the interaction going on was even slower still. So we were still eating our starters when they made the announcement that the princesses were arriving and said it was going to be Princess Aroura and Prince Philip. Jaci was thrilled as Aroura is her favourite princess. When they came in it was Aroura and Prince Philip but also Cinderella and Snow White. Cinderella and Snow white went to the left of the restaurant and Aroura and Philip came to the dance floor and were dancing together next to our table. Jaci was absolutely spellbound I don’t think she even blinked. When their dance finished they came straight to our table to see Jaci. They chatted to Jaci and had no problem talking in English. Jaci had a huge smile but went very quiet and shy, I think it just blew her away but they really put her at ease and she loved it.

Once Aroura and Philip had been to all the tables in our area they came back over and were dancing again. While they were dancing Cinderella came to our table and was really friendly, Jaci wasn’t shy this time and chatted happily with her and gave her a kiss.
Next Snow White came over and was lovely too and gave Jaci a big hug and chatted with her. The smile on Jaci’s face said it all, she was completely entranced by the interaction with everyone and was so happy.

After this I finally finished my starter and then our main courses arrived.
Jaci had chosen the chicken. It was grilled chicken breast with mushroom sauce in a pot, mashed potatoes and vegetables. It was really nice and she ate it all.

I had chosen the Veal. It came with a morel mushroom sauce (diff to the children’s sauce), potatoes au gratin, they had a creamy cheese flavour round the potato, and vegetables. It was absolutely delicious. I’d never tried veal before but I wanted to try something different and it was really nice.

While we were eating our main course the princesses and mice were still walking around chatting and waving. Then they went and were gone about 20 mins. There were now quite a few more families in although still empty tables. We enjoyed the rest of our main course and when our waitress came back to clear the table I asked if it would be ok to have a Prince’s cocktail so I could try both and that I would happily pay the extra for it. She said of course I could and wouldn’t need to pay extra and asked Jaci if she would like another cocktail too. She said yes please as she’d loved the first one. So I had a Prince one and Jaci had a 2nd Cinderella one. I let her try a sip of mine and she liked it too.

While we were drinking the cocktails it was 1pm and the music and announcement came again for Suzy and Perla. They came to the table again and Jaci danced with Suzy (the mouse in the teal dress). Then our deserts arrived, also a set choice.
The children’s desert is ‘Cinderella’s slipper’. It was a white chocolate slipper with a lid with a pic of Cinderella on it, a mini fruit and marshmallow kebab with chocolate sauce and a thick strawberry drink with a candy floss top and chocolate straw. Jaci loved it all except the strawberry drink and said the rest was delicious.

The adult’s desert is ‘Cinderella’s delight’. I don’t know all the proper names but it was a chocolate tart in pastry with a white choc leaf, mixed red fruits with cream, a caramel creamy mouse topped with brown sugar and some redcurrants. All delicious.

While we were eating desert the princesses came out again. The same ones as the first time and Aroura and Philip danced next to the table again. Jaci sat thrilled again in her seat swaying to the music. None of the princesses came back to our table, which was fair enough as there were lots of people in the restaurant who hadn’t met them yet. They all waved and blew kisses as they went past though. It was enough for Jaci though she loved just being in the same room with them.

Just as we were finishing desert the pro photographer was taking pics with the princesses near the throne. Jaci got her pic taken while she sat on the throne with Aroura stood one side and Philip stood the other, which we went to buy after as it was a lovely pic.

When our waitress saw we’d finished desert she bought Jacinta over a princess wand to keep, when she cleared the table. The princesses and mice were just going in so we waved goodbye then we put our coats on. We took a last couple of pics and headed out at 1.55pm.
We’d been there for 2hr 10min and hadn’t felt rushed at all. It was worth every min and every penny as it was an absolutely delicious meal and a magical experience.

It was 75 euros (child 20e + adult 55e) plus a 10 euro tip for our waitress who was so great.
I would defiantly go back again!

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