Cinderella royal table

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Reviews' started by Vickie46, May 2, 2012.

  1. Vickie46

    Vickie46 DIS Veteran

    Sep 26, 2000
    Can anyone tell me which they prefer at CRT? What is the Lunch and Dinner Choices? Are they good? We have had breakfast there about 8 years ago and it was very good... I know its been forever so I would like to hear more. thanks!
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  3. PrincessPaczki

    PrincessPaczki Mom of 2 Prince's

    Apr 1, 2006
    Hi! I would like to know this also. We are helping a friend with their resies for the castle and was wondering the same. :goodvibes
  4. mcgypsy

    mcgypsy Mouseketeer

    Sep 9, 2006
    My kids and I both prefer the dinner, but had always loved the character interaction better at breakfast and lunch. Now that the character stuff has changed and is the same at all three meals, I would definitely go for dinner - especially if you're using dining plan credits since all 3 meals are 2 credits!
  5. RealBlast3

    RealBlast3 Mouseketeer

    Mar 28, 2012
    I think the dinner is better than the lunch myself. I had the fish last year for lunch - it was in a tomato sauce I think, and I didn't really like it. But back in 2005, I had the lamb for dinner and really loved it.
  6. cjallen

    cjallen Earning My Ears

    May 7, 2012
    I would recommend dinner over lunch if possible. The characters do feel a bit more rushed at dinner but they are always fun and the meal options are much better and are a much better value, especially if you are using DDP.
  7. Deesknee

    Deesknee <font color=blue>When we were kids (long time ago)

    May 10, 2004
    I was just looking at a menu I found online and it lists for lunch off the adult menu 1 vegetarian dish, 2 fish dishes, 1 pork dish. It seems to offer no beef or chicken dish. Does anyone know if that is correct? Thanks. I had researched this previously and could swear they offered a chicken pasta goat cheese dish, but I don't see it now. (of course I just scored a lunch ADR).
  8. grammimouse

    grammimouse Mouseketeer

    May 8, 2011
    Let me get this straight , please.:confused3 If you have dinner at CRT-

    1. uses 2 TS credits per person

    2. need to secure with CC before hand ( for total price)

    3. pictures are included in the ressie cost ?

    Thought about bringing DGD , but want to know what I am getting into beforehand. Thanks for your help.
  9. ChristineOH

    ChristineOH Mouseketeer

    Apr 5, 2012
    Yes on #1 and #3. I think yes on #2, but things on that have changed a bit in the last year. As for pictures, you get one package for the first 1-4 people in your party, another for 5-8, etc. We had a party of 5 and got two packages. We did a family photo and one of just our daughter, which was nice.

    And for OP, we went for dinner, and the filet, mashed potatoes, and asparagus were very good. My husband and I enjoyed our meal, even though it really was all about being at the castle.
  10. SnapesGirl

    SnapesGirl Mouseketeer

    Jul 11, 2011
    We went last month for dinner. Both my mom and I had the beef dish. I found mine to have a little too much fat for my liking & not enough meat. the mashed potatoes we a bit dry. But the overall taste was ok. Not the best meal I had, but definitely not the worst. And meeting the princesses was great!
  11. wish_upon_a_star35

    wish_upon_a_star35 Mouseketeer

    Mar 17, 2010
    We just had an AWESOME experience at CRT! We went for dinner. We had a late reservation (9:35) but it worked out great. We were seated RIGHT at the window and had the most magical time watching the fireworks!!

    I had the shrimp cocktail for my appetizer, the seafood pasta and the dessert trio! I thought the food was very good. Much better than the princess dining at Epcot IMHO. The also had some diet pomegranite lemonade!! Oooh it was delicious.

    The princesses actually spent a great deal of time with us. Snow White even kissed my little girl on the forehead!! pixiedust:

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