We were at Disney 7 days, using the dining plan, and we loved the food! Here are some quick reviews of table service places. We were a party of 5, me, DH, my mom (DM) and our DS 4 and DD 7. Chef Mickey's 7/26 dinner: We loved Chef Mickey's! I was expecting the worst as far as a buffet feeding so many people, but it was well maintained and the food was delicious. I had the corn and chicken chowder, peel and eat shrimp, prime rib, teriyaki chicken, orange glazed carrots, and stir fry veggies. It was all delicious. My kids were so tired and dehydrated I think they only ate two bites of mac and cheese and drank about 5 juice boxes in a row, so not much to review there. My mom is diabetic and found plenty she could eat on the buffet. My DH is very picky, but liked the oriental chicken. For dessert I had a key lime tart, a cheesecake with a blueberry on top, and a Mickey dome (chocolate fudge on top of an oreo, with chocolate wafer ears). My mom and I thought it was delicious, the kids didn't care one way or the other because they were so into the characters, which were wonderful, and DH thought it was okay, which is high praise from him. Sci Fi Dine In July 27 - lunch This place was so cute! We were charmed by the decor, and the kids got their driver's licenses, which they loved. DD (7) had the veggie and dip appetizer, chicken fingers and fries, and they let us get a chocolate shake for her dessert. We also paid for a drink with a glow cube separately. DS (4) had the fruit and dip appetizer, chicken fingers and fired, and chocolate shake and a drink and glow cube. Both kids were starving and devoured the meal, so that was a good review from them. DH had the onion rings appetizer, hamburger and fries, and a chocolate shake as dessert. He said it was really good, but there were too many onion rings for him, even sharing with us. DM had the mixed greens as an appetizer, and the smoked ham sandwich with cucumber melon salad, and chocolate tart as dessert. She said it was delicious, and she had not expected to like the cucumber melon salad, but she did. She gave the tart to my DD, and I had a bite and it was wonderful. I had the chips and spinach/artichoke dip, chicken ceaser salad and apple crisp. It was all good, but not really wonderful. The salad had hardly any dressing. The spinach dip was as good as I've had elsewhere, but no better. The tart was not so good, it was kind of bland. So definitely not my favorite, but not a bad meal at all. This was DH's favorite, tied with Le Cellier. Le Cellier - July 28 - dinner DD had the kid's salad, pasta with tomato sauce, and s'mores dessert. She loved everything, and even sang a little song later about how she had such a good dinner. She loved the s'mores dessert! DS had the same thing, and liked it but was so tired and not really interested in eating. I had the cheese soup, the mushroom filet mignon, and the strawberries and balsamic ice cream dessert. The soup was delicious, but way too rich for me to finish the whole thing. My steak was wonderful, the risotto that came with was perfect, and I loved every bite. The dessert was wonderful, very light and not too sweet. I wasn't sure what to expect, but it was a real treat. DH had the grilled beef tenderloin kebab appetizer, the New York strip, which he requested with no veal glaze, and a chocolate moose. He liked the kebab, loved the steak, but disliked the potatoes that came with it. He ate the cookie under the moose, but nothing else. He liked it, but he has a favorite steak place and said it wasn't as good as his regular place. DM had the shrimp cocktail, New York strip minus the glaze, and the strawberries/balsamic ice cream dessert. She loved every bite. Cinderella's Royal Table - July 29 - breakfast I didn't expect much since we were there for the princesses, but the food was really good. The adults got a basket of delicious pastries (croissants, muffins, cinnamon rolls, with butter and strawberry jam), then a selection of eggs, bacon sausage and potato casserole or granola/yogurt. We all chose the traditional breakfast. It tasted fine, everything was hot and well cooked, not overdone. The pastries were delicious. The kids got a fruit cup, sausage, bacon and eggs. DD was too excited to eat much, but DS enjoyed his fruit and sausage. It was way too much food for everyone, but it was a very nice start to the day. July 30 - Perfectly Princess Tea This was amazing. Again, the emphasis was the atmosphere. DD got a plate of heart shaped sandwiches, ham and cheese and peanut butter, with grapes and apple juice. DM and I got tea sandwiches, chicken almond salad, egg salad, and seafood salad. I loved the seafood the chicken, the egg not so much, but DM loved the egg salad and chicken salad, and was not wild about the seafood. We got some cheese and lavosh crackers and some grapes, along with our tea. We were all still hungry afterwards, though! We also got a piece of delicious sponge cake, layered with strawberry mouse. It was the most delicious cake I have ever put in my mouth. All in all, with all the princessy stuff, it was worth the exorbitant price! July 31 - breakfast at 1900 Park Fare The buffet was good. We had cinnamon pecan rolls, eggs, bacon, Mickey waffles, and I tried the strawberry soup, which I didn't enjoy. I thought it tasted like melted strawberry ice cream. Everything was hot and delicious. The kids loved the kids sized buffet. We were so stuffed from breakast nobody wanted lunch! The characters were okay here. Alice was sick so they had Belle instead, and she was kind of awkward. The Mad Hatter was wonderful, Pooh and Tigger were too, and we saw Mary Poppins for a brief moment as we left, and she was very quiet and not so much fun. August 1 - breakfast at Crystal Palace We all agreed that this was the best meal of the entire trip, and will forever be the breakfast by which I measure all others. It had regular breakfast items, with delicious eggs, bacon, sausage, and character waffles, which the kids loved. We tried the corned beef frittata, which was good. The crowning jewels, however, were the breakfast lasagna, which I can only describe as fruity banana-y bread pudding, and the puffed cinnamon sugar french toast. My son ate three plates of the most delicious strawberries, and my daughter, despite being excited to see Piglet and Eeyore, ate and ate again. Again we didn't need any lunch this day. I dream of going back here some day! The characters here were wonderful, but we did have to wait a bit for them to get to our table. At all the other character meals, we had no wait for characters whatsoever, but Crystal Palace was extremely busy, and I can see why! I will be glad to answer any questions. And, for any parents whose kids like characters, character breakfasts are totally the way to go, in my opinion. First, if you get them early enough, you can bypass the waiting in line at the ticket readers and go right in, which saved us from a lot of whining, plus the characters come to you in air conditioning instead of you waiting in a hot line for them!