How Much is Cinderella’s Royal Table?

by | May 15, 2022 | Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World Food, WDW Blog

Ah, the cost of being royal for a day. There’s the adoring fans, opulent outfits, and … on second thought, maybe we could get used to this.

Many Disney fans consider dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table a must-do. But is the one-of-a-kind experience worth a royal pain in your wallet? 

In this guide, we’ll answer the question that’s on everyone’s mind: How much is Cinderella’s Royal Table? We’ll also break down the menu pricing and perks of fairy tale dining.

Cinderella’s Royal Table Reservations 

Cinderella's Royal Table signage.

Photo by Laurie Sapp

This is the hottest ticket at Magic Kingdom, so scoring a table at Cinderella’s Royal Table won’t be easy. 

Once you have your trip date and advance dining reservation window marked on your calendar, you have a couple of options when it comes to booking:

POV: You’re the designated Disney World vacation planner for your family and your kid has their heart set on brunching with Cinderella. 

That’s a lot of pressure, friend. 

Let’s try and take away some of that trip planning anxiety for you. Read our complete guide to Cinderella’s Royal Table reservations for booking tips and strategies.

Cinderella’s Royal Table Cost

Pre-pandemic, a dinner for a family of four would cost $240 before tax and gratuity. That breaks down to $75 per adult and $45 per child (ages 3-9). And that doesn’t include the added cost of alcoholic beverages. 

Needless to say, dining among royalty definitely comes at a high cost. 

Are you an Annual Passholder? Huzzah! You’ll receive a 10% discount when you eat at Cinderella’s Royal Table. 

COVID-19 Brings Changes To Cinderella’s Royal Table

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the temporary removal of character dining experiences, Cinderella’s Royal Table lowered its prices. 

As of May 2022, the current cost of dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table is as follows:

  • Breakfast
    • $42 per adult, plus tax and gratuity
    • $27 per child, plus tax and gratuity
  • Lunch & Dinner
    • $62 per adult, plus tax and gratuity
    • $37 per child, plus tax and gratuity

Cinderella’s Royal Table Perks

Dining among Disney royalty isn’t cheap, but it does come with perks that help offset the cost. 

Perk #1: Cinderella’s Royal Table Characters

Meet Cinderella at Cinderella's Royal Table.

Photo Courtesy of Disney Parks Blog.

Your royal feast begins with, what else? A photo op with Cinderella herself! You’ll find her in the first-floor foyer waiting to greet her guests. As a gracious hostess should. 

Then, you’ll ascend the spiral staircase and find your table in the grand banquet hall. When the trumpet sounds, your magical meet-and-greets will begin.

Cinderella has chosen the guest list (her name is on the castle after all) and invited her fellow Disney Princesses: Ariel, Snow White, Jasmine, and Aurora.

During your meal, the princesses will visit your table and pose for photographs. They may even give you an autograph! Make sure you have your camera, autograph book, and pen (very important!) in hand, so you don’t miss out. 

Note: At the time of publishing, character dining is still unavailable at Cinderella’s Royal Table due to COVID-19 restrictions. 

Perk #2: Decor Like Only Disney Can Do


Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

No one does details like Disney and this castle is full of ’em. 

Cinderella’s Royal Table is big on medieval vibes. Tapestries and coats of arms hang on the walls. Topiaries are blooming with roses.

Admire the stained glass windows as you climb the spiral staircase to the second floor. 

In the dining room, the high ceilings are adorned with flags and the windows are accented with more stained glass. 

Everything from the elegant archways to the antique-looking lighting fixtures is designed to make you feel like you’ve left the familiar atmosphere of a theme park and entered another realm. It feels good to be royal, doesn’t it?

Perk #3: See Magic Kingdom From A Different View 

View of Fantasyland with Cinderella Castle in the background.

It all comes down to location, location, location. And this restaurant is located in an authentic Disney weenie. (If you know, you know.)

By day, enjoy fairy tale dining with an enchanting view of Fantasyland and Prince Charming’s carousel. By evening, you’ll have a spectacular vantage point to watch the nighttime spectacular.

Picture it. Imagine watching the fireworks from inside the castle. At a window seat. While you finish your Clock Strikes Twelve dessert. “Hey Disney, add this to my bucket list.

Perk #4: Being Inside Cinderella Castle


Photo by Tatjana Lazar

You’re not just having lunch in any ol’ castle. No. You get to go inside THE Castle. One of the most famous and recognizable castles in the world.

A castle so iconic, you’re probably using a photo of it as your Zoom background.

Until you get the keys to the Cinderella Castle Suite*, a reservation at Cinderella’s Royal Table is the closest you’ll get to living like Disney royalty.

*Psst! Wanna peek inside the suite? Pick up a copy of our Once Upon A Time issue for a photo tour. 

Is Tip Included at Cinderella’s Royal Table?

Yes! The tip is included in the total you’ll pay per person. 

With the gratuity taken care of, you can focus on feasting and capturing those priceless character interactions with your camera. 

Is Cinderella’s Royal Table All-You-Can-Eat?

Nope. Cinderella’s Royal Table isn’t all-you-can-eat. Instead, it operates on a prix fixe menu. That means you can indulge in a multi-course meal at a fixed price.

You can have your pick of Appetizers of the Court, Entrées Royale, and Finales (desserts) all for one set price.

Cinderella’s Royal Table Menu

Cinderella's Royal Table branded champagne flutes

Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

As guests of Cinderella, meals in the castle are served as follows:

  • Breakfast – 8:00 AM to 10:15 AM
  • Lunch – 11:00 AM to 2:55 PM
  • Dinner – 3:00 PM to 10:30 PM

Beverages of the Court (like fountain drinks) are included in the cost of your meal. Alcoholic options are an additional charge. Cinderella’s chefs are happy to offer allergy-friendly alternatives to the standard menu items if requested.

Breakfast Menu

At breakfast, adults have their choice of six Entrées Royale:

  • Traditional Breakfast (Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Bacon, and Potatoes)
  • Baked Quiche
  • Royal Avocado Toast
  • Shrimp and Grits
  • Beef Tenderloin and Egg
  • Caramel Apple-stuffed French Toast

Kids’ breakfasts include one entrée and a choice of two create-your-own selections:

  • Egg White Frittata
  • Fruit and Seed Oatmeal
  • Mickey-shaped Waffle
  • Assorted Cold Cereals
  • Plus two create-your-own selections
    • Yogurt Parfait, Turkey Sausage, Seasonal Fruit, Bacon, Home Fries, Pork Sausage

See the full breakfast menu.

Lunch and Dinner Menu

Whether dining for lunch or dinner, adult guests will choose:

  • One Appetizer of the Court
  • One Entrée Royale
  • One Finale (dessert)
Fish dish served at Cinderella's Royal Table.

Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

Kid’s meals are offered in a Create-Your-Own style. That includes a choice of:

  • One appetizer 
  • One entrée with a choice of two selections (Seasonal Vegetables, Rice Pilaf, Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Corn)
  • One Finale (dessert)

Menu highlights include the Charcuterie (a selection of cured meats, Castle pickles, and other accompaniments) and The Clock Strikes Twelve mousse. 

See the full lunch menu.

See the full dinner menu.

Cinderella’s Royal Table … Will You Splurge Or Skip It?

So now that you know the cost of feasting like a prince(ss) and the perks of fairy tale dining, will you be booking your reservations post-haste?

And if you have eaten at Cinderella’s Royal Table before, did you think the benefits were worth the splurge? We’d love to hear more about your experience over on our Facebook page!

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Natasha is a brand copywriter, storyteller, and unapologetic pop culture lover. As a ’90s kid who lived in great fear of the Disney Vault, Disney+ is the childhood dream she always wished would come true.
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