When we stayed at Disney World, we were on a dining plan and actually enjoyed all of our table service meals. These next posts will be ALL about Disney dining.
We had the character breakfast at Crystal Palace. We didn’t go there for the food. We were there to see Winnie the Pooh and friends and to take advantage of the early reservations. This gave us access to Magic Kingdom before the park opened for great photo opportunities!
The food was mostly standard breakfast buffet fare. What stood out in my mind were the Mickey waffles and breakfast lasagne (warm trifle cake with fruit and Bavarian cream). Those are must-haves!
For our daughter, we mentioned her allergies to our server and was informed that the manager would come and walk us through what’s safe for her to eat. Service overall was good except for that wait. I think it took 20 minutes before he showed up. By then we’ve already laid out some dry cereal (Fruit Loops) for her to munch on.
Once we’ve discussed her food allergies and what she’s interested in eating, we settled on a bowl of fruit, Van’s Waffles and bacon (her favourite). It’s too bad Mickey waffles aren’t dairy-free. I would’ve like for her to try them.
The overall experience was good. Kay’s face lit up like never before with each of the characters. It was only then I truly understood the power and effect of Disney. It really is a magical place once I saw it through her eyes.
happy-tummy-ometer : 3.5 out of 5 “Can I have more bacon?”