Breakfast is returning to Cinderella’s Royal Table in Walt Disney World on August 27th. Today was when reservations could begin to be made and now we have a look at the breakfast menu from the Walt Disney World site.
The price is $42 (plus tax) for each adult and $27 (plus tax) for each child.
Let’s Take a look!
- Assorted Breakfast Pastries
Traditional Breakfast – Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Bacon, and Potatoes
Baked Quiche – Goat Cheese, Spinach, and Mushroom Quiche with a dollop of Goat Cheese Cream served with Arugula and Roasted Bell Peppers
Royal Avocado Toast – Multigrain Toast, Plant-based Eggs and Cheese, Avocado, Radish, and Jalapeños (Plant-based)
Shrimp and Grits – Smoked Gouda Cheese Grits, Tomato Jam, Fried Egg, Buttered Shrimp, and Garlic Baguette
Beef Tenderloin and Egg – Potatoes and Cheese Frittata with Broccolini, Boursin® Cheese Sauce, and Chive Oil
Caramel Apple-stuffed French Toast – Decadent French Toast stuffed with Sweet Cream Cheese and Spiced Apples drizzled with Caramel Sauce and served with Bacon
Kids Entrées (choose 1)
Fruit and Seed Oatmeal – Served with choice of two (2) Selections and choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small Minute Maid® Apple Juice
Mickey-shaped Waffle – Served with choice of two (2) Selections and choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small Minute Maid® Apple Juice
Assorted Cold Cereals – served with milk and choice of two (2) Selections and choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small Minute Maid® Apple Juice
Kids’ Create-Your-Own Selections (choose two)
- Yogurt Parfait
- Turkey Sausage
- Seasonal Fruit
- Home Fries
- Pork Sausage
They also offer multiple beverage options. You can view the menu HERE.
Lunch and Dinner has been available for awhile now as well.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: Walt Disney World
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