Magic Kingdom

When you’re at the Magic Kingdom, you can really work up an appetite having fun! Fortunately the magic continues right at the table with plenty table service options to suit any taste and refuel the body.

B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner, S – Snack
$ – under $15, $$ – $15 – $35, $$$ – $35 – $60, $$$$ – $60 and up
* estimated prices per person, per meal

  • Cinderella’s Royal Table – This enchanting restaurant is nestled into Cinderella Castle under a domed ceiling with Gothic arches and the windows feature beautiful views of the Magic Kingdom. Cinderella greets guests in the lobby before they enter the dining room. For breakfast, traditional American fare is offered. The Lunch and Dinner menus feature savory dishes for adults such as oven-roasted chicken breast and slow cooked short rib. Kids will find favorites such as chicken nuggets on their menu, in addition to more adventurous dishes like turkey pot pie. B L D $$$

Crystal Palace

  • The Crystal Palace – Modeled after Victorian greenhouses, complete with tropical plants and topiaries, diners are bathed in light. Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, and Piglet greet, entertain, and delight diners at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This restaurant features all-you-care-to-eat buffets with stations such as made-to-order omelets for breakfast and carved sirloin and rotisserie chicken for dinner. B L D $$-$$$
  • Liberty Tree Tavern – Colonial America comes to life with delicious home cooking, wood panel details, mementos inspired by American greats such as Betsy Ross, Benjamin Franklin, and George Washington. Order tasty soups, sandwiches and entrees from the a-la-carte from the lunch menu. For dinner enjoy a family style feast in the spirit of Thanksgiving complete with roasted turkey, pork tenderloin and roast beef paired with sides such as mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and macaroni & cheese. L D $$-$$$
  • The Plaza Restaurant – Right off of Main Street, U.S.A., this restaurant is a real treat with an elegant, Art Nouveau inspired interior and views of Cinderella Castle from the windows. The fair is simple and delicious with a focus on sandwiches like the Grilled Rueben or Plaza Club and salads such as the Chicken Strawberry Salad. Try an old fashioned banana split or ice cream sundae for dessert! L D $$
  • Tony’s Town Square – This Italian treasure is inspired by Disney’s Lady and the Tramp. Decor is classic turn of the century, and you’ll find the two pups of the movie in pictures decorating the walls. All of your classic Italian favorites such as spaghetti & meatballs, chicken parmigiana, and flatbread pizzas fill the menu. The restaurant also has limited balcony seating with wonderful views of Town Square. If you time it just right, you may even see a parade go by while you dine! L D $$-$$$
  • Be Our Guest Restaurant* -Join Belle and the Beast inside Beast’s enchanted castle at Magic Kingdom’s newest restaurant in New Fantasyland. The fare is delightfully French inspired, with plenty of light and more savory dishes to please guests. The lunch menu is brimming with tasty salads, sandwiches, and soups. At dinner start with an appetizer such as Mussels Provencal, then follow with an entre such as Rotisserie Cornish Hen or Pan-seared Salmon on Leek Fondue. Desserts such as a Lemon-Raspberry Cream Puff or Triple Chocolate Cupcake with satisfy any sweet tooth. L D $-$$

* While this restaurant is classified as a Quick Service Spot it doubles as a Table Service restaurant as well. Lunches are more in the Quick Service Style while dinners are sit-down. Reservations are available and recommended for dinner.