Citricos at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort to offer a Disney Princess dining experience

Nov 13, 2014 in "Citricos"

Posted: Thursday November 13, 2014 8:03am EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

Citricos at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort will be offering a Disney Princess breakfast and brunch during the refurbishment of Cinderella's Royal Table at the Magic Kingdom.

Available from January 8 2015, through to March 3 2015, the experience will be available to book for Walt Disney World Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members beginning December 3, with reservations open to all guests on December 4 2014.

According to the announcement on the Disney Parks Blog, Cinderella will be there to greet guests as they arrive, and the Disney princesses will visit each table for photos and autographs during the dining experience. Diners also can participate in an interactive “Magical Wishing Ceremony” with Cinderella and the Disney Princesses, with “wishing wands” and “wishing swords” for little ones.

Breakfast and brunch hours are 8am to 2:20pm, and cost is $49.99 for adults and $31.99 ages 3-9. The experience is on the Disney Dining Plan (2 entitlements). For reservations call 407-WDW-DINE. Online reservations and information will be available at a later date.

Cinderella's Royal Table at the Magic Kingdom will be closed for refurbishment from January 5 2015 to March 6 2015.

Cinderella’s Dining at Cítricos

Breakfast and Brunch with the Disney Princesses

Adult Menu

APPETIZERS OF THE COURT

Bakery Basket
Choice of One:

Garden Salad–Artisanal Greens, Endive, Roasted Carrots, Sugar Snap Peas, and
Marcona Almonds with Riesling Vinaigrette
Assorted Fresh Fruits

ENTRÉES ROYALE

Choice of One:

Traditional Breakfast–Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Bacon, and Twice-cooked Breakfast Potatoes

Scrambled Egg Whites, Hot Ten-Grain Cereal, Greek Yogurt topped with Granola,

Whole-Grain Bread, and Fresh Fruit

Steak and Slow-Poached Eggs with Twice-cooked Breakfast Potatoes and Wilted Spinach

Grilled Ham and Biscuit, Slow Poached Eggs topped with Sausage Gravy

Market-inspired Fish with Angel Hair Pasta, and Aromatic Tomato Sauce

Florida Shrimp with Creamy Cheddar Cheese and Smoked Bacon Grits

DESSERT TRIO

Beverages included:
Unlimited Coffee (regular/decaf), Iced Tea (regular/decaf),
Fountain Beverages, and Juices (Apple/Orange/Tomato)
One Specialty Beverage

Children’s Menu

APPETIZERS

Choice of One

Bite-size Cheddar Cheese and Grapes
Garden Salad
Fat-free Ranch Dressing

ENTRÉES

Choice of One

Turkey Pot Pie
Turkey Pot Pie topped with a Cheese Biscuit
Roasted Chicken Leg
Roasted Chicken Leg with Brown Rice Pilaf and Broccolini
Children’s Scrambled Eggs
Mickey-shaped Waffles
Steak
served with Mashed Potatoes and Sweet Corn

DESSERT TRIO

Beverages included:
Milk and Skim Milk
Fountain Beverages
Juices: Orange/Apple/Tomato
One Specialty Beverage

Specialty Beverage Selections

Adult Specialty Beverage Selection

Choice of One

Mimosa
Champagne
Seasoned & Spiced Tomato Juice with Vodka
Cappuccino
Latte
Espresso
Glass of Wine

Children’s Specialty Beverage Selection

Choice of One served in a Specialty Cup

Tink Drink
Lemonade, Orange Juice and Sprite
Strawberry Smoothie

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ford91exploderMar 14, 2015

I'm a realist I expect things to get worse and I'm rarely disappointed these days especially at WDW...

Andrew CMar 14, 2015

Guess which one you come across as recently on every thread. ;):D

ford91exploderMar 14, 2015

Kibbles-n-Bits too upscale, Now it serves "Canine Nutritional Ration - Food Service Pack" gotta watch the pennies you see.

ford91exploderMar 14, 2015

But it's FAR more PROFITABLE now, And after all that's all that matters to TWDC these days.

ford91exploderMar 14, 2015

That costs money and effort where a princess meet-n-greet is a license to print money with no efforts needed to maintain standards.

Grumpy1973Mar 14, 2015

I was told new carpet, paint, and some new furniture as well..

jakemanMar 13, 2015

Yum...tomatoes.

sshindelMar 13, 2015

Not all refurbs need to have upgrades associated with them. Routine maintenance is always needed and generally appreciated. Of course, I'm fairly certain that this refurb included the installation of the ability for you to experience (at a premium upcharge) the experience of being actual nobility in a medieval castle. The windows seats will be reserved for VIP packages, and will open, allowing you to throw your leftover food at the peasants below. You will get your own all-you-care-to-throw plates of mashed potatoes, boiling hot stews, and rotten tomatoes, all on a commemorative plate that you can keep (or throw itself if you choose to).

ToTBellHopMar 13, 2015

It's an aging building that needs lengthy maintenance every now and again just to stay functional. See also: POTC.

erclvrb18Mar 13, 2015

far more than just a bit... its a huge let down...

Red SoxMar 13, 2015

So the lengthy refurbishment resulted in little to no visible changes? That's a bit of a let down.

ToTBellHopMar 07, 2015

I assume it still serves Alpo and didn't decline by degrees to Kibbles n Bits.

erclvrb18Mar 07, 2015

erclvrb18Mar 07, 2015

if the picture I saw on Instagram is new then it does not look really any different from the waiting area to the ballroom .... sadly.............