The Princess Breakfast at Disneyland Paris was gifted to Well Travelled Munchkins by MagicBreaks.co.uk. All opinions, words and pictures are our own.
What is the Princess Breakfast at Disneyland Paris?
The Princess Breakfast at Disneyland Paris is an opportunity for you to have a one of a kind dining experience with some of your favourite Disney Princesses.
The Princess Breakfast is table service only, giving the experience a more formal feel helping to creating the type of atmosphere you might expect when visiting royalty – Disney royalty that is!
Add your own Princess Breakfast to your Disneyland Paris holiday when booking through MagicBreaks.co.uk on line or over the phone!
Where is the Princess Breakfast at Disneyland Paris?
The Princess Breakfast at Disneyland Paris is located at Auberge de Cendrillon. You can find the restaurant and its enchanted courtyard just to the right of Cinderella’s Castle.
You will also find the perfect backdrop to create some fairytale pictures of your very own!
Arriving and Dining
Make sure you arrive in plenty of time to have a look around, take some pictures outside and check in. Once checked in you will be held in a small reception area. Then each party will be called to their table one at a time. All very formal and certainly builds anticipation!
Once inside, the room feels like a wing of Cinderella’s Castle. The decor is to theme with frescos of the different Disney Princesses painted on the walls. We visited at Christmas time so there was a definite dusting of Christmas magic included too – all done very tastefully.
The tables were beautifully dressed in white linen and set for table service. The centre of the tables were adorned with cake stands filled with tasty French pastries, bread rolls, croissants, jams, honey and butter.
The wait staff were dressed in character as castle staff and were very friendly and approachable. They were also very patient with the children! They came round to the tables offering a choice of juices, teas and coffees and even offered teas from an old fashioned display tea chest, which we thought was a very nice touch!
The food was lovely, well presented and very yummy! We had Mickey waffles, fried potatoes, eggs and sausage topped with asparagus. This was served with a side of ‘shots’ filled with smoked salmon, natural yoghurt and fruit to name a few. These were an absolutely delightful addition to the meal. The kind of extras I was pleased to see when you pay for these types of additional experiences.
The kids menu was slightly different to the adults menu and included slightly different ‘shot’ sides. Rest assured the kids meal is equally delicious and better matched to younger taste buds.
Meeting the Princesses
All the Princess interactions were not rushed and completely unique to each tables needs. We were quite a big table of six consisting of 4 adults and 2 young children and we didn’t feel the need to hurry at any point.
The princesses were very good with both our kids, taking the time to speak to them separately and sign their autograph books.
They played and joked with our youngest who was too young to understand, but very much enjoyed all the attention he was getting and put our shy and perhaps slightly overwhelmed princess at ease.
Aurora was particularly good at this. She asked our little one if she had seen her mice about the palace and got her to pose for pictures with her dress. It’s no surprise Aurora became her firm favourite by the end of breakfast!
I must admit I quite liked Snow White! She was brilliant in character and had lots of fun with the baby.
We were the last to leave and were in no way rushed or hurried out. This is something we all really appreciated and took the opportunity to make the most of our experience by taking pictures, eating up all the pastries and generally messing around in Cinderella’s Castle!
We attended the 9.45am sitting, so this may have contributed to the easy going nature of the staff.
Timings of the Princess Breakfast at Disneyland Paris
There are two time slots for the Princess Breakfast at Disneyland Paris. The first is at 8.15am and only available to those who have access to Extra Magic Time. The second is at 9.45am and open to everyone.
The price of the Princess Breakfast at Disneyland Paris is set at £43.10 for adults and £34.30 for children. However prices can change depending on whether you have a Meal Plan booked with your stay.
When booking the Princess Breakfast as part of a special occasion you can, at an additional cost, arrange for a cake to be bought out and for the staff to sing happy birthday.