Dining at Disney can get pretty pricey, especially if you’re looking for memorable meals (but even if you’re not!).
Recently, we looked into just what it would cost you to eat the most expensive meal in Epcot (hint: it’s a lot!) and now we’re slipping over to the Magic Kingdom to find out what a truly fancy meal looks like in Disney’s landmark park!
Dining in Magic Kingdom is varied and there are a ton of quick service options. Of course, if you’re looking for arguably the most memorable dining option, you just have to look up into the windows of Cinderella Castle. That’s right, we’re talking about Cinderella’s Royal Table!
If you’ve ever wanted to eat the most expensive meal in Magic Kingdom, here’s what it would cost you!
Three-Course Dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table
First, let’s talk about what we mean by the most expensive meal. We compared meals at Magic Kingdom based on what it would cost to chow down on three courses: appetizer, entree, and dessert with one alcoholic drink. Let’s see what an expensive meal at Cinderella’s Royal Table will cost you!
Can you imagine anything more exclusive than a trip inside Cinderella Castle for a meal with royalty among you? We’re not sure we can! Cinderella’s Royal Table is a three-course prix fixe character dinner that features visits from classic Disney princesses. And yes, Cinderella and her friends definitely amp up the price, but the high-class cuisine here is also a big part of the experience!
Appetizer — Four Choices
The first of your courses for dinner at Cinderella’s Royal Table is an Appetizer of the Court, from which you can choose one of four options. There’s the Soup of the Day, a Charcuterie Platter, the Castle Salad, or Seared Scallops. All three courses are included in the price of the meal ($75).
Entree — Six Choices
For your second course, you’ll be indulging in the Entrees Royale where you can pick one of six choices. There’s the Seared Pork Rib Chop, the plant-based Chickpea Panisse, the Tenderloin of Beef, the Protein Bowl, the Roasted All-Natural Chicken Breast, and the Chef’s Fish of the Day.
Dessert — Four Choices
And, you can’t go chowing down on a pricy meal like this without ending with a big finale! Choose from the Jaq & Gus Cheesecake, Peanut Butter Cake, Clock Strikes Twelve Dark Chocolate Mousse, or Lemon Sorbet.
Drink — Sequoia Grove Cabernet Sauvignon
For a drink, to really round out that expensive experience, opt for the Sequoia Grove Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley. This red will run you $21 for just one glass!
Added up, the most expensive meal in Magic Kingdom will run you $96 dollars per person. But if you’re looking for something even more indulgent, there’s a more expensive option you can take at Cinderella’s Royal Table (it just doesn’t fit into our one drink model).
Alternate Option — Cuvée Dom Pérignon Brut
If you’re feeling really fancy, order a bottle of Cuvée Dom Pérignon Brut for the table. This coveted Champagne will run you $350 a bottle! Add that to the price of the meal and you’re looking at a pretty astonishing check, upwards of $400 dollars!
Does this sound like an experience worth spending on? Share your thoughts in the comments!