Reviews of Star Wars Dine-In Galactic Breakfast
Star Wars Dine-In Galactic Breakfast -- From May 4 to June 15, 2014. The Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater becomes the Star Wars™ Dine-in Theater for this character dining experience. Characters include Stormtroopers, Jawa, Greedo, and Boba Fett and a Darth Vader Meet & Greet after check-in. Additionally, the traditional Sci-Fi clips shown in the restaurant will be replaced with Star Wars™ clips, trailers and music.
Times: 8 a.m. - noon
Price: Adult - $47.99; Child - $29.99
A digital photo of the party on a commemorative PhotoPass card is included.
These Star Wars-themed meals are available for booking now at 407-WDW-DINE or online at disneyworld.com/dining
Reviewed by hello12345 Review Date: 06/02/2014
Rating: (5) Not Recommended
ADR on 5/26 at 9:45am. Checked in at 9:30ish. One of the hostess calling names basically whispered and walked around to each party asking their name. Not efficient. The interaction with Fett and Darth when you walk through the door was lackluster. Darth was okay, but Bobba Fett was akward and stood about 2 feet away from the rest of family during picture. He made the picture look akward. The service was rushed to say the least. We had just sat down and server was bringing pastries and asking for our drink order. We were just biting into our first pastry when the server was asking for our main course selection. I asked for no sausage and extra bacon. My plate came out with sausage. Adults got regular breakfast with eggs, bacon, potatoes, and sausage. Food was quick service qaulity at best. Pastries lacked real taste and reminded me of a Hampton Inn breakfast. The french toast sticks for kids were pretty good, but not anything to kill over. My OJ was on the warm side and we were not asked if we wanted anything else. For the price I paid you would think some extra bacon or yogurt would be offered. The character interaction was not that great. The poor lighting and cramped space makes for a poor picture taking. The Jawas were fun to trade with and the kids really got a kick out of that. Greedo was surprisingly good to interact with. The Star Wars clips were uninteresting and seemed to be on a short loop. We did it and we got the pin now. The price was way, way, way over the top for the food quality and character interaction. I wanted to like this, but I just can't give it a good review. The Jedi Mickey Hollywood and Vine meal was a little better (maybe a 7.5). If offered next year don't waste your $$$$$. The kids were able to trade with Jawas, get a picture with Darth, Fett, and Stormtroopers during regular Star Wars weekend. The free picture is actually a code for a free digital download.
Pros:Meet the characters
Cons:Many: Take your pick
Reviewed by Fitzboyzmom Review Date: 05/30/2014
Rating: (8) Recommended
This was a really fun experience. The pre-breakfast food was all delicious (pastries and fruit). The main breakfast food was good, but not as good as the starters. The blue milk was cool. The "dessert/surprise" was interesting, but not very tasty and had nothing to do with the cool presentation (bubbling water, colored ice cubes, etc.).
We were really glad we went and would encourage others to try it once (I hope they will continue it), but I am not sure we would go again. I always roll my eyes when people complain about the expense of the Disney meals. You are paying for the food and the experience and nobody does it like Disney. However, this was so very expensive. It would be hard for me to justify doing it again.
Reviewed by BaskInTheMagic Review Date: 05/10/2014
Rating: (10) Recommended
Because we went on 'Star Wars Day' 5/4 (May the 4th be with you) it was very hard to get a reservation. We tried on the day that ADR's opened with no luck and then tried for weeks online and on the telephone at least 20x per day with no luck. On 5/3 we called from our resort room and got a 9:45am reservation on 5/4! Wait was 10 minutes past ADR. Food was great, but steak was TINY. May not do it again, but we are very happy that we got in. Price was high for breakfast but we have no regrets. We were shocked to see that the photographer for Allears was seated right behind us as I am the guy in the red shirt that can be seen in one of the photos at the top of this page!