Dine With Cinderella at Citricos at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort (well…at least until Cinderella’s Royal Table reopens)

As we shared on our News Pin Board, Cinderella’s Royal Table in the Magic Kingdom is slated to close for a lengthy refurbishment beginning early January and extending to March 2015.

With the temporary closure of this royal venue, the Disney princesses will move to Citricos at the Grand Floridian Resort. Starting January 8th, a breakfast/brunch experience will be offered daily at this restaurant just a monorail or boat ride away from the Magic Kingdom!

Similar to the welcoming tradition at Cinderella’s Royal Table, Cinderella will meet and greet with guests upon their arrival, while other Disney princesses mingle at each table.

Cinderella greets guests in her castle

Cinderella greets guests in her castle

As always, you can take photos and collect autographs of the Disney royals. The Magical Wishing Ceremony will also move over to Citricos — a fun, interactive experience that involves souvenir wands and swords handed out to young guests.

Sword Action at Cinderella's Royal Table

Sword Action at Cinderella’s Royal Table

Choose to have breakfast or brunch as hours will extend from 8AM to 2:20PM at a cost of $49.99 and $31.99 for ages 3-9. Guests on the Disney Dining Plan can pay with 2 table service entitlements per person.

Looking out over the Grand Floridian's court yard

Citricos looks out over the Grand Floridian’s court yard

To reserve your Citricos princess meal, call 407-WDW-DINE. Reservations will become available for Walt Disney World Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members on December 3, 2014, before opening to all guests the next day.

Adult Menu

Bakery Basket

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

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


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

Choice of one Adult Specialty Beverage Selection:
Seasoned & Spiced Tomato Juice with Vodka
Glass of Wine

Princess Breakfast at Citricos

Princess Brunch at Citricos

Children’s Menu

Choice of One:
Bite-size Cheddar Cheese and Grapes
Garden Salad with Fat-free Ranch Dressing

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


Beverages included:
Milk and Skim Milk, Fountain Beverages, Juices: Orange/Apple/Tomato

Choice of One Specialty Beverage served in a Specialty Cup:
Tink Drink — Lemonade, Orange Juice and Sprite
Strawberry Smoothie

Please note that the menu is subject to change.

Do you think Citricos is an appropriate venue for this Disney princess character meal? What’s your thoughts on the menu? Let us know in the comments below.


  1. Cartier says

    Not the same AT ALL! 1900 Park Fare already has dining with Cinderella so having her at two restaurants in the same hotel is pointless. My daughter and I dine at Cinderella’s Royal Table every trip simply because we get to dine in a castle. Nothing will be special about eating at Citricos.

  2. says

    Well, from a foodie standpoint, the menu looks better (on paper anyway) than at Cinderella’s Royal Table. Add in (one) Mimosa and it’s starting to sound better. But $49 for us “out of pocketers”… ouch. It would be really cool if the brunch stayed at Citricos after the princesses migrate back over to the castle next spring… minus the princesses tax.

  3. Kathy says

    I love this idea. I agree that it is not the castle but it will be a lot easier to get to. I have never eaten at this restaurant and I’m excited to try it with this new spin. Thanks for sharing this information!

  4. katie says

    so the reservations will be open starting in january or can we get a reservation to dine there in december?

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