There are SO MANY incredible breakfast options in Disney World, so how do you narrow down your choices?
Characters are back at the Cape May Cafe buffet breakfast at Disney’s Beach Club, there’s a new breakfast option in EPCOT, and Disney’s Wilderness Lodge recently added new items to their breakfast menu at Roaring Fork. But what about Magic Kingdom?? We’ve narrowed down three types of breakfasts you might be looking for — and how to choose.
If you’re looking for a classic Disney breakfast item, look no further than Sleepy Hollow Refreshments, where you can order a ginormous Mickey-shaped Waffle! Can you get any more classic Disney than that?
You can order it covered in strawberries, powdered sugar, and whipped cream for $7.49, or you can get it with just powdered sugar for $6.49. Want it plain? Ask a Cast Member!
But if you want to kick your waffle game up a notch, you can get the Fresh Fruit Waffle Sandwich for $8.49. Served with strawberries, bananas, and blueberries and slathered in a chocolate-hazelnut spread, this breakfast packs a punch! It’s full of flavors, it’s super filling (or easily shareable), and all for under $10.
This sandwich used to be available only during breakfast, but it’s now available all day. Still, it’s a great breakfast option and a delicious way to start your day!
If you’re in the mood for something on the sweeter side of the breakfast spectrum, look no further than the Warm Cinnamon Roll from Gaston’s Tavern! This is another huge breakfast dish and it’ll set you back $6.79.
It’s served warm and we highly recommend asking for extra icing! You won’t regret it.
It’s a little cheaper than the cinnamon roll at Gaston’s at $6.49, and during the holiday seasons, you can sometimes find it covered in festively colored icing!
Starbies AND a cinnamon roll?! Sounds like a great way to start the day in Magic Kingdom!
And if you’d rather sit down to eat at a restaurant and even get into Magic Kingdom a teensy bit early, you can eat at Cinderella’s Royal Table for breakfast! Breakfast typically lasts from 8AM to 10:15AM, and it costs $45 per adult and $29 per child.
Before your meal, you can briefly meet with Cinderella and you may also spot her appearing in the restaurant for a second. Breakfast starts with breakfast pastries, and then adults can choose one entree with options such as quiche, avocado toast, shrimp and grits, and more. Adults can also opt to order mimosas at an extra cost, including a mimosa flight!
Starting your day by eating in Cinderella Castle is pretty special, but it is a pricey choice. Keep that in mind if you decide to eat breakfast here!
And just in case you’re looking for another breakfast option, you may want to consider trying Crystal Palace. Breakfast is not currently offered there but it does return as of October 25th, and it’s an all-you-can-eat buffet. You’ll also be able to hang out with friends from the Hundred Acre Wood, including Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and Eeyore!
Stay tuned to DFB for all your dining needs in Disney World, including more meal ideas!
What’s your favorite breakfast in Magic Kingdom? Tell us in the comments!