Breakfast Brunch at the Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom
My roommates and I decided to celebrate the half way point of our Summer Alumni program with a breakfast brunch at the Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom.
It was delicious! In fact, not only did I have the baked French Toast (a house specialty), I actually went back for seconds! 🙂
All the characters from the 100 Acre Woods stopped by our table: Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet.
And, I brought my autograph book to get all their signatures too.
The Crystal Palace at the Magic Kingdom was inspired by the great Crystal Palace Exhibition in London in 1851.
It brims with light, topiaries, and tropical palms—and is an enchanting dining spot to meet some favorite Disney friends. There are windows everywhere with lovely Victorian touches.
As you enter, there’s a wonderful character topiary in the center featuring the 100 Acre Woods friends. (This is the only character meal at WDW where Winnie the Pooh and friends can be found.) This buffet restaurant is pretty, light-filled, spacious, and bright.
The Crystal Palace Character Meal features meeting Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet. They meet and greet you as you enjoy your meal.
The bountiful buffet features American favorites prepared before you in the onstage kitchen.
For breakfast/brunch, start your day off right with puffed French toast, made-to-order omelets, freshly baked pastries, fruit, country potatoes, and more.
Breakfast (Updated: 03/15): An All-You-Care-to-Enjoy Character Meal Experience, $29.99
The Breakfast Buffet – “A Buffet with Character”: Winnie the Pooh and friends invite you to indulge in a bountiful buffet.
Gourmet cuisine offered in Victorian elegance that offers a variety of selections to tempt every taste including: Seasonal Fresh Fruit, Freshly-baked Pastries, Assorted Breakfast Cereals, Scrambled Egg and Omelet Station, a variety of Potatoes, and other comfort foods.
A Non-Specialty Beverage is included with all meals.
- Baked French Toast (house specialty)
- Scrambled egg and omelet station
- Variety of potatoes and casseroles
- Seasonal fresh fruit salad
- Freshly-baked pastries
- Assorted breakfast cereals
- Coffee, tea, juices, milk, sodas, water
Meeting all the characters:
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