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Child Friendly Restaurants at Magic Kingdom
Walt Disney World restaurants have got to be amongst the most child friendly in the whole world. Children are always made very welcome although of course they are expected to be well behaved.
In this article are just a few myself or friends have visited at Magic Kingdom especially with children under ten years old.
WDW are particularly good if your child is a fussy eater. Friends of ours have requested spaghetti without sauces and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches even though neither have been on the menu and they have been readily supplied. Buffet style meals are also worth considering for these fussy eaters because they can eat as much as they like of a particular food.
One of the first character meals we ever went to was at Crystal Palace. This is located at the castle, at the end of Main Street, on your left, just off the pathway to Adventureland. Here you can see Pooh, Tigger, Piglet and Eeyore and they now offer three buffet-style character meals each day.
Another great character meal is Cinderella’ s Royal Table but be prepared to book many months in advance as it is extremely popular. You may well have to take whatever dates and times that you are offered because it gets so busy you often do not get a choice. You will find it on the second floor of Cinderella Castle. Although the food is pre-plated it is all-you-care-to-eat. Characters usually include Cinderella, Snow White and others.
We have not been to but have heard good reports on the Liberty Tree Tavern. This character dinner features assorted characters in Revolutionary War-era dress. Dinner is served every evening family style and special kid-friendly items like macaroni and cheese are on the menu.
Last Christmas we went to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and endured torrential rain for most of the evening! It was midway through the evening and soaked to the skin and starving that we went to Cosmic Ray’ s Starlight Café. It is located across the path from the Grand Prix Raceway in Tomorrowland. It is one of the largest fast-food spots at the Magic Kingdom and here you can have spit-roasted chicken, burgers, salads and soups. There is also an extremely good “toppings bar” with lots of salad items and sauces.
There is another fast food spot at Pinocchio’ s Village Haus which can be found in Fantasyland to the right of the entrance to It’ s A Small World.
If you fancy just a hot dog or burger whilst you are in Frontierland go to Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café. This is a large fast-food spot very close to Splash Mountain.
At Casey’ s Corner you will find the hot dogs come in a variety of styles (chili, cheese, foot long, etc. ) and you can also have desserts and beverages.
Wherever and whatever you and the children decide to eat in Magic Kingdom I think you will find it to be very child friendly.
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