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Princess Storybook Dining
Norway’s Restaurant Akershus in Epcot serves three character meals each day, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Breakfast is American style and lunch and dinner offers Norwegian food as well as American style for children. All meals are served at the table.
We have not been but various friends have been for breakfast and lunch and would recommend it.
Prices for breakfast were aprox $22 for adults, $12 for children, lunch was $24 for adults $13 for children and dinner $28 adults and $13 for children. Prices include drink such as soda, coffee, tea, punch, and milk.
The friends who went for breakfast saw Snow White, Jasmine, Mulan, Sleeping Beauty and Aurora.
There was cinnamon cake and fruit already waiting for them at the table. Fresh squeezed orange juice and coffee were served and this was followed very shortly by a meal of eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits, and potatoes, which they said was very good. They felt that the staff were kind and the service was quick.
As they finished eating the princesses started making the rounds. Every one of them came by and spent at least a couple of minutes talking to their children, signed autographs, and took pictures.
They had been to the breakfast at Cinderella’s Castle before and thought this was equally as good.
Lunch is served from approx 11. 45am to 2. 45pm. Obviously as with the breakfast separate admission to Epcot is required.
Our friends had a reservation for 12 noon and were seated promptly. Their daughter who is 11 years old did not have the separate children’s menu as they all had the Norwegian fare.
They started off with the Cold Table that they said was very good. This included sliced meats and cheeses, fresh salads, peel and eat shrimp and breads.
Their daughter opted for Soup and Sandwich, which was a Jarlsberg cheese and leek soup, followed by a pan-seared salmon sandwich, which she thoroughly enjoyed.
My friend opted for the Pan-Seared Trout, which was served with red cabbage, apples and bacon whilst his wife had their speciality Pasta Akershus, this was pasta and sautéed garden vegetables.
The dessert was unusual in as much as it was served on one plate to share. It included Rice Cream topped with fresh strawberries and sauce, Chocolate Mousse and Lingonberry Tart.
They all agreed that the food was one of the best Character meals they had had in Disney.
The characters were great spending plenty of time with them and they included Ariel wearing a ball gown, Belle, Jasmine, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty. They poised for photos and had talked a lot to their 11-year-old daughter.
The recommendations for both lots of friends mean that a Princess Storybook meal will be on our list of Must Do’s on our next trip to Disney.
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