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Lunch/Dinner with Disney Princess'

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Lunch/Dinner with Disney Princess'

I've seen this advertised on the Disney website and also heard about it on here but can't find any prices for this. Does anybody know how much this is? and if you've done it is it worth doing? My daughter is disney princess mad and would love to meet them all!!! :-)

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1. Re: Lunch/Dinner with Disney Princess'

Hi happycampet, current menu and prices are here,

dlrpmagic.com/planning/…

As far as I know it hasn't changed since I ate there with my seven year old dd in April.

It was well worth every penny to see her face light up, particularly when Cinderella came out, even though dd didn't eat anything except a couple of bread rolls and her chocolate dessert! It is fine dining so not to everyone's taste. I really enjoyed my meal here and because dh and ds didn't fancy it they went off to Planet Hollywood while we ate here!

You get to meet Suzy and Perla, three princesses and a prince.

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Hi you can find the menu on dlrpmagic.com. Adults is £64.99 and children is £29.99

Yes it's expensive but from our experience its worth it, we really enjoyed our meal 2 years ago children over excited so don't eat it all but it's the experience you are paying for. The princesses go around the table and spend time with the children it's just magical.

We went for dd1s 4th birthday and she had the perfect day Tirana and cinderellas mice even brought hr cake out and everyone sang happy birthday :)

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Beat me to it jofar lol :)

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4. Re: Lunch/Dinner with Disney Princess'

This should help, it's called Auberge de Cendrillon

dlrpmagic.com/planning/…

We have been twice and DD was speechless with the Princesses(we got Cinderella, Ariel and Aurora, though they do vary, apart from Cinders, who is always there). Do a search on Youtube and you will see many videos.

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We went this year with my 3 and 5 year old girls and although so expensive it was worth it as a once in a lifetime treat. The princesses and prince were wonderful and so sincere and interested in everything the girls said. The mice were brilliant too, one of them had my daughter sat on her knee to watch the dancing.

We enjoyed the food but not as much as the food at inventions. I'm not sure I would call it fine dining, it is not that refined. I know everyone on the forums says it is but I can't see where it claims to be...? On dlrp magic it says its French cuisine and I would agree with that.

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I can only agree with everyone else! We've been twice and DD loves it, we've made some amazing memories there. It's always a trip highlight for us and DD is already looking forward to her next visit in December.

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Another recommendation, we took daughter for second birthday treat and she loved it (almost as much as me, lol). Pricey but we all enjoyed our food and well worth the interaction with the princesses and if having birthday cake brilliant to have it brought out by princess. Magical experience!

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8. Re: Lunch/Dinner with Disney Princess'

Thanks so much for everybody's views it's nice to hear it's worth booking :-)

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9. Re: Lunch/Dinner with Disney Princess'

Hi,

I had a meal in Auberge with caspdex and his family in October - we all enjoyed it.

flickr.com/photos/…

You can read my and other reviews of Auberge on TA with photos.

tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g226865-…

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10. Re: Lunch/Dinner with Disney Princess'

A prince and princess do a short dance near the fireplace at intervals, about every 30 mins I think, so many people ask for a table near there.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8M7CtItp44

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