I don't mind paying alot for good food, I don't mind paying alot for a good experience, I am just trying to work out whether this was a bit OTT on the price front for what it was.
The staff and the Princesses were all fantastic, very attentive, friendly and as with everyone we encountered at Disney they were brilliant with the kids.
However I do think it is a bit expensive especially when it does not include drinks, our final bill came to 209 euros, all we had extra were 2 coke zero's and 2 coffee's, the extra we had to pay on top of our half board plus vouchers was 116 euros not including tip, so they counted our vouchers at 93 euros (we had 2 adults and 2 kids meals at Cafe Mickey costing 35 euros and 20 euros totalling 110 euros and paid no extra, so it comes across that it depends where you go to what they want to accept the face value of the vouchers), with the adult meals costing 64.90 euros and kids 28.90 = 187.60 total, the 2 cokes and 2 coffee's cost us 22 euros.
Food wise, Kids enjoyed the bread in the basket at the beginning, my son suprisingly ate all his salmon mousse, left his main, ate all his dessert, daughter just ate bread and a piece of chocolate on her dessert but that was nothing new.
Wife had soup which she said was nice, I had Quail which I assume comes cold, it was nice but was not blown away, we both had the Veal which I asked for medium and it came overcooked and chewy, I still ate it because as I thought about the euros ! lol and I finished the wife's !, desert was smaller than I expected but nice.
Its just a little moan as it was a good time, all the princesses take their time to come to your table and Suzie and Perla made a real fuss of both kids, my little boy is a proper little boy and was not really that bothered about the princesses but he liked having a cuddle with the mice.
We have been now and I said we would not go again, but to see my daughters face light up I would say it was worth it.............but they need to get Rapunzel in (her favorite) !!!!!
All in all, you are paying to see the princesses more than you are the food, if you don't have a tight budget I definately recommend it, however if you are on a budget don't think you are missing out on too much by not going, queue at Princess Pavillion 3 times, spend 2-3 minutes with 3 different princesses, take your own photo's, eat in McDonalds and it will save you 180 euros.
It is not essential to visit here, but if you can afford it why not !
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