If you want to go inside Cinderella's Castle, and your kids like the Disney Princesses, you will probably like this meal. Don't expect great food or great service. Our reservation was for 8:15 am, which was nice because we got inside the park early and were able to take lots of pictures in front of the castle. There are Disney photographers out already at this time to take your pictures (and they will take pics with your camera if you ask). We checked in and had our picture taken with Cinderella. Then we walked up the winding staircase to the dining room, which was beautiful. We got a table near the windows overlooking the carousel and Fantasyland below. The Princesses are announced one at a time and begin circulating through the dining room. Unfortunately, we were at the end of their route (even though we were among the first seated), so we waited a long time to even see a princess. This was very frustrating for our daughter, who was so excited to meet them. I ordered the stuffed French toast, which was just ok, and my husband ordered the traditional breakfast, which was as expected. Our 2-year-old daughter was given some French toast sticks and could share off of our plates. She was also given a wand and a wishing star. The only drinks you are given are orange juice and coffee, unless you ask for something else. And it was difficult to find our waiter when needed. When the princesses finally did come around, they were very nice, but they don't spend much time with us. Just a picture, signature in our book, and they're gone. We saw Snow White, Ariel, Sleeping Beauty, and Jasmine. This breakfast was fun because of the setting, but it is very expensive, and I probably would not do it again.