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If you’re sailing on the Disney Dream and would like to have a relaxing breakfast that is fit for a Princess (or Prince!), the Royal Palace Restaurant is a great place to dine!
The atmosphere of the restaurant focuses upon the Disney Princesses. The entryway is an impressive one with the lighting and colors, and it’s worth a walk around the restaurant to see the artwork.
One of my favorite details is this section of the floor.
We were seated immediately upon arrival, and the first thing we noticed about our table was the Cinderella bread basket! They don’t use these for breakfast, but isn’t it adorable!?
Beverages and Starters
We were offered coffee, tea, juice, and sodas when we were seated. I was thrilled that cranberry juice was an option. My daughter and I both opted for tea, and within minutes a server approached us with a large wood box of a Twinings tea assortment.
Next, we were asked if we’d like to start our meal with pastries or fruit. I had a bowl of fruit, and my daughter asked if she could have a croissant. I don’t know what it is about fruit on the Disney Dream, but every time I had fruit onboard it seemed extraordinarily fresh!
I ordered the Stacked French Toast and Grilled Pineapple Stack entrée. This consisted of layers of French toast and grilled pineapple topped with strawberry coulis and a maple glaze. It came with a fruit salad, and along with my fruit starter that was a lot of fruit for one meal but it was all good!
My daughter ordered the Disney Cruise Line Breakfast Trio. This consisted of French toast, a Belgian waffle, and a buttermilk pancake served with cinnamon butter and syrup. Much to her delight, this breakfast came with a side of bacon. The Disney Cruise Line was not skimpy with the bacon portion! Our only disappointment, which was a small detail, is that it would have been nice if the waffle were Mickey, Princess, or Disney Cruise Line related instead of a square waffle. A special waffle shape would have been a classic touch for a Disney breakfast, but she said it all tasted good and that’s what counts the most.
Eating breakfast in one of the rotational dining restaurants is similar to having dinner with the Disney Cruise Line. If you’d like extra bacon or would like to substitute one of the items on your plate for something different, they will do their best to accommodate you. The meal is included with the price of your cruise so you can ask for extras or mix and match some of the menu items.
The Royal Palace Restaurant was a nice and relaxing way to begin our day on the Disney Dream.
If you’ve sailed on the Disney Dream, where is your favorite place to have breakfast? Please tell us in a comment below!