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4.0 Palms
4.0 Palms
Crystal Palace -- Disney's Magic Kingdom
Review Type: Restaurant
Location: 3111 World Drive, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Phone: 407-560-6395
Website: http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/magic-kingdom/dining/the-crystal-palace/
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Trip Type: Family meal/vacation
Travel Dates: November 2009
Review Posted: Nov 06, 2009
Map It Crystal Palace -- Disney\'s Magic Kingdom

 

Crystal Palace -- Disney's Magic Kingdom

This was our second time eating at the "Pooh and Friends"
Character Breakfast at the Magic Kingdom's Crystal Palace
restaurant. They have one of the more extensive buffets, with
plenty of gluten-free options...not just scrambled eggs, bacon,
and sausage. The chef made our son gluten-free waffles
(frozen, this time, not the Mickey shaped ones made fresh at
the Tusker House Restaurant at Animal Kingdom) and also
offered him blueberry or chocolate chip muffins (he opted for
one of each...one to eat then, and "one for the road"). There
was some nice fruit...mixed berries, fresh pineapple, and whole
strawberries, so our son was plenty full by the time the meal
was over! This is a fun place for a character breakfast for kids
when visiting the Magic Kingdom. Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and
Tigger come to the table for photo-ops and also have a "parade"
around the restaurant. As always, the staff is wonderful to
people following special diets and will walk you through the
buffet and make special items for you in the kitchen when
available.


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