This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. Any questions we can help you answer? The 1900 Park Fare breakfast has the usual morning selections — eggs, sausage, bacon and muffins. For us, 1900 Park Fare is one of the rare WDW breakfasts that we view as “worth it” and is the best overall character breakfast at Walt Disney World. For what to do and when to do it, our Walt Disney World Ride Guides will help. Me especially. The purse is from Tokyo Disney Resort. It's a chance to get Cinderella and Prince Charming without being in the castle! Good to know breakfast is a fun option as well! Personally, when i dine in a restaurant at Disney, unless it is themed to s specific movie, I’m not overly concerned about the atmosphere as Disney does things right so just because it doesn’t look like Cinderella’s Caste dining room doesn’t mean it’s bad. Normally, you won't find gummy bears on our breakfast table. Love the Aliens purse Mrs. Bricker is donning in photos. Now let me fully admit — here up front — that I know many folks who love 1900 Park Fare, swear by the food quality, and find the atmosphere charming. The food is passable, and WAY better than Chef Mickeys. Worldwide is a tough question, but I’d probably go with Tusker House. 1 of 2 Go to page. I’m guessing for parents this isn’t as big of a deal, as they want photos of their kids and the characters, but I have little need for a photo of Mary Poppins and me. Where 1900 Park Fare does not excel is in ambiance. Sep 27, 2010 #1 We went to 1900 Park Fare for breakfast last week. For official information concerning Disney, visit The moral of the story is that, as with all buffets, so much of the taste is dependent upon how long the food you pick has been sitting under the heat lamps. 1900 Park Fare Breakfast Review 1900 Park Fare is a character meal at Walt Disney World’s flagship hotel, Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, which is located on the Magic Kingdom monorail loop. (So if you were reading this review, worried that the fruit might taste like pizza, rest assured that it did not. Any plans to review the dinner here soon? We’ve booked it again for this coming fall and from what I read Tigger is still listed as a character for 1900 Park Fare breakfast. But each breakfast, it was the Mad Hatter who was the standout, with Alice in 2nd place. I feel like 1900 Park Fare gets panned a lot because the atmosphere leaves something to be desired (maybe it’s the weird lighting? If you do not like character meals & just want a good breakfast, 1900 Park Fare is a great value with a delicious buffet. This review covers breakfast and features food photos, a look inside the restaurant, anecdotes about character interactions, and our thoughts on whether it’s worth your money or Disney Dining Plan credits. (So if you were reading this review, worried that the fruit might taste like pizza, rest assured that it did not.). I’m still not entirely sure this is the way the soup was meant to be consumed, but if it’s wrong, I don’t want to be right. The buffet was delicious & abundant (strawberry soup is a must try! That said, they have two delicious items that are not to be missed. I’m not sure whether it’s still sold there, though. Required fields are marked *. With that said, it’s not for everyone; if you want a quiet, low-key breakfast and aren’t interested in characters, you’ll definitely want to look elsewhere. She had several plates/bowls of fruit. At least, this is how we justified the expensive meal to ourselves–your mileage may vary. The carousel animals perched atop seating areas are nice touches, as is the pipe organ high up on the back wall. Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. We had dinner there a couple years ago & my daughter loved it! Interesting design choice. Does this character meal look appealing to you? The omelet was pretty good, as were all of the fresh meats and other buffet items on the buffet. Map updates are paused. As we’ve noted countless times, we are awkward around face characters. It features traditional breakfast fare with characters like Mary Poppins, Alice, the Mad Hatter, Tigger, and Pooh. The ambience is a bit more adult than other locations. Dinner? The food was good and the interaction between the Mad Hatter and Alice was fantastic. Mainly due to the service. Nevertheless, my favorite items were the Cheese Blintz, House-Made Corned Beef Hash, Carved Hickory-Smoked Ham, Eggs Benedict, and aforementioned Floridian Strawberry Soup. I’m a big fan of Eggs Benedict, and had it a couple of times during our breakfast at 1900 Park Fare. SOOOOO disappointing, not worth the money or the time. The high ceilings and lack of any sound-dampening gives it a loud and echoing atmosphere. Worst for service of the character dining breakfasts. While I think an update is appropriate, I don’t want to see Grand Floridian’s richly-detailed spaces by replaced by the generically modern look of an airport Marriott. May 8, 2020 January 22, 2020 by Seely Lee Haislip. Hearing your feedback—even when you disagree with us—is both interesting to us and helpful to other readers, so please share your thoughts below in the comments! Nothing has changed about 1900 Park Fare since 1988. The fruit tasted like fruit. Joined Aug 6, 2006. (As has happened pretty much at every other resort that has been refurbished in the last few years.). I ate there in April, and I thoroughly enjoyed it (as a solo adult traveler). There’s an amusement park motif here, and it’s reinforced with a variety of details. & all in all we had a good time. For where to eat, read our Walt Disney World Restaurant Reviews. The only change to my recollection is the shift of the entrance to the current location near the Cafe from where it was originally, closer to the concierge desk at the front of the hotel, down that side hallway, or what is now the rear of the restaurant. The step sisters, evil step mother, Prince Charming, and Cinderella were wonderful. This has been, consistently, the best character breakfast buffet that we’ve gone to for food ( I don’t count ‘Ohana as a buffet). I was ready for a nap afterwards, but have zero regrets, because these ‘heavier’ items were delicious. Or “soup” that is meant as fruit dip like chocolate fondue? The soup was thick, creamy, and had a flavor that perfectly toed the line between rich and light. With tip included, that comes out to a whopping $68 for breakfast! I recommend making them as early as possible if it is something you don’t want to miss, but we decided to go the night before. Own or manage this property? The first three of those characters were spectacular. Make your own omelet station, plenty of choices, clean, great service - and a great way to meet Disney characters. Where can I buy one? The characters were engaging but the poor service overshadowed it all. In the past we’ve commented that much of the resort feels like an early 1900s take on Victorian, and that applies here too. My daughter and I are returning in September to have breakfast there. Fortunately for us, these face characters were more our style. I don’t have any memories of anything other than 1900 Park Fare being in that same location for the buffet and for a few stays back in the 90’s, it was our final day routine to eat there before heading to the airport. When we got off the monorail we had no idea where to go but the cast member Eduardo from Bogota Columbia who was at the door brought us right to the restaurant and explained our situation (he was so great!). These characters made us comfortable, and facilitated great encounters. From what we’ve gathered over the years, this character breakfast enjoys a really strong reputation. Thread starter freshmanjs; Start date Sep 27, 2010; 1; 2; Next. Lots of antics with the step sisters. Took my own kids to Polynesian in late 80's and place was packed with every Disney character from Mickey and Minned to Pluto and Goofy, Best experience ever still can remember. Debbie was my server and was amazing, truly made thee breakfast more magical. 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