Character meals are for the adults, well at least this one adult who is in love with Walt Disney World. But for those of us who have children, watching a child hug a Disney character is wonderful for the kids visiting the parks, but also a gift for parents and grandparents as well. Maybe more than anything, that is why Character meals are so popular. (Check this summary.) Trip Advisor rates Crystal Palace 16 of 1,220 Restaurants in Orlando Buffets are … more
Apr 28, 2010
Apr 28, 2010 05:51 PM UTC
About this landmark
Corporate Description: The Crystal Palace Restaurant at Magic Kingdom Theme Park serves a buffet of American cuisine at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Enjoy Character Dining with Winnie the Pooh and friends for a willy nilly delicious good time!Step into The Hundred Acre Wood as you enter this whimsical restaurant. Marvel at the colorful Character topiary of Winnie the Pooh and his friends Piglet, Eeyore and Tigger. The light and airy ambience fits the upbeat blustery mood, surrounded by Victorian elegance.Live On-Stage Kitchen at The Crystal PalaceWatch The Crystal Palace come to life with the sights and smells of the day's offerings as chefs prepare your fare in the live on-stage kitchen.The breakfast buffet includes traditional favorites such as omlettes, cereals and freshly baked pastries, as well as more unique offerings such as breakfast lasagna and cheddar cheese potatoes.For lunch and dinner, the buffet abounds with American favorites like prime rib, rotisserie chicken and Atlantic salmon, along with dishes that have a delicious hint of curry, cinnamon, mango and papaya. Desserts tempt you with the likes of red velvet cheesecake, double chocolate brownie, apple cobbler and coconut flan. Or if you prefer, indulge more deeply in the famous sundae bar.Kid's Buffet at The Crystal PalaceNail on your tail and get over to "Pooh Corner," The Crystal Palace's separate buffet just for kids! Little ones can fill their plates with fried chicken nuggets, macaroni and cheese, peanut ...