Vote of the week: Cinderella's Royal Table or Le Cellier Steakhouse?
Published: September 2, 2011 at 2:15 PM
"Congratulations! You've been randomly selected to dine today at one of the two toughest Walt Disney World restaurants to get a priority seating time: Cinderella's Royal Table at the Magic Kingdom, or Le Cellier Steakhouse at Epcot.
Le Cellier Steakhouse is located in Epcot's Canada pavilion.
Cinderella's Royal Table, upstairs in the castle at the Magic Kingdom
"You don't have to worry about getting a priority seating time. One will be reserved by Mickey Mouse himself, just for you and just for today. But Mickey's only making one reservation, so you will have to choose which restaurant you would like."
Okay, that's enough time in Fantasyland. ;^)
Cindy's and Le Cellier long have been two of the toughest tables to get at Walt Disney World, despite the fact that neither rank among the highest-rated restaurants in the Disney theme parks. (Epcot's Bistro de Paris won the Theme Park Insider Award for best theme park restaurant the past two years, and Epcot's Via Napoli was a runner-up this year. But Bistro de Paris' high price makes it a relatively easy table to book - few guests feel that can afford it.)
Le Cellier's appeal is steak - a fancy meaty meal in a handsome room, along with a killer Cheddar Cheese Soup appetizer. Cindy's appeal is simple - the chance to dine inside the castle, overlooking Fantasyland.
But which would you pick, if you were given the chance to pick one, and without having to go through the hassle of calling six months in advance to score a PST (priority seating time). That's our vote of the week. It's time for the ultimate priority seating showdown.
Please tell us in the comments why you picked the one you picked. (Registration is not necessary, but comments from unregistered readers are held for approval before publishing.) Have a great holiday weekend and thank you again for reading Theme Park Insider.