Cinderella is usually there. Note that the food is Norwegian, so if everyone isn’t an adventurous eater, you might should stick with the standard breakfast with eggs, sausage, bacon, and the like.
As mentioned above, Cinderella is at 1900 Park Fare for dinner. However, after my past experience (and then chatting with other MBers and realizing that several others have had similar), this is not a meal I recommend. The food selection is very small, and most likely, it won’t be fresh. Also, the foods offered don’t match the hefty pricetag of about $40/person (I believe we payed $44/person, but that was 4th of July weekend, so I’m betting it is less expensive during the off-season).
Of course, I also don’t think that the food at CRT matches the pricetag… Akershus, either. I think that Cinderella meals are super pricey because Disney knows that so many parents will donate a kidney so that their little princess can have the “royal treatment.” :laugh:
So… you have three options. She’s an absolute definitely at CRT and 1900 Park Fare, and a most likely, almost definitely at Akershus.
Also worth mentioning, Akershus and CRT must be reserved with a credit card. You can also book both for breakfast before their respective park opens, which gives you the unique opportunity for crowd-free Castle or Spaceship Earth pictures. And, the price for CRT and Akershus includes an 8x10 photo. At 1900 Park Fare, they will try to sell it to you for $29.99 (which is ridiculous, considering that an 8x10 photo is only $14.99 from PhotoPass… I guess it’s that fancy cardboard frame! :laugh:). Also, CRT includes a plastic wand for the little princesses, and a plastic sword for the little knights/princes/pirates who rather wouldn’t be eating with royalty. Akershus and 1900 Park Fare are buffets. CRT has a fixed menu.