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Cinderella's Royal Table Restaurant Review: Doesn’t every little girl dream of meeting Cinderella and her fellow Disney princesses? Here's her chance, though parents must spring for a pricey meal (and pricey photos they take as you arrive and deliver while you are dining). Cinderella's is a choice setting, upstairs in the Magic Kingdom castle. Diners ascend a winding staircase (or take the elevator) to the second floor, where hostesses wear French Renaissance-style gowns and hosts are in medieval tunics. The high-ceilinged dining room offers limited views of Fantasyland out the tall windows. Breakfast is an all-you-can-eat affair with plates of standard fare. Lunch and dinner are served in courses --- to start, choose from salad, shrimp cocktail, a cheese sampler or soup. Entrées include braised cobia, roasted beef tenderloin and a vegetarian cassoulet. For dessert, we suggest the Valrhona chocolate mousse. No one comes here for the food; it’s all about dining in the castle with the Disney princesses. Still, it’s one of the toughest reservations to snag at Disney World.