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Auberge de Cendrillon character dining Disneyland

Auberge de Cendrillon

Princess dinner Disneyland Paris.

On our second visit to Disneyland Paris, Princess D was three years old, and it was Christmas time. We decided to book character dining at Auberge de Cendrillon as a special Christmas treat. Fine French dining, where the children are the special guests ( and Princess D can be a princess for a day Disneyland Paris style !)  What could be better?

Character dining Disneyland Paris
Princess for a day Disneyland Paris


Where is Auberge de Cendrillon

Located in Fantasyland, this stunning building catches your imagination the moment you see it.  Upon arrival you are whisked to a grand booth in a majestic medieval banquet hall. The back drop is breath taking, the height of elegance and most apt for the royalty that frequents the hall to dine.

Petrolhead A meets Gus and Jaq
Princess meet and greet Disneyland

Auberge de Cendrillon Menu

The menu offers the finest French cuisine. Once you are seated and comfortable very special guests come to your table to meet, chat and offer photo opportunities. Oh, and the wine list is very good too.

Princess D was beyond thrilled to dance with Cinderella and sing with Prince Charming. Petrolhead A found the whole thing a bit girly, although he was quietly chuffed to meet Cinderella’s mice, Gus and Jaq, as well as getting two helpings of dessert. So, all was good with him too.

I highly recommend this Princess meet and greet at Disneyland. Its a step up from the Princess Pavilion Disneyland Paris. Make sure your little Princess dresses up for the occasion and you have plenty of battery life and storage available on your camera.

Disney dining reservations

Making a reservation is a must. You can call the Dining Reservation Service on +33 1 60 30 40 50. 


A link to the current menu, pricing and Auberge de Cendrillon opening times can be found here.

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