We spent our last full day in Florida in the Magic Kingdom park. Here's where and what we ate:
Breakfast at Landscape of Flavours - Art of Animation
We had our usual breakfast of cereal, water, fruit and cookies. We became pretty good at figuring out the best way to get lots for breakfast without it costing loads. Husband had a steak burger and fries with orange juice.
The total cost of our breakfast was $29.50. No tip required.
Lunch at Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe - Tomorrowland, Magic Kingdom
This is a quick service restaurant in Magic Kingdom but it was very busy when we went in. Thankfully we managed to find a table within a few minutes.
The menu has a selection of chicken, beef and pork dishes but it is mainly burgers or sandwiches. The kids and I decided to get chicken nuggets and Husband chose a chicken sandwich.
The children's meals come with fries and you can order an extra side as well as drink of water or juice. I ordered a side of fries for us as I didn't realise that they came with a side of fries already so we had two portions of fries each! It was far too much and I'm a bit disappointed that the cast members serving us didn't mention that fries were already included with the chicken nuggets. We could have ordered a side of fruit instead!
The chicken nuggets were pretty tasty and Husband enjoyed his chicken sandwich but we were definitely fried up too the max.
The total cost of our meal was $32.50. No tip required.
Snack from The Friar's Nook - Fantasyland, Magic Kingdom
We fancied some carrot cake so we stopped off at The Friar's Nook to get some. They were really delicious but two between the four of us was definitely enough.
The total cost for our snack was $9.50. No tip required.
Dinner at Landscape of Flavours - Art of Animation
There is so much variety in the Landscape of Flavours but I have to say, it was our least favourite place to eat dinner during our stay. By the time you had ordered all the food, the first dish you collected was cold! But it was our last night and we had returned to the hotel early so we had to make do with our dinner there.
Z wanted a chicken burger for his dinner with a side of crisps and Miss C wanted a pizza. We collected both of those first at those two locations were always the busiest. Husband and I decided to have some Indian; he chose the Tandorri boneless chicken thighs with a side of veg and naan and I chose the butter chicken with a side of basmati rice and naan bread. The naan bread was freshly made and really tasty!
The total cost of our meal was $35. No tip was required.
For the full day we spent $106.50 so you can definitely dine in Disney for around $100 per day if you wanted to.
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