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Grand Floridian Resort has a few options in terms of breakfast. You can get a reservation for one of my favorite character meals at 1900 Park Fare, grab a quick service meal at Gasparilla Island Grill or enjoy a sit down breakfast at the Grand Floridian Cafe. We have found that the Grand Floridian Cafe breakfast is a great way to start the day!
Grand Floridian Cafe Breakfast
While dining at the Grand Floridian Cafe, you will feel as though you have been transported back in time to the turn of the century.
The restaurant shares the Victorian theme of the resort in terms of decor.
If you score a seat near the window, you can observe the beautiful rose garden and pool.
The Grand Floridian Cafe prices for breakfast are not unreasonable for a table service restaurant in a deluxe resort.
To me, it is well worth it to be able to enjoy the scenery and have the experience of spending time at the Grand Floridian.
If you are dining on the Disney dining plan, this is considered a table service restaurant.
Sampling of the Grand Floridian Cafe Breakfast Menu
- Steak and Eggs: Sirloin Steak, Cheesy-Hash Brown Casserole, Two Eggs, and House-made Steak Sauce
- The Grand Breakfast: Two Eggs served with Bacon, Sausage, and Cheesy-Hash Brown Casserole
- Brioche French Toast: Madagascar Vanilla Bean-scented Brioche French Toast with Bacon or Sausage
- Eggs Benedict Flight: One of each: Traditional, Lobster & Spicy Chorizo Benedict served with tomato salad.
The Grand Floridian Cafe menu at breakfast even has Mickey Waffles.
And if you want a little special beverage for your breakfast at Grand Floridian Cafe, you can enjoy a Bloody Mary or Mimosa.
Even if you aren’t staying at The Grand Floridian, you can enjoy breakfast here.
We often stop on our way into Magic Kingdom. We just hop on the monorail prior to going into the park.
You can (and probably should) make a reservation at Grand Floridian Cafe, but if you don’t have one, check with the front desk to see if they have availability.
While busy, it turns over fairly quickly for breakfast and I wouldn’t imagine that you would have to wait long.
Have you dined at the Grand Floridian Cafe for breakfast, lunch or dinner? What was your experience?