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October 1, 2012
From journal First Walt Disney World Adventure
October 2, 2009
Fort Worth, Texas
August 22, 2006
From journal 2 Weeks in Orlando
July 2, 2006
From journal Magical Walt Disney World Birthday Trip Full of Holiday Cheer!
June 29, 2006
From journal Animal Kingdom Lodge
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
May 6, 2006
From journal Thanksgiving With The Mouse
February 2, 2006
From journal Disney & Orlando Dining
East Haven, Connecticut
October 26, 2005
On the morning of October 17, 2005, we got the kids up a little early so we could have breakfast with Mickey. The restaurant is located inside the Contemporary Resort on the fourth floor. When we arrived there was only one other family in front of us, but the restaurant was already packed with people. While we waited for our table a Disney photographer took a family photo of us and directed us to the line in which we could meet Goofy. Goofy was the only character who was not visiting the tables, instead he stayed in the center of the restaurant so you could visit him.
We knew this was going to be a great experience when we walked past a handful of characters and saw that our table was right next to a window that overlooked the Magic Kingdom. Chip was the first character to join us at the table and he was more than happy to spend a couple minutes with the kids before posing for a couple photos and signing their autograph books. No sooner did Chip leave the table and Minnie surprised us with a visit. This was our daughter’s first trip to Disney and she has never met Minnie before and seeing her face light up as Minnie approached the table was priceless.
We dined on a bountiful breakfast buffet ($17.99 for Adults, $9.99 for Children ages 3-9) of three different omelets, bacon, sausage, hash, pancakes and waffles in the shape of Mickey himself. While we ate our breakfast Pluto, Mickey and Dale visited our table and what made their visits memorable, was the attention that they showed the kids rather than just signing their books and walking away.
We left Chef Mickey’s at 8:58 am with our belly’s full and having seen each character at least twice. Other than a great meal and a superb character experience, the one thing that convinced me this was the place to have breakfast, was the line to get in: that now had more than thirty people waiting in it.
From journal Walt Disney World's Character Dining Experiences
St. Louis, Missouri
September 14, 2005
From journal A Great Time in Orlando!
August 7, 2005
Chef Mickey's offers a character breakfast and dinner, both of which are buffets. The characters are of the classic kind: Goofy, Donald, Pluto, Minnie, and the main mouse himself, Mickey.
I have never eaten the dinner buffet, but I can tell you that the breakfast buffet is fantastic. There are MANY delicious options, and you can fill up on as many as you like! There is absolutely something for everyone here.
For obvious reasons, kids will absolutely LOVE this place. It is one of the best character dining experiences in WDW. Definitely make reservations for this one.
From journal The Magic of Disney - A Guide to the World