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Topolino's Terrace Breakfast Review


Breakfast at Topolino's has been getting quite the hype since it opened, so I was thrilled when I snagged a reservation with my fellow Agent Maci on our trip to celebrate Magic Kingdom's 50th birthday.

This restaurant is located on the 10th floor of Disney's Riviera Resort, the newest to open on Walt Disney World property. The d├ęcor is modern and bright, with floor to ceiling windows and a balcony to continue to take in the views right outside. Breakfast is a character dining experience, with Mickey and friends being dressed in their artsy best! Park attire is welcome, but you could just as easily get a little fancy and feel comfortable.

We were told it would be about 10 minutes so we went to the bar where I ordered a Bellini and Maci got a Mimosa, light on the OJ! The excellent bartender barely had time to make our drinks before our table was ready.

We were quickly greeted by our server Chris from Orlando and we're pretty sure we found the OG! For those not in the know, Chris from Orlando is the name tag given to Cast Members who don't have their correct tag’s name yet. We were shown proof that it's really his name, and we have a strong hunch he does in fact live in Orlando. He was such a fantastic cast member, it would just feel right that all the newbies be named after him.

We received our bread bucket and everything was delicious! The spreads were strawberry jam and hazelnut chocolate.

Chris from Orlando recommended we order the Quiche Lorraine Frittata and the Wood-Fired Butchers Steak, with a side of waffles. We also ordered an extra side of eggs, which was a drop too much. Y’all, everything was SO good. The quiche was light and tasty. The fresh fruit and whipped cream on the hot, fresh waffles were welcome and bright, but the clear winner for me was the steak. It was perfectly cooked, and immensely flavorful! If any of these entrees appeal to you, you won't regret ordering it, but if you’re at all inclined, please make the choice to treat yourself to this steak for breakfast!

Characters here walk around frequently and are so fun to get pictures with in their festive attire.
 

Since characters were still distanced, they weren't signing anything on our visit. We were given an autograph signature card at the end of our breakfast.

I wanted to try an additional drink, but also hadn't had my coffee for the day yet. Chris recommended I order the second bubbly drink with my meal and then brought me a delicious iced coffee to go when we were wrapping up. It was the cherry on top of a practically perfect meal.


If you’re staying nearby, or have a resort day planned on your next Disney trip, I highly recommend Topolino’s Terrace for breakfast!

Elizabeth Guffre
Elizabeth's priority as your travel consultant is to make your vacation as fun and stress free as possible. You can email Elizabeth at liz@kingdomkonsultant.com

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