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5 Things You Should Know Before Eating At Super Exclusive 21 Royal

21 Royal
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TMS-3954
Source:
delish.com
Author:
Tess Koman
Dateline:
August 23, 2018
Posted:
August 28, 2018
Status:
Current
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If there's one thing you should know about Disneyland, it's that there are tons of places to eat with delicious food for reasonable prices. The park's 21 Royal is not one of those places. Yes, of course, the food is A+, but it'll cost you $15,000. Literally. And that brings us right to the first thing you need to know

You can reserve this magical dining experience for up to 12 people for $15,000. No, that is not a typo! That fee includes park admission for everyone in your party, valet service and a tip for all those working to make the evening as special as it is (that means a butler, a sommelier, and servers who are also professional tour guides). Oh, and it covers the seven-course dinner - and dessert - you'll all be eating as well.

You're paying for ultra luxury.

Said aforementioned seven-course meal is made by renowned executive chef Andrew Sutton and chef de cuisine Clint Chin. Every meal is special as the team "thoughtfully prepares a menu that weaves together a tapestry of imaginative dishes that combine to create an experience that is uniquely yours." Also, you can choose where within the gorgeous setting you'd like to dine - coffee and dessert is offered out on the balcony, where you have the most private view of the park's nightly fireworks.

The space is entrenched in Disney history.

21 Royal is 2,200 square feet and was originally modeled as a private residence for Walt and Lillian Disney. Yes! The space was created for the Disneys to live in shortly before Walt died in 1966. So, to answer your next question, it is unclear whether or not this is a haunted dining experience.

Just like the rest of the park, though, there are Disney secrets inside.

Almost everything inside has an undertone of Disney magic in it - the parlor has hidden Mickeys throughout, and there are hints of Mickey everywhere. Reportedly. There are no pictures in existence other than the ones on Disney's website!

It's really hard to find.

21 Royal is nestled above the park's Pirates of the Caribbean ride in New Orleans Square, but it's only marked by one, extremely easy to miss sign.
 
Attractions Referenced

Pirates Of The Caribbean

 
Restaurants Referenced

21 Royal

 
Lands Referenced

New Orleans Square

 
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