1900 Park Fare is a buffet restaurant located inside the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. You will want to give yourself plenty of time to enjoy the scenery before your meal. The sheer opulence of the GF takes a while to soak in. Walk around the grounds and check out the Alice in Wonderland themed children’s play area.
The restaurant is open from 8am to 9pm and WDW park passes are not required. You can get to the GF via car, boat, bus or monorail depending on where you are coming from. I have enjoyed meals at just about every time here and have not been disappointed. Not on the same day! The characters that you will meet do change from time to time. I have seen Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine, the stepsisters, Alice and Mary Poppins.
The children’s section of the buffet is lower and has Mickey head shaped plates. There’s no judging adults who use those plates, just in case you were thinking about it. The selections are what you would expect – breakfast has mini Mickey waffles, potato puffs, cheesy scrambled eggs etc. For dinner there are the staples of chicken nuggets, pizza and macaroni and cheese. Children do not have to stay in that section and can choose from the entire buffet.
The main part of the buffet for breakfast include lobster topped eggs benedict (super fantastic), a carving station for ham and usually some sort of hash and scrambled eggs. Dinner includes carved striploin and turkey breast, a fish dish or two and all the sides you can imagine. There is a nicely loaded salad bar and soup selection also.
At breakfast you can also expect fruit and pastries as well as bagels. Deserts are out pretty much all the time and should not be skipped! They will have an assortment that includes brownies, cheesecake and flan. Again, no judging if you start with the desert!
Have fun and enjoy your meal!