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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Hong Kong: Disneyland's Fantasyland - Royal Banquet Hall

As promised from my Disneyland Amusement Park Experience blog, here is Disneyland's Fantasyland - Royal Banquet Hall.  This dining hall serves up international food in four (4) "quick-service-kitchens"; fit for any Asian guests' food choices.


The Four (4) Quick-Service-Kitchens are:
  • Kettle - serves curries and stews and specialty rice dishes.
  • Dim Sum - serves Chinese steam dim sum and rice.
  • Sushi - serves Japanese sushi and tempura.
  • Grill - serves American grills like sausages, satays and steaks.

Kettle Kitchen

Dim Sum Kitchen

Sushi Kitchen

Grill Kitchen

Full view of the Royal Banquet Hall's Kitchens

Aside from the kitchens, the Royal Banquet Hall features statues of the famous Disney Princesses and their Princes dancing among their banners and shields and sweeping archways.


Princess Aurora and Prince Philip of the fairytale Sleeping Beauty
Princess Aurora and Prince Philip of Sleeping Beauty up close

Princess Aurora and Prince Philip is dancing beneath this medieval ceiling light decor.

The Magnificent Hallway

This Magnificent hallway leading to the kitchens is really so awesome that we were transported back to the medieval period of royalty; with its high-beamed ceilings, banners and intricate carvings contribute to the authenticity of the castle atmosphere.


Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast up close

Beauty and the Beast statue amidst the diners

Dinner hall with its lavish lighting decor, lamps and windows all seem so surreal!


Cinderella and Prince Charming
Cinderella and Prince Charming up close

Shields, armours, banners with their respective crests

Royal archways of old medieval times


Some more of the banquet hall's features
Other archway structures inside the banquet hall

Intricate and detailed carvings on the pillars
Coat of Arms?

Classic cartoon favorites, painted on the wall.

Payment counter

This restaurant is a Disney Princess Storybook dining experience, where one feel like royalty in this medieval-themed dining hall.  With its high beamed ceiling, decorative leaded-glass windows, sweeping archways, sheilds, armours and banners with their respective coat-of-arms and crests, contribute all the more to the authentic castle atmosphere.  Indeed it's a "Royal Dining Experience"!





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