Anaheim's Disneyland in California has launched 21 Royal - a private dining experience that costs $15,000, but what does it get you?
The 21 Royal is a pretty grand affair that comes with a private sommelier and butler for a party of up to 12 people.
Diners get a seven course diner that is, according to the 21 Royal website, tailored to a theme of their choice. It’s prepared by executive chef Andrew Sutton and chef de cuisine Justin Monson who present what they call “epicurean theater”.
“Using your chosen theme for the evening as inspiration, the team thoughtfully prepares a menu that weaves together a tapestry of imaginative dishes that combine to tell a tale that is uniquely yours. The result is Disney storytelling at its delicious best.”
The space, which overlooks New Orleans square inside the park, was originally intended to be the private living area for Walt and Lillian Disney and is certainly fitting for the original owners of the company.
There’s actually little detail on what type of food or wine you get for the $1250 per head price tag, but we can’t wait to see the first posts from the restaurant.
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