Disney VIP Private Guided Tours
One of our favorite eats was at the Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall. Here are some of the pictures of the beautiful and over the top themeing on the exterior of the restaurant.
Queen of Hearts Sign
Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall
Queen of Hearts Outdoor themeing.
These two fun themed vending machines actually emitted steam from the top and spout at random intervals.
Tea Cup Vending Machines.
Queen of Hearts Theme.
Detailed in these pictures is the interior themeing of the Banquet Hall. You’ll recognize plenty of elements from the animated film; and who wouldn’t want to walk through this giant door handle doorway to get to their meal?
Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall.
Oversized, cartoony pots and flowers dominate the dining space.
Let the banquet begin!
The buffet line set up won’t be new to anyone who’s done a Disney buffet before, but we love the giant pots and pans hanging from the ceiling!
A colorful stained glass window showcases some of our favorite characters from the movie.
Stained Glass Window.
And, of course, there are plenty of photo ops!
Fun at Queen of Hearts!
These Queen of Hearts trays were lots of fun to use at the buffet. Very cafeteria like!
And the plates were very unexpected!
Alice in Wonderland themed plates.
Reverse side of plate.
Options on the buffet included several different meats and fish… .
Menu at Queen of Hearts.
Here are the special options that were available for the Easter Wonderland celebration.
Special Easter Menu.
I opted for the Heart Shaped Meat Patty with Onion Sauce.
My fiancé chose the Fried Seafood Assortment with Tartar Sauce.
Both were very different to our not yet adjusted palates, but were very flavorful. I must note though that my fiancé had to remove the head from her prawn before she could begin her meal.
Dessert choices were also displayed.
Happy Unbirthday Cake!
Even dessert is extra fun!
Cheshire Cat dessert!
Also you will see accompanying a few of our desserts on the trip is a souvenir plate or cup. These were common at counter service and snack carts alike, and unlike their American counterparts many of these souvenir dishes were on real china making it a great keepsake.