The role of bacterial communication, also known as quorum sensing is an important mechanism in biofilm formation which is fundamental to the development of anti-biofilm strategies. In this current study, the synergy between a quorum sensing inhibitor (cinnamaldehyde) and two antibiotics (ceftazidime and levofloxacin) was evaluated in an attempt to develop a strategy for biofilm disruption using the high-throughput minimum biofilm eliminating concentration (MBEC) assay. Klebsiella pneumoniae and Proteus mirabilis biofilms of initial broth suspensions of 108 colony forming units (CFU) per mL, cultivated on the pegs of the MBEC device were challenged with 5120 µg/ml of ceftazidime and levofloxacin in a double dilution assay in the presence of 500 µM cinnamaldehyde. The minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) in the presence of cinnamaldehyde for ceftazidime and levofloxacin were 0.125% (640 µg/mL) and 0.0625% (320 µg/mL) respectively with no significant bacterial growth on LB agar. The MBECs for ceftazidime and levofloxacin were above 5120 and 2560 µg/mL respectively which yielded over 70% reduction in both Klebsiella pneumoniae and Proteus mirabilis biofilms. The above results indicate the possibility that the synergy between antimicrobial agents may lead to biofilm eradication.