Disney World makes changes to restaurants frequently. Now, they’ve changed several things at Be Our Guest. Are they worth it?
Be Our Guest
Head to Disney World’s Magic Kingdom to dine at Be Our Guest in Fantasyland. Here, guests enjoy French-inspired fare in elaborately themed rooms based on the beloved Beauty and the Beast movie.
Be Our Guest Restaurant is a large, elegant dining destination located at the foot of Beast’s Castle in Fantasyland. Whether you are enjoying lunch or dinner, you will experience an atmosphere made for memories. Check out Donna’s review HERE.
This is a themed dining meal where the Beast roams throughout his castle and greets guests. Prior to the Park closures, Guests could meet the Beast and have photos taken by PhotoPass photographers. Now he wanders around the restaurant instead.
First, take a look at the menu changes and see if this is a positive change or not…
The following appetizers were previously on the menu here: meat and cheese artisanal selection, escargot, Main lobster bisque, mixed green salad, and Piment d’Espelette spiced tuna. Now, all of these but the escargot have been replaced!
The current menu lists the following selections: French onion soup, country pear salad, duck and pork terrine, escargot, and potato-leek soup with caviar.
If you’re a fan of Be Our Guest’s filet mignon or poulet rouge chicken, you’ll be happy to know these entrees are still on the menu. However, the pork tenderloin, lamb chops, and roasted corn and spinach tortilla are no longer available.
Instead, you’ll find these new items: dry-aged duroc pork chops, sustainable market fresh fish, and vadouvan spiced vegetables.
When dining at Be Our Guest, you can finish your meal with lemon jam macaroon, chocolate tart, dark chocolate truffle and vanilla cake with lemon curd. None of these have changed.
Previously, pricing was $62 per adult and $37 per child to eat here at lunch or dinner. Now, you’ll pay a whopping $67 per adult (ages 10 and up) $39 per child. Note that these prices do not include tax and gratuity.
To eat at Be Our Guest, you’ll pay $67 per adult (ages 10 and up) $39 per child, excluding tax and gratuity.
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