Be Our Guest Restaurant
Be Our Guest Restaurant is part of the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland expansion.
LATEST NEWS: Be Our Guest Restaurant will serve Beer and Wine — the first restaurant to do so in the Magic Kingdom.
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- Be Our Guest Restaurant Menus and food photos
- Be our Guest Restaurant Beer/Wine Menu
- Be our Guest Restaurant Kids’ Menu
- a Be Our Guest Restaurant Photo Tour
- Be Our Guest Restaurant West Wing and Rose Gallery Photos
- and a Be Our Guest Restaurant Video Tour!
Counter-Service (fast-casual) for lunch, then Table Service (sit down) for dinner
Lunch is unique at Be Our Guest Restaurant in that, as of February 25, 2015, guests can make Advanced Dining Reservations for this Counter Service experience, and pre-order their meals using “My Disney Experience” within 30 days of their dining date.
For those who choose not to pre-order their lunch, touch-screen, automated terminals (like you can find at Contempo Cafe) will be available for guests to customize their orders. For special dietary requests and cash orders, cashiers will also be available.
Once your order is placed (either online in advance or at the restaurant), you’ll sit down and your order will be delivered to you on real tableware — no paper and plastic around here. Guests who have eaten at Wolfgang Puck Express in Downtown Disney will understand the process here.
At dinner, guests will be seated and served as in other Disney table-service restaurants. Keep reading to find out about the lovely dining rooms you’ll be dining in! The restaurant seats 546 for lunch and 340 for dinner. (In the evenings the Rose Gallery is used as a staging area for table-service dining.)
Type of Food: French-Inspired, see below for full menus.
Location: Beast’s Castle in Magic Kingdom
Disney Dining Plan: Yes, one quick-service credit for lunch; one table-service credit for dinner
Tables in Wonderland: Yes, dinner only.
Counter-Service Menu: Sandwiches and salads on the menu include a tuna Niçoise salad and a Croque Monsieur sandwich with carved ham, Gruyere cheese, béchamel, and pommes frites, plus Carved turkey on a warm baguette with Dijon mayonnaise, or a Carved Prime Chuck Roast Beef Sandwich. These are also served with pommes frites. A braised pork dish — this is the Chef’s favorite. Vegetarians will enjoy a loaded vegetable quiche or quinoa salad. For the kiddos at lunch, expect a carved turkey sandwich, slow cooked pork, Mickey meatloaf, seared mahi mahi, or whole-grain macaroni topped with marinara and mozzarella.
Table-Service Menu: Charcuterie plate with cured meats and sausages, mussels steamed in white wine, French onion or potato leek soup, a salad with champagne vinaigrette, and a salad trio with roasted beet, raisins, and orange; green beans, tomatoes, and roasted shallots; and watermelon, radish, and mint.
Main course options include a thyme-scented pork rack chop with au gratin pasta, pan-seared chicken breast, pan-seared salmon in leek fondue, grilled strip steak with pommes frites, sautéed shrimp and scallops with veggies in puff pastry with creamy lobster sauce, and layered ratatouille.
For dessert, enjoy strawberry cream cheese, lemon meringue, or triple chocolate cupcakes, a chocolate cream puff, lemon-raspberry cream puff, or a passion fruit cream puff, and of course the “Grey Stuff.”
For kids at dinner, it’s grilled steak, grilled fish of the day, whole-grain macaroni, Mickey meatloaf, or grilled chicken breast.
Two non-alcoholic signature drinks will be offered in a souvenir goblet.
Click these links to see a Be Our Guest Restaurant Photo Tour, and Photos of Be Our Guest Restaurant’s West Wing and Rose Gallery.
The restaurant is nestled underneath the mysterious castle (home to Beast from “Beauty and the Beast”) in the new Fantasyland “countryside”! Passing through an old gateway to a stone bridge and through wrought-iron gates with six beastly figures along the sides, guests are reminded of the story of the Beast’s transformation.
The doors inside the lower rocks (on the right) and between the green trees lead to Be Our Guest. Knock, knock!
When arriving for lunch, guests are directed through the Armor Hallway, where six suits of armor stand along the wall (listen closely for an occasional whisper from the metal figures). Wow! In the Beast’s Parlor, lunch orders are placed at five guest-activated terminals. Dinner guests enter directly into the majestic Ballroom.
Medieval windows extending to the ceiling enchant diners seated in the delicate Rose Gallery with twirling, larger-than-life figures of Belle and Beast, forbidden, dramatic West Wing featuring an enchanted rose, or the two-story stately Ballroom styled with a domed ceiling, twinkling chandeliers and views of softly falling snow.
The Ballroom conveys the film’s elegance with a coffered, 20-foot ceiling with fluffy clouds and cherubs, sparkling chandeliers and a terrazzo floor. At the far end of the room, 18-foot-tall arched windows look out to the French countryside, where special effects create a light snowfall through the starry sky.
Stepping into the West Wing, guests will find a darker and more mysterious atmosphere. The glass bell jar containing the enchanted rose slowly drops petals as time runs out for the beast. Over the fireplace, a portrait of the young prince in human form is slashed by the beast’s claws. With flashes of lightning, the image in the portrait transforms from prince to Beast.
The Rose Gallery features a large music box centerpiece nearly 7 feet tall with Belle and the Beast slowly twirling atop. Paintings and tapestries adorn the walls, celebrating the characters from the story, with four of the tapestries inspired by background art from the film. Carved roses are featured throughout the room!
From the mysterious cracked door archinto the Beast’s Ballroom…
…to these gorgeous entryway mosaics, even the floor is tiled with intricate mosaics!
With imagineered details, guests will feel as if they’ve been transported inside the beloved film. Check out a video of the massive mural that serves as the ballroom’s backdrop!
Guests will be enchanted with original artwork and theme elements like this incredible portraitof the Beast himself.
We love this decor motif — the enchanted rosefrom Beauty and the Beast!
Any fan of the film knows that the symbol of the rose plays a significant role in the telling of Beast’s story.
When you arrive for the first time, take note of the roses carved into the backs of restaurant chairs.
Gilded roses add to the motif.
And be sure to look up when passing through the restaurant to take in the rich detail of the ceiling, as well as the roses on the capitals of these pillars.
This stunning stained-glass rose chandelier resembles cathedral windows! The stocky candles that flank the middle panel really convey the feeling that you’re in a castle. And check out that gorgeous blue and gold mosaic domed ceiling!
As in all Disney films, music is an important element throughout the Be Our Guest restaurant. Musical themes from the film add to the ambiance. In the Ballroom, a 50-piece orchestra recorded the music from the film. The Rose Gallery, features special music box arrangements of the same pieces heard in the Ballroom, in perfect synchrony, so that guests moving from room to room will hear the same tune transformed from one style to another. It’s in the West Wing, that a somber, melancholy arrangement will be heard.
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- Reservations are very difficult to get. You’ll need to call 180 days in advance for reservations. If staying at a Disney resort, call 180 days in advance and ask for availability during all days of your stay.
- A credit card number is required at time of booking. If you need to cancel, do so prior to 24 hours before your reservation time; there will be a fee to cancel within 24 hours.
- The Rose Gallery is only open during lunch.
Famous Dishes: Croque Monsieur; Potato Leek Soup; Grilled Strip Steak
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