Le Cellier Steakhouse is one of Disney World’s most-booked restaurants, and, therefore it’s pretty tough to score a reservation! The dining room is quite small, and themed to look as if you’re dining in a Canadian wine cellar the likes of those at Le Château Frontenac and Fairmont Château Laurier. Wooden tables are surrounded with stone walls and candle sconces.
The food is uniformly delicious at Le Cellier, in my opinion. Steaks are great, appetizers are innovative and hearty, and desserts — depending on what’s available — have always been good.
Service: Table Service
Type of Food: Steakhouse
Disney Dining Plan: Yes, 2 table service credits for lunch and dinner
Tables In Wonderland: Yes
Official Disney Menu
Disney Food Blog Review: Le Cellier Steakhouse Signature Dinner
Disney Food blog Review: Le Cellier’s New Lunch Menu Review
Disney Food Blog Review: New Le Cellier Signature Dinner Review
Disney Food Blog Review: New Lunch Menu at Le Cellier Steakhouse in Epcot’s Canada Pavilion
Disney Food Blog Review: Lunch at Le Cellier in Epcot’s Canada Pavilion (With the NEW Filet!)
Disney Food Blog Review: Le Cellier Steakhouse in Epcot’s Canada Pavilion
- Reservations are very difficult to get for Le Cellier. 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.
- Le Cellier’s dining room is divided into the Canadian provinces, so be sure to ask your server “where” you’re dining.
- Le Cellier’s breads represent different areas of Canada.
- Be sure to sample some Canadian ice wine — a supersweet wine made from frozen grapes.
Famous Dishes: Whole grain, pretzel, and sourdough breadsticks; Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup; Filet Mignon; Kids’ Chocolate Moose Dessert
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