Do you have plans to dine in the Beast’s Castle at Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom?
If so, you’ll want to keep an eye out for some new additions coming to the menus for breakfast and lunch. [Read more…]
We have been on the lookout for new, higher prices at many restaurants and snack stands around the parks since we first spotted the increases earlier this month. Our latest visit to the Magic Kingdom had us collecting a few new prices for you.
That’s right, add a few more dollars to your wallet or on your gift cards (we found Christmas themed ones are now available!) to eat at the following Magic Kingdom locations.
Disney World’s Be Our Guest Restaurant recently changed up its dinner menu a bit, and I got the chance to try the new chicken dish. First of all, here’s something that’s interesting to note: the new Chicken Breast Provençal wasn’t yet on the printed menu when we visited. Our waitress said it was available to order, but the hen was still reflected on the current menu handed out.
She described it as basically Chicken Parmesan without the cheese. I would disagree. The sauce had a very distinct flavor. Do not expect an Italian essence. It was a mixture of white wine and green olive, with heavy emphasis on the olive. No hint of garlic in the sauce at all.
The chicken was [Read more…]
From the mysterious cracked door arch into the Beast’s Ballroom…
…to these gorgeous entryway mosaics, we know the restaurant will hold many more incredible decor elements for guests to enjoy as soon as it opens!
The Imagineers have shared exciting details of the Be Our Guest restaurant opening later this year in the Beauty and the Beast section of the new Fantasyland in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.
Finally — we have menu and reservation details to share with you! YAY!!! 😉 Scroll down for the deets…
From a massive mural to three themed dining rooms, guests will be immersed in scenes from the 1991 animated film “Beauty and the Beast”. The model of the new Fantasyland shows the restaurant, Be Our Guest, nestled underneath the Beast’s Castle.
Guests will enjoy one of three dining rooms – West Wing, Library, or the Ballroom – in this 550 seat venue. Guests will be able to dine counter-service during the day, and table service at night!
Here are a few more new details…
The menu, as we mentioned will include both counter-service (for lunch) and table-service (for dinner) eats! There are also some fun new details about how Disney is making counter service a bit more civilized. 😉 Read on…
This will be a bit different than what you’re used to with regular Magic Kingdom counter service. Touch-screen, automated terminals (like you can find at Pecos Bill and 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, 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.
The counter-service menu itself will include [Read more…]