Welcome! It’s lunchtime at Be Our Guest…
The Be Our Guest Restaurant in Fantasyland is the nicest restaurant at the Magic Kingdom. The food is delicious.
We like the quick service – and menu – at lunchtime better than the slow, full service at dinner, which can take up to 2 hours!
It’s almost impossible to get a reservation – for breakfast, lunch, or dinner – at the Be Our Guest restaurant in July. The restaurant takes reservations 180 days out and all the time slots fill up fast.
My CP friend Ricky had reservations for two for lunch last week at Be Our Guest and then dinner at Crystal Palace in the same day! Unfortunately, his friend got termed for having alcohol in his apartment just a few days before the lunch date.
He asked me if I would like to go instead and, of course, I said YES!!!
For breakfast and lunch, you are lined up to wait for a self-serve ordering system. You seat yourself after ordering lunch, and for the waiters to find you, they give you a “magic rose” that tracks where you are seated. If you’re wearing a magic band, they will use that instead.
Checking in for our 2pm lunch reservation with my magic rose.
The windows don’t actually look outside the restaurant…it’s always twilight at the Beast’s Castle.
20 foot ceilings with beautiful paintings.
All the food on the lunch menu is pretty heavy for a hot summer’s day and the portions are huge.
I ordered the slow-cooked pork with sweet mashed potatoes off kids menu instead ($8.49). While it was good, I seriously don’t believe any kids under the age of 9 would eat this!
But I appreciated it!
Slow-cooked pork with sweet mashed potatoes and green beans. The ‘kids’ portions are huge!
While the food is good, you really dine at Be Our Guest for the ambience.
Dessert time! My Master’s Cupcake.
There was a delay in getting our lunch. After 25 minutes, the manager came over and apologized and offered my friend a free dessert. He got a free cupcake with his meal. 🙂
The Master’s Cupcake with “grey stuff” frosting.
Other French-inspired desserts. Try the ‘Grey Stuff’, it’s delicious!! (Chocolate cream mousse!)
Note: The Beast only makes appearances at dinner.
No Beast today, but pretty stained glass.
To read more about my crazy 3 reservations in 1 day, click here: Crystal Palace Breakfast and here: Crystal Palace Dinner.
During our spring DCP program, we were invited to beta test the new lunch service at Be Our Guest:
So pretty! All three dining rooms are open at lunchtime.
A Regal Lunch with No Time Crunch
Lunch is available from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM in all three of our elegant and immersive dining areas.
The restaurant features medieval windows reaching the ceiling and murals depicting the Enchanted Rose and characters from the film, including Belle, the Beast, Mrs. Potts, Chip, Lumière, and Cogsworth.
Enjoy a delicious, expeditious quick-service lunch in a majestic setting—with a lush décor you’ll adore! Mrs. Potts insists you dine in a manner befitting royalty! So raise a glass, and dine first-class.
Cuisine is French-inspired. Three dining rooms are located within the castle, including the ballroom where Belle and the Beast danced, the West Wing where the rose is kept, and a gallery with paintings and a 7′ wooden music box depicting Belle and Beast.
Stay light on your feet with a fresh tuna Niçoise salad, or indulge in a tempting béchamel-smothered croque-monsieur sandwich served with pommes frites. Other favorites include the turkey baguette, vegetable quiche and the chef’s favorite—our “singing,” 8-hour braised pork! Your princesses and mini-beasts, meanwhile, can enjoy popular kids’ menu choices like Mickey meatloaf and whole-grain macaroni.
Reservations are recommended. With a reservation, you can also enjoy the convenience of pre-ordering your lunch online—up to 30 days before your visit—through our new order-ahead dining service!
The Lunch Menu (07/2015)
French Onion Soup – Also available without cheese and crouton. $5.49
Potato Leek Soup $5.29
Tuna Nicoise Salad – Warm seared tuna steak with chilled green beans, potatoes, olives, roasted bell peppers, tomatoes, and hard boiled eggs $13.99
Braised Pork – slow-cooked pork with vegetables and bacon served with mashed potatoes and green beans jardiniere $12.99
Carved Turkey Sandwich – served on a warm baguette with Dijon mayonnaise and Pomme Frites $11.49
Carved Prime Chuck Roast Beef Sandwich – served warm on a baguette with horseradish sour cream and Pomme Frites $12.49
Quinoa Salad – with chilled green beans, potatoes, olives, roasted bell peppers, golden beets and tomatoes $10.49
Croque Monsieur – Grilled sandwich of carved ham, Gruyere cheese, and bechamel with Pommes Frites $11.49
Vegetable Quiche – mushroom, zucchini, bell pepper, onion, and chive quiche; served with baby lettuce and champagne vinaigrette $9.49 **Recommended!!
The Master’s Cupcake – chocolate sponge cake topped with Lumiere’s special grey stuff $4.19 [Recommended!!]
Strawberry Cream Cheese Cupcake – vanilla sponge cake, strawberry mousse filling, and cream cheese icing $4.19
Triple Chocolate Cupcake – chocolate sponge cake, chocolate mousse filling, and chocolate ganache $4.19
Lemon Meringue Cupcake – Vanilla sponge cake, lemon custard filling, flamed meringue icing $4.19
Chocolate Cream Puff – filled with chocolate mousse topped with whipped cream $4.19 **Recommended!!
Eclaire a l’Orange – custard filling with zested Orange and then finished with Chocolate Ganache $4.19
Lemon-Raspberry Cream Puff – filled with lemon custard (Gluten Free – No Sugar Added) $4.19
Soft Drinks – Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Sprite, Orange, Root Beer $2.99
Bottled Water $2.50
Perrier Water $3.25
Orange Juice $3.79
Apple Juice $2.69
Lowfat Milk $1.79
Chocolate Milk $2.59
Fresh Brewed Coffee $2.39
Fresh Brewed Iced Tea $2.99
Hot Cocoa $2.39
Souvenir Castle Goblet – Light Up Castle-themed Souvenir Goblet with choice of fountain beverage. $16.99
Ariel Light Cup – Child’s Ariel Cup with Light Up Clip and choice of fountain beverage. $6.99
Pirate Light Cup – Child’s Pirate Cup with Light Up Clip and choice of fountain beverage. $6.99
Mickey Straw for your drink $.59
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