This post covers everything you need to know about the Be Our Guest restaurant including information on menus, a FAQ and more!
Be Our Guest Restaurant Overview
The Be Our Guest Restaurant opened as part of the New Fantasyland expansion in December 2013. The restaurant is based on Beast’s Castle from the 1991 Disney animated film, Beauty and the Beast and is titled after the famous ‘Be Our Guest’ song from the movie.
The castle itself is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with quick service available at breakfast and lunch and the restaurant transforming to a full table service in the evenings.
There are three dining rooms located within the castle, each with their own unique feel:
The Grand Ballroom
This is where Belle and the Beast danced together and is arguably the room with the best view in the entire restaurant (it is certainly my favourite of the three rooms). The large windows at the back show the French countryside outside on a winters night with a snowy backdrop to enjoy a meal over.
The Rose Gallery
Photo credit: Dads Guide to WDW
This area of the restaurant features a collection of various different paintings and tapestries that show scenes from the movie as well as various characters adventures in the castle. Even if you aren’t dining in this room I would encourage walking around it as the attention to detail on the storytelling of the paintings is incredible.
The West Wing
Those who know the film well will know that The West Wing is usually out of bounds and is where the enchanted rose is kept. However, The Beast has opened it up for guests to dine at and this is a fantastic room to dine in and has a few surprises in store for guests when they are eating their meals. Again, another room well worth getting up and walking around even if you aren’t dining in it.
Be Our Guest Restaurant Breakfast Menu
Be Our Guest offers an extensive breakfast menu though keep in mind that the offerings may not be for everyone and doesn’t feature the usual american style breakfast that might be expected.
All main breakfast entrees are priced at $21.99 and $13.99 for kids meals, or can be used as a quick service entitlement (alongside the beverage). Each entree comes with a selection of pastries which are all really tasty though sometimes can be a little on the stingy side when you have more than two people to a table. I would say breakfast is well worth it on the dining plan as a credit but perhaps worth consideration if you are thinking about paying for your meal.
Be Our Guest Cup – $5.00
Be Our Guest Cup with a choice of fountain beverage
Souvenir Castle Goblet – $14.00
Light up castle goblet with a choice of fountain beverage
Mickey Straw – $0.69
Just a straw shaped like Mickey, doesn’t come with a drink
There are other options available as well to drink including milk, chocolate milk, orange juice and apple juice.
Assorted Cured Meats & Cheese – $21.99
Alpine-smoked ham, serrano ham, sopressata, and cheese with marmalade, fresh fruit, toasted baguette, and a selection of pastries
Open-faced bacon and egg sandwich – $21.99
Poached eggs, applewood bacon, brie cheese, and arugula on a toasted baguette served with fresh fruit and a selection of pastries
Croque Madame – $21.99
Open-faced ham sandwich topped with a fried egg, gruyere cheese, and béchamel served with fresh fruit and a selection of pastries
Eggs Florentine – $21.99
Puff pastry shell filled with scrambled eggs, cheese, and fresh spinach served with country ham, roasted plum tomatoes, and a selection of pastries
Scrambled Egg Whites – $21.99
Scrambled egg whites with roasted tomatoes, chicken apple sausage, fresh fruit, and a selection of pastries
Vegetable Quiche – $21.99
Crepes – $13.99
Crepes stuffed with yogurt, fresh berries, and wildberry foam served with a selection of pastries
French Toast – $13.99
Brioche bread served with fresh fruit and a selection of pastries
Oatmeal – $13.99
Steel-cut oatmeal served with golden raisins, brown sugar, and a selection of pastries. (Yes this may be the most expensive oatmeal you will ever buy
Scrambled Eggs – $13.99
Scrambled eggs served with applewood bacon, fresh fruit, and a selection of pastries
Cereal – $13.99
Choice of Kellogg’s cereal with milk, fresh fruit, and a selection of pastries
Be Our Guest Restaurant Lunch Menu
The Be Our Guest lunch menu is perfect if you have had enough of the typical lunch offerings offered in some of the other locations in the Magic Kingdom. Adults won’t find a burger or chicken nuggets in sight here and there are plenty of option for kids too!
With the most expensive adult entree coming in at $15.99 the menu is reasonably affordable. Those on the dining plan will be able to use a quick service entitlement to grab a beverage, entree and dessert.
Souvenir Castle Goblet – $16.99
Light up castle goblet with a choice of fountain beverage. (This is the same as breakfast but more expensive because… lunch?)
Be Our Guest Cup – $7.99
Be Our Guest Cup with a choice of fountain beverage
Adult Cold Fountain Beverage – $2.99
Self-serve 22oz cold fountain beverage
Adult Hot Beverage – $2.49
Self-serve, choice between hot chocolate or coffee
Dasani Bottled Water – $2.75
Low fat milk – $1.99
Nesquik Chocolate Milk – $2.59
Perrier Water – $3.50
Mickey Straw – $0.69
Tuna Niçoise Salad – $15.99
Warm seared tuna steak, chilled green beans, potatoes, olives, roasted bell peppers, tomatoes and a hard poached egg
Croque Monsieur – $12.99
Grilled sandwich of carved ham and gruyere cheese and bechamel with pommes frites
Quinoa Salad – $10.49
Quinoa salad with green beans, potatoes, olives, roasted bell peppers, golden beets and tomatoes
Carved Turkey Sandwich – $12.99
Carved turkey sandwich served warm on a baguette with Dijon mayonnaise and pommes frites
Carved Prime Chuck Roast Beef Sandwich – $13.99
Served warm on a baguette with horseradish sour cream and pommes frites
Vegetable Quiche – $10.49
Mushroom, zucchini, bell pepper, onion and chive quiche served with baby lettuce coated with champagne vinaigrette
Braised Pork – $14.99
Eight hour slow-cooked pork with mushrooms, onions, carrots and bacon served with mashed potatoes and green beans jardiniere
French Onion Soup – $5.49
Potato Leek Soup – $5.49
The Master’s Cupcake – $4.59
Chocolate sponge cake topped with Lumiere’s special “Grey Stuff”
Triple Chocolate Cupcake – $4.59
Chocolate sponge cake, chocolate mousse filling and chocolate ganache
Chocolate Cream Puff – $4.59
Chocolate cream puff filled with chocolate mousse topped with whipped cream
Éclair à l’Orange – $4.59
Custard filling with zested orange and finished with chocolate ganache
Strawberry Cream Cheese Cupcake – $4.59
Vanilla sponge cake, strawberry mousse filling and cream cheese icing
Lemon Meringue Cupcake – $4.59
Vanilla sponge cake, lemon custard filling and flamed meringue icing
Lemon & Raspberry Cream Puff – $4.59
Gluten free, no sugar added, lemon-raspberry cream puff filled with lemon custard
Mickey Meatloaf – $8.49
Turkey meatloaf with broccoli florets and zucchini served with orange ‘stuff’ for dipping
Seared Mahi Mahi – $7.49
Seared Mahi Mahi with finger salad and peach applesauce
Slow-cooked pork – $8.49
Slow-cooked pork with sautéed green beans and mashed sweet potatoes
Carved Turkey Sandwich $8.49
Carved turkey sandwich on multigrain bread with sweet potato wedges and peach applesauce
Whole-Grain Macaroni – $6.99
Whole-grain macaroni with marinara sauce and mozzarella served with seasonal vegetables
Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup – $8.49
Grilled cheese with tomato soup and green beans
Pommes Frites – $2.09
Be Our Guest Restaurant Dinner Menu
Dinner at Be Our Guest is the true dining experience that the restaurant has to offer. With high quality dishes and one of the most incredible atmospheres and surroundings of all the theme park restaurants I have eaten at, dinner is truly a magical experience at the Be Our Guest restaurant.
With adult entrees starting at around $19 there are no excuses not to eat at this top Walt Disney World restaurant at dinner. Alternatively, for those on the dining plan an evening meal at Be Our Guest will set you back a single table service entitlement.
There is also a photo opportunity to meet Beast at the end of the meal!
Odwalla All-Natural Lemonade – $19.00
Sweetened with organic cane juice and topped with a wildberry foam served in a light up castle-themed souvenir goblet
Odwalla All-Natural Fruit Punch – $19.00
Sweetened with organic cane juice and wildberry extract topped with lemon-lime foam served in a light up castle-themed souvenir goblet
Standard choices between, Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Barq’s root beer, Fanta, Sprite and Minute Maid lemonade
Milk or Chocolate Milk
Odwalla All-Natural Lemonade
Minute Maid Orange/Apple Juice
Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Brut Yellow Label, Reims – $75.00 for the bottle
Classical dry Champagne with lightly honeyed flavours of apple blossom and peach
Iron Horse Fairy Tale Cuvée Brut, Green Valley – $9.00 a glass, $39.00 for the bottle
Intense apples and ripe pears, toasty and bright, balanced with cleansing citrus acidity
Helfrich Pinot Gris, Alsace – $9.00 a glass, $39.00 for the bottle
A touch of smoke ties together aromas of ripe apricot, pear and minerals with sweet-tart flavours of peach and apple
Michel Redde Sancerre, Loire Valley – $13.00 a glass, $57.00 for the bottle
A crisp and racy Sauvignon Blanc with pure fruit and herb aromas, clean, intense citrus, apple and mineral flavours
Flora Springs Chardonnay, Napa Valley – $11.00 a glass, $49.00 for the bottle
Smooth, rich and vibrant, with layers of ripe pear, fig, melon, vanilla, and hazelnut, finishing long and lively
Joseph Drouhin Laforet Pinot Noir, Burgundy – $9.00 a glass, $39.00 for the bottle
Full of red fruit aromas including raspberry, red currants and wild strawberry
Flowers Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast – $17.00 a glass, $75.00 for the bottle
Expressive aromas of dark berry fruit, black tea, and dried cranberry with earthy nuances of oregano, spice, and sweet tobacco
Louis Jadot Nuits-Saint-Georges, Burgundy – $17.00 a glass, $75.00 for the bottle
Ripe Pinot Noir with robust fruit flavours of red berry and dark stone fruit, offset by earth and spice notes including nuances of oak in the bouquet
Freemark Abbey Merlot, Napa Valley – $11.00 a glass, $49.00 for the bottle
Layers of blackberry, black cherry, raspberry, dark plum, dark chocolate and spices such as cinnamon, clove, and vanilla
Cadaretta Syrah, Walla Walla – $16.00 a glass, $69.00 for the bottle
Aromas of truffles, and dark fruits, mingle with apricot and applewood. Lush and spicy, with a roundness and softness in layers of texture
Château Batailley, Pauillac – $99.00 for the bottle
Classic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc with generous black currant fruit with hints of toast, chocolate and earth tones with spicy, well-integrated oak
Charles de Fère, Jean Louis Blanc de Blancs, France – $8.00 a glass, $35.00 for the bottle
Light, bright and fruity, exuding aromas of apple, apricot and a hint of honey
Terra d’Oro Moscato, California – $9.00 a glass, $39.00 for the bottle
Opens with elegant bouquet of honeysuckle, orange blossom, litchi, and nectarine. Sweet finish of apricots and rose petals
Pierre Sparr Riesling, Alsace – $9.00 a glass, $39.00 for the bottle
Lemon peel and green apple followed by banana and notes of sweet cherry blossoms with a charismatic mineral finish
Conundrum, California -$13.00 a glass, $57.00 for the bottle
Fruit forward flavours of apricot, peach, ripe pear, and apple joined in a creamy and richly textured style which has a lingering finish
Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais-Villages, Burgundy – $9.00 a glass, $39.00 for the bottle
Jacuzzi Barbera, Mendocino County – $10.00 a glass, $45.00 for the bottle
Jacuzzi Barbera, Mendocino County
Stella Artois Cidre – $7.50
Refreshing, crisp, and distinctive European cider made with hand-picked apples
Kroenbourg Blanc – $6.50
A wheat beer with underlying tones of coriander and cloves, balanced with flavours of lemon zest and orange peel for a crisp taste
Saison Dupont – $8.50
Refreshing farmhouse ale with flavours of orange, peel, clove, allspice, and citrus with a wonderfully fresh hop bouquet
Chimay Blue – $11.25
Dark Belgian Strong Ale brewed by Trappist monks. Aromas of spice and dried fruit with light caramel notes. Body is smooth and luscious with hoppy, sourdough flavours. Fresh yeast provides a rosy, floral touch
Krnenbourg 1664 – $6.50
A lager with a noble history, characterized by its fine taste, golden hues and delicate bitterness from Strisselspalt, a French aroma hop from Alsace
Hoegarden Wit – $6.50
With an aroma of orange peel, coriander and spice, its characteristic taste is smooth and light-bodied with a subtle, spiced citrus flavour
Chimay Red – $10.75
Oldest from the brewery with coppery colour and creamy head. Hint of apricot in the bouquet
Assorted cured meats and sausages (serves two) – $17.00
Served with cornichons, pickled onions, and toasted baguette
Potato Leek Soup – $7.50
Seasonal Salad Trio – $9.00
French Onion Soup – $8.50
Topped with a crouton and gruyère cheese
Garden Salad – $7.00
With champagne vinaigrette.
Mussels Provençal -$15.00
With pernod, tomatoes, garlic, onions, and herbs
Grilled Strip Steak – $35.00
With garlic-herb butter and pommes frites.
Sautéed Shrimp and Scallops – $27.00
With lobster, mushrooms, and seasonal vegetables in a creamy lobster Sauce
Pan-seared Chicken Breast – $24.00
With a white bean cassoulet and arugula salad
Braised Pork – $24.00
Eight hour slow-cooked pork with mushrooms, onions, carrots, and bacon served with puréed cauliflower and seasonal vegetables
Roasted Lamb – $30.00
With herb goat cheese polenta, seasonal vegetables, and a pomegranate-pear gastrique
Spiced-rubbed Pork Chop – $25.00
With a wild mushroom bread pudding, seasonal vegetables, and pork jus
Layered Ratatouille – $19.00
Oven-baked zucchini, eggplant, mushrooms, tomatoes, and caramelized onions sliced and layered on quinoa served with a bell pepper sauce
Seasonal Sustainable Catch Du Jour – $Market Price
Served with Seasonal Vegetables
Lemon Meringue Cupcake – $5.00
The “Grey Stuff” – $5.00
Lemon-Raspberry Cream Puff – $5.00
Chocolate Cream Puff – $5.00
Triple Chocolate Cupcake – $5.00
Éclair a l’Orange – $5.00
Strawberry Cream Cheese Cupcake – $5.00
Small Lowfat Milk
Small Minute Maid Apple Juice
Small Dasani Water
Small Nesquik Chocolate Milk
Fruit Cup – $2.50
Garden Salad – $2.50
Beast Casserole – $9.50
Macaroni & cheese served with seasonal vegetables and choice of one (1) beverage and one (1) dessert
Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup – $9.50
Served with seasonal vegetables and choice of one (1) beverage and one (1) dessert
Strawberry Cream Cheese Cupcake
Lemon Meringue Cupcake
Éclair A L’Orange
The “Grey Stuff”
Triple Chocolate Cupcake
Chocolate Cream Puff
Lemon-Raspberry Cream Puff
No Sugar Added Dessert.
Kids Mickey Check Meals
Grilled Fish of the Day – $11.50
With whole-grain rice pilaf, seasonal vegetables, and fruit cup. Choice of small lowfat milk or small Dasani® Water
Chicken Brochette – $10.50
With seasonal vegetables and fruit cup. Choice of small lowfat milk or small Dasani® Water
Mickey Meatloaf -$10.50
Turkey meatloaf with broccoli florets and zucchini served with Orange “Stuff” for dipping, and fruit cup
Grilled Steak – $12.50
With seasonal vegetables and fruit cup. Choice of small lowfat milk or small Dasani® Water
Be Our Guest Restaurant FAQ
This section covers off some of the burning questions asked by guests wanting to dine at the Be Our Guest Restaurant. If you have any further questions feel free to leave a comment below or hit us up on Facebook!
Is the experience the same across breakfast, lunch and Dinner?
As mentioned, breakfast and lunch are both quick service whereas dinner is a full table service meal. Speaking from experience, I would always say that to experience the restaurant in full it is best to go for dinner first and then try breakfast or lunch afterwards. This question is one I have seen asked many times before but one I have been asked myself by my own parents ahead of our trip to celebrate their 50th birthdays in October this year.
The reason to go to dinner first, the restaurant really lights up at night on the outside and the experience is just much more magical when dining over a full meal. Everything from the way you are led into the restaurant by Lumiere to the dessert cart that is wheeled up to your table really adds to the experience.
An evening meal also has the added benefit of being able to meet the master of the castle himself, Beast.
Do I have to meet The Beast after my meal?
Meeting the master of the castle is completely optional and you are free to decline, you don’t even have to head to his room if you don’t want to get a picture, simply walk out through the main doors that you entered in.
Do I really have to book my meal in advance?
Yes, 1000 times yes. Not booking your meal in advance will lead to disappointment, even in Walt Disney World’s less crowded times. Even at breakfast and lunch where the restaurant is quick service I would advise booking in advance as I always witness queues of guests wanting to try and get a table without a reservation being turned away.
An evening meal will need to be booked weeks in advance, sometimes months in order to secure a table. I would advise taking advantage of the Disney World app and booking way in advance. If you are staying on property remember you can book 6 months in advance. I have seen tables snapped up this far in advance so be sure to book sooner rather than later.
There is always the off chance that other guests cancel and you are able to secure a table when you are on vacation but again just ensure you are keeping an eye on the app as others will be and will snap a table up way before you make it to the restaurant to enquire.
Is there a dress code?
Nope, despite the interior of the restaurant and the menu there is no specific dress code. Feel free to rock up in a t-shirt and shorts if thats what you are most comfortable in.
Am I free to walk around the restaurant?
Absolutely, it is encouraged! There is a lot to see in the restaurant and Disney have put in a lot of work into each of the three dining rooms. Each room is worth exploring and brings something else to the story of the castle as well as the relationship between Beast, Belle and the staff of the castle.
Is this restaurant on the Disney Dining Plan?
Yup, breakfast and lunch are counted as 1 quick service entitlement and dinner is counted as 1 table service entitlement.
How is the food?
I haven’t tried every item on the menu yet but I have had my fair share and can honestly say the food is excellent. It is well worth the credits if you are on the Disney Dining Plan and worth the cost if you aren’t!
Any further questions?
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