Be Our Guest Restaurant at Magic Kingdom Introducing New Prix Fixe Dinner Service, Likely Requiring Two Table Service Credits

Starting this summer, Be Our Guest Restaurant at the Magic Kingdom will offer an enhanced prix fixe dinner menu that boasts a variety of delectable French-inspired dishes and new offerings. This unique experience is a three-course dinner that includes your choice of appetizer and entrée, followed by a personal dessert platter.

To start off your meal, the appetizer menu will include favorites like the French Onion Soup in addition to rich new offerings like Charred Octopus with citrus-laced fingerling potatoes, pickled hearts of palm and red pepper coulis; Escargot with herb garlic butter and toasted gremolata; and a selection of assorted meats and artisanal cheeses such as chicken liver pâté, chorizo sausage, Manchego, and truffle tremor.

For the main course, feast on entrées such as Grilled Center-Cut Filet Mignon with potato au gratin, Romano beans, Cipollini marmalade and a cherry-laced red wine reduction or the Smoked Black-Eye Pea Tortellini with roasted seasonal vegetables, tomato relish and basil-scented tomato water. Other enticing dishes include Poulet Rouge Chicken, Saffron-Infused Seafood Bouillabaisse, Roasted Lamb Chops and Kurobuta Pork Tenderloins.

Disney’s chefs are hard at work putting the final touches on the fabulous desserts as well as the kid’s menu for this exquisite new dining experience. Stay tuned for updates on these menus.

This new dinner feast begins July 27th, 2018 at Be Our Guest Restaurant. Reservations will open this Friday, February 23rd, and can be booked online or by calling 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463). It is rumored that these changes will bring the restaurant into the Signature category, requiring two table service credits from those on the Disney Dining Plan.

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  1. For the added price, will they also get you out of that overcrowded and extremely noisy main dining hall? The food is fine, but as for a nice dining “experience”, not so much.

    1. Nope but for an added price the wait staff won’t roll their eyes at you while you complain about everything.

    1. Probably waitress aren’t making money when people do that and neither is the restaurant. Its hard to get reservations there then you get there and people are just doing apps or a dessert. it really burns my buns to see that people do that.

      1. yes, because everyone should do the same thing always….sometimes not everyone wants to overpay for a steak and just want to expierence the restaurant for a cheap as possible…the way I chose to spend my money is my business.

  2. Seems to be one of those things where you can up the price (or credit requirement), have slightly better food, hopefully slightly better noise/atmosphere and still have it be booked 180 days out every time. Win for WDW.

    1. I am shocked that this place is one of, if not the hardest place to get dinner reservations for. Compared to other WDW restaurants, it’s extremely average. However, the table service restaurants in the MK are few and far between, which I guess helps this place. But the atmosphere alone makes you feel like you’re in a dim lit elementary school cafeteria. Not enjoyable.

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