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Be Our Guest Restaurant at the Magic Kingdom to Reopen as Table Service Only for Lunch and Dinner with Prix Fixe Menu; Breakfast Discontinued

If you’re among the lucky guests who managed to snag a reservation to the Magic Kingdom in the coming weeks, you may find that dining options around the park may be different upon its reopening on July 11. Be Our Guest Restaurant, located in New Fantasyland, will be reopening, but with slight modifications to its usual service.

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Upon reopening, the restaurant’s popular fast-casual breakfast and lunch service will be discontinued. This service relied on handheld “enchanted rose” pagers, which may be an issue due to how contact-heavy they are. Additionally, breakfast and lunch offered an open beverage bar with self-serve drinks, utensils, and more. Moving forward, the restaurant will only offer table service at lunch and dinner, with a pricey prix fixe menu available at both:

Disney has updated the Be Our Guest Restaurant landing page with the following description for the modified lunch and dinner service:

Table-service lunch and dinner includes a prix fixe, 3-course menu featuring French-inspired dishes that are très délicieux.

Start your meal with your choice of a sumptuous appetizer like French onion soup, lobster bisque or a selection of assorted meats and artisanal cheeses. For your main course, select from a medley of mouthwatering entrées—including filet mignon, tortellini and other savory delights. Afterwards, save some room for our trio of delectable desserts.

Guests age 9 and under can create their very own 3-course prix fixe meal! Appetizers include a choice of iceberg wedge salad, a fruit and cheese board or house-made peach apple sauce. For the main course, kids can choose from grilled beef tenderloin, pan-seared chicken breast or macaroni and cheese. Seasonal fruit served with yogurt dip or a trio of mini desserts top off this scrumptious meal on a sweet note. All kids prix fixe meals also come with a choice of milk, bottled water or apple juice.

The cost of both lunch and dinner will now be $62 for adults (ages 10 and up) and $37 for children (ages 3 to 9). Tax and gratuity are not included. You can view the full menu for lunch and dinner by clicking here. The menu is a pared-down version of the previous prix fixe menu that was available at dinner, with the removal of the escargot from the appetizers, and a swap of Roasted Corn and Spinach Tortellini in lieu of the Spice-dusted Lamb Chops from the entrees.

What do you think of these changes at Be Our Guest? Curious about other restaurants reopening with the theme parks? You can check out the full list by clicking here.

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Sandra
Sandra
4 months ago

Prix fixe menus are a problem for people with gastroparesis and some other medical conditions as they simply cannot eat that much food. As for me at 66 years of age, I cannot eat even half of one of those meals.

Armu
Armu
3 months ago

Before the Pandemic, Belle and the Beast made appearances during dinner. Do you know if this will apply also for lunch?