Limited Menus for Several EPCOT Restaurants Revealed Ahead of July 15 Reopening at Walt Disney World

With the announcement of select dining locations reopening with the Walt Disney World theme parks come mid-July also comes an array of major menu changes. With many popular dishes already cut from resort restaurants, followed by menu changes for various Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios dining locations, it was only a matter of time before the cuts hit EPCOT.

Sadly, for the time being, we must bid adieu to a few favorite items, including a fair amount of seafood favorites from Coral Reef, and some iconic libations from Rose & Crown. You will also notice a few items reflecting price changes. To view the current menu for each location, click on the restaurant header. The full list of changes include:

Biergarten Restaurant

Removed from Lunch and Dinner Menu:

  • Braised Red Cabbage
  • Chef’s Carving Station
  • Roasted Salmon

It is worth noting that Biergarten will be reopening as a family-style restaurant as opposed to a buffet. This is most likely the reasoning behind the removal of the Chef’s Carving Station.

Rose & Crown Dining Room

Removed from the Lunch and Dinner Menu:

  • Irish Whiskey Flight
  • Rice Pudding
  • Chocolate Nougat Bar
  • Corned Beef and Cabbage
  • Grilled Scottish Salmon
  • Pimm’s Cup
  • Turkey Flatbread

Rose & Crown Pub

Removed from the Lounge Menu:

  • Scotch Egg
  • United Kingdom Cheese Platter
  • Courvoisier VS 2 oz 

Cockburn Tawny 20 yr: $16.00 (price increase from $15)
Glenkinchie 12 yr: $17.00 (price increase from $16)
The Macallan 18 yr: $40.00 (price decrease from $41)
Johnnie Walker Flight: $19.00 (price increase from $18)
Single Malt Flight: $21.00 (price increase from $20)
Oban 14 yr: $23.00 (price increase from $21)
The Macallan Flight: $25.00 (price increase from $24)
Johnnie Walker Blue: $40.00 (price decrease from $41)
Lagavulin 16 yr: $22.00 (price increase from $21)
Courvoisier VS: $15.00 (price increase from $13.75)
The Macallan 12 yr: $18.00 (price increase from $16)

Now Offering an Irish Whiskey Flight – $18.00

Coral Reef Restaurant

Removed from the Lunch and Dinner Menu:

  • Clam Chowder
  • Lobster Seafood Boil
  • Seasonal Cheesecake
  • Crispy Rhode Island Calamari
  • Lobster Macaroni & Cheese
  • Mushroom (Lobster-style) Salad
  • Vegetable Crudités
  • New England Clam Chowder
  • Hot Dog
  • Key Lime Tart
  • Crab Oscar
  • Pasta with Parmesan Cream Sauce

Le Cellier Steakhouse

Removed from Dinner Menu:

  • Lobster Macaroni & Cheese
  • Pasta Marinara
  • Duck and Dumplings
  • Maple Sweet Potato Casserole
  • Seasonal Salad
  • Sautéed Broccolini with Hollandaise
  • Duke Caboom’s Favorite Chocolate Nanaimo
  • French Onion Soup
  • Grilled Cheese Sandwich
  • Prime Beef Tartare with Asian Flavors
  • Château Laplagnotte-Bellevue Merlot, Saint-Émilion Grand Cru

USDA Prime New York Strip Steak: $52.00 (price decrease from $56)
Pan-seared Golden Tilefish À la Paella: $45.00 (price decrease from $45)
Grilled Chicken with Gravy: $12.00 (price decrease from $15)

So, were any of your go-to dishes on the chopping block? Let us know in the comments below. And be sure to stay updated right here on WDWNT as we continue to bring you any and all updates regarding the opening of Walt Disney World’s theme parks.

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Sandra
Sandra
3 months ago

It looks as though Le Cellier has removed everything I can safely eat from their menu. I wish they offered certified antibiotic-free beef so I could enjoy more of their menu.

Mark Lopa
Mark Lopa
3 months ago

No Clam Chowder at Coral Reef? Wow.

Joe
Joe
3 months ago

what’s the point of eating at the Biergarten if they don’t have the red cabbage?? I’m sure I won’t be going to this restaurant until things are back to normal. The only thing that justified the price was the buffet selection… I can’t imagine it will still be worth it when it moves to family style.

A Guest
A Guest
3 months ago

I’d love to learn what defined the cuts. Availability? Lack of customers ordering them? Pricing too high? Things that would normally be made/prepped by a soup chef they’re eliminating for overhead costs?

For instance, I’ve noticed over the course of several updates lots of things with lobster got the axe. Imported things from the UK have too. I’m just genuinely curious