Be Our Guest Restaurant Menu and Reservations Info

Great news! Guests can start making reservations for Disney’s Be Our Guest Restaurant in late August, with the restaurant to be open for the holidays.

Lunch will be quick service, but not traditional counter service. Guest-activated terminals make ordering a snap, there also will be traditional cashiers for cash orders and special dietary requests. You order, take a seat and lunch is delivered to your table – on china, not paper plates.

The Menu is all about simple, fresh ingredients such as sandwiches and salads but all with a twist that transports you to the French setting of ‘Beauty and the Beast.’”



There’s a little French bistro flavor with tuna Niçoise salad and a Croque Monsieur sandwich with carved ham, Gruyere cheese, béchamel and pommes frites (a fancy term for French fries). Or go for the carved turkey on a warm baguette with Dijon mayonnaise, or the grilled steak sandwich with garlic butter spread, both with pommes frites. Heartier fare includes braised pork that’s cooked for eight hours, and for vegetarians, there’s a loaded vegetable quiche or quinoa, shallot and chive salad.

Dinner is table service, with diverse starters such as a charcuterie plate with cured meats and sausages, mussels steamed in white wine, French onion or potato leek soup, and a salad with champagne vinaigrette. We’re intrigued by the salad trio with three mini tastes of roasted beet, raisins and orange; green beans, tomatoes and roasted shallots; and watermelon, radish and mint.

Entrées include a thyme-scented pork rack chop with au gratin pasta, rotisserie rock hen with roasted fingerling potatoes, pan-seared salmon in leek fondue, grilled strip steak with pommes frites, sautéed shrimp and scallops with veggies in puff pastry with creamy lobster sauce, and an oven-baked ratatouille.

Oh, and dessert – we vote for the cupcakes, strawberry cream cheese or triple chocolate. If cupcakes aren’t your favorite sweet ending, there’s a chocolate cream puff and a passion fruit cream puff.

For kids 9 and under, the lunch entrées include a carved turkey sandwich, roasted pulled pork, Mickey meatloaf, seared mahi mahi, or whole-grain macaroni topped with marinara and mozzarella. For dinner, it’s grilled steak, grilled fish of the day, whole-grain macaroni or grilled chicken breast.

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  • Joann

    When you say “holidays” are we talking November? December? We are going at the beginning of November & would LOVE to try it out!

  • MouseEarredPirateChild

    Ugh…You got me so excited that I ended up calling to see if they would book now. LoL

  • Kelli

    Oops, forgot I wasn’t reading this in the Disney blog ;)

  • Kelli

    Awesome, do you think by August when ADRs are available there will be a comprehensive menu? Picky eaters (and not all of them kids ;)