Le Cellier may be the hardest reservation to get in all of Epcot. It often books up on the earliest reservation window of 180 days out! Tucked literally in a “cellar” this restaurant was named for ancient wine cellars and pulls off a cozy and rustic feel with ease. The stonewalls and stained glass are accented by lantern light.
It is easy to see why this is a favorite among Epcot park-goers from the moment your bread is placed on your table to the last few scrapes of your fork across your dessert plate. Hearty Canadian foods fill the menu that is sure to offer something for everyone including salmon, beef, chicken, pork, duck, and even buffalo! The cheese soup is a must as is the campfire s’mores dessert. Somehow dining at Le Cellier is both fun and relaxing and both family-friendly and romantic. Like so many World Showcase restaurants, it offers the slow down that most need after a day in the parks.
Le Cellier is on the Disney Dining Plan, and will count as TWO table service credits for EACH member of your party. You can view their full menu HERE.
Overall, we give Le Cellier an “A”.
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