Fodor's Expert Review Be Our Guest
This massive restaurant offers a Beauty and the Beast theme, French flair, and the Magic Kingdom's first wine and beer served with a prix-fixe menu for lunch and dinner. Seating is in one of three theme rooms: the Grand Ballroom, whose ceiling sports cherubs with the faces of Imagineers' children; the tattered West Wing, with a slashed painting that changes from prince to beast during faux storms; and the Castle Gallery. It's entirely likely that the Beast will make an appearance between the soup and the main course. Decor is directly from the movie, and most people adore the creepy West Wing or dining in the ballroom where Beast and Belle first danced. Food is prepared from scratch on-site. The menu includes a choice of filet mignon, spiced vegetables, chicken, pan-seared sea scallops, or pork tenderloin. The signature kids' soft drink comes in a light-up castle cup, and desserts, while sweet, are made without refined sugar. You'll enjoy your dessert trio in peace while kids spend their time painting a white-chocolate Chip cup with edible paint before devouring it. Be sure to accept a dollop of "the grey stuff—it's delicious." This is one of the hottest restaurants in Walt Disney World, so make sure to book well in advance.
Walt Disney World, Florida 32830, USA
- Herb-salted pork tenderloin
- Dessert platter
- Character appearances