Be Our Guest Restaurant
Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland is home to Be Our Guest. This quick service restaurant serves French cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Diners must have reservations, which can be made up to 180 days in advance. Guests can order their meals before arriving, which I thought was a nice perk.
While planning my last trip to Disney World, I scored a breakfast reservation at the Be Our Guest Restaurant for my fiancé and I after trying for over a year. The restaurant’s decor transports you into the Beauty and the Beast movie, and you feel like you are actually inside of the Beast’s Enchanted Castle. Since I insisted that we get the full experience, we did not order our breakfast in advance.
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Upon our arrival, we placed our order on a kiosk in a library themed room. Then, we went to get our drinks and find somewhere to sit in this 550-seat restaurant. Cast members use your Magic Band, or a special rose if you do not have a Magic Band, to track you throughout the restaurant. This allows them to bring your food to your table and know if you are up wondering around or actually sitting down.
Blake had the Feast A La Gaston ($24-scrambled eggs, herb roasted potatoes, apple smoked bacon, chicken sausage, fruit, and a pastry selection) while I opted for the Children’s French Toast ($14-french toast on brioche bread and fruit). Both of us really enjoyed our breakfast and looking around while in the restaurant.
Blake and I ate our breakfast in the Grand Ballroom. I was so excited that we found a table in here because I had been singing “Be Our Guest” all morning. The Ballroom is decorated with beautiful chandeliers, painted ceiling, and outside of the windows a thunderstorm takes place.
I loved the decor in the West Wing. It is modeled after the Beast’s study and is home to the Enchanted Rose. It was really awesome to see the rose on display and I think that everybody in the restaurant stopped to take a picture of it.
The third dining room is the Castle Gallery. Here, guests can find a real life depiction of Belle’s Library. Beautiful tapestries line the walls showing scenes from the movie and in the center of the room, there is a statue of Belle and the Beast dancing.
I would dine here again
Blake and I really enjoyed having breakfast at the Be Our Guest restaurant. Walking through the themed rooms justified the price of our food for me. I wish that Belle and the Beast had been available for pictures after our meal.
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Taylor Pittman wrote this article.
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