Be Our Guest Restaurant moving to prix fixe dinner menu this summer

Feb 21, 2018 in "Be Our Guest Restaurant"

Posted: Wednesday February 21, 2018 9:08am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The Magic Kingdom's Be Our Guest Restaurant will be introducing a new prix fixe dinner menu this summer.

Beginning July 27 2018, Be Our Guest dinner will offer a three-course dinner that includes your choice of appetizer and entrée, followed by a personal dessert platter. Pricing will be $55 for adults and $35 for children, or two Disney Dining Plan credits.

To start off your meal, the appetizer menu will include favorites like the French Onion Soup in addition to rich new offerings like Charred Octopus with citrus-laced fingerling potatoes, pickled hearts of palm and red pepper coulis; Escargot with herb garlic butter and toasted gremolata; and a selection of assorted meats and artisanal cheeses such as chicken liver pâté, chorizo sausage Manchego, and truffle tremor.

Entrées include a Grilled Center-Cut Filet Mignon with potato au gratin, Romano beans, Cipollini marmalade and a cherry-laced red wine reduction or the Smoked Black-Eye Pea Tortellini with roasted seasonal vegetables, tomato relish and basil-scented tomato water. Other enticing dishes include Poulet Rouge Chicken, Saffron-Infused Seafood Bouillabaisse, Roasted Lamb Chops and Kurobuta Pork Tenderloins.

Reservations will open this Friday, February 23rd, and can be booked online or by calling 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463).

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Chars0704Oct 25, 2018

Is it really that bad now? Some of these comments are making me nervous. I booked it again because my husband wanted to do it. We went there before the change though. Our daughter is obsessed with Beauty & the Beast though

Hockey89Oct 24, 2018

I agree completely... I usually send back... Get it off the bill and eat at home... I'm odd...

larryzOct 24, 2018

I hear you, but there's no excuse for a "signature" restaurant to crisp a filet, then actually expect you to eat it. That should have been a comp with a freshly cooked filet to your liking.

MansionButler84Oct 22, 2018

Well, there is one thing worse—paying $60 for food you don’t like. Your meal is ruined regardless, but you might as well not leave hungry.

Hockey89Oct 22, 2018

There is nothing worse than having to send your food back... Others are eating... Does the kitchen give you something "special" the second time...Frankly, it ruins the whole meal....

larryzOct 21, 2018

Did you send it back?

PrincessMiaOct 19, 2018

We ate there last Friday and it was the best meal we had all week, by far. For perspective, we've eaten at many, many of the restaurants on property. My husband and I shared a bottle of wine and got escargot, salad, and the meat/cheese plate as appetizers (there were 3 of us, including DD). All were excellent. We both got the steak cooked medium and it was flawless. DD got the tortellini and really liked it, which surprised me because she's quite picky. The dessert trio was adorable and delicious. We were far too full to eat everything. It was an expensive meal but is at the top of my list for my next trip. Sounds like some people have experienced less satisfying experiences, but we were luckily there on a very "on" night.

bhellmerOct 19, 2018

Save your 2 sit-down dining credits; the food is bad and not even worth a single dining credit! I ordered the filet mignon medium-rare as did the rest of my party and it was burnt crispy, dry and tough. It actually crunched. There may have been a little pink deep in the middle. but you had to first deal with the thick crunchy outer layer of char-burnt meat which was most of the filet. The grey stuff in the white chocolate cup was unremarkable. The dark chocolate with grand-mar what-ever was disgusting. But, the salad was quite good.

MarkTwainAug 02, 2018

Ehh, consider me optimistic. Hopefully the pricing and 2 dining credits will ease up ADR availability a bit, and maybe the quality will get a badly-needed boost too.

Disney4familyAug 02, 2018

We dined here last Thursday with the old menu and tonight with the new menu. The new menu is head and shoulders above the old menu. You will not be disappointed. We started with the French onion soup, the lobster bisque and the children's fruit and cheese platter. The recipe for the French onion soup is new with a veal broth (instead of a vegetable broth). Our waitress was correct in that it had much more flavor. Although I've read that the meal will start with a loaf of bread, we were served rolls as before. They were still fresh and hot. We enjoyed the filet mignon and the chicken dishes for adults and children. The filet melted in your mouth like butter. The chicken was moist and tasty. We also had an amazing bottle of Diane Disney Miller's Silverado Cabernet. I was so full I could only have little bites of each of the desserts offered on the adult platter. The macaron with fresh raspberries was perfect. I enjoyed the white chocolate Chip cup even thought I've never been a fan of the grey stuff. The Grand Marnier dark chocolate truffle was rich and wonderful. My kids loved painting their Chip with edible paint. Our waitress explained everything and anything to guide us through the new menu. She was outstanding. The manager even came over to check on our experience. They will allow you to mix and match between the children and adult menus if you have concerns about one of the courses. They are very flexible.

Gitson ShigglesAug 02, 2018

The meal your friend had is directly from the pre-fixe menu. The pre fixe meal is three courses with or without the dining plan. https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/dining/magic-kingdom/be-our-guest-restaurant/menus/dinner/

Chars0704Jul 26, 2018

I actually really liked the food at BOG. I think I had scallops for dinner. The whole castle was amazing. We were in the main dining area and my daughter was mesmerized. It was amazing. The cupcake was great too. Also it was fun to meet the beast. I’m kind of sad it’s changing.

Dave BJul 26, 2018

We did the same :)

SparksflyJul 26, 2018

We did dinner there once..sort of. Literally had cupcakes and slushies to celebrate my sons birthday...met the Beast...explored..and then left. While we did not do the full dinner experience it was breathtaking inside and the cupcakes were superb :-)