New menus and pricing for Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort

Mar 01, 2023 in "Chef Mickey's Restaurant"

Posted: Wednesday March 1, 2023 6:33am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort returns to buffet dining today, and Disney has released the updated pricing and menus.

Here are the details:

Chef Mickey's Dinner menu and pricing

$62 per adult, plus tax and gratuity
$39 per Child (Ages 3-9), plus tax and gratuity

  • Tomato and Rosemary Focaccia
  • Seasonal-inspired Salads with Ranch Dressing
  • Carving Station featuring Chef's Selection
  • Shrimp and Grits
  • Roasted Pork
  • Plant-based Seasonal-inspired Dishes
  • House-made Macaroni & Cheese
  • Vegetable Stir Fry Noodles
  • Grilled and Roasted Vegetables
  • Classic Favorites for Children
  • Chef's selection of Desserts including Warm Apple Crisp

Chef Mickey's Breakfast menu and pricing

$51 per adult, plus tax and gratuity
$33 per Child (Ages 3-9), plus tax and gratuity

  • Buttermilk Biscuits and Sausage Gravy
  • Waffles and French Toast
  • Corned Beef Hash
  • Charcuterie and Cheese Boards with accoutrements
  • Selection of Fruits
  • Carved Pit Ham and Beef Brisket
  • Eggs and Frittatas
  • Classic Favorites for Children

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scrozier73Mar 03, 2023

I forgot to say no there was no desert making with goofy.

scrozier73Mar 03, 2023

The times we ate there pre and post covid. During buffet you got your own desserts. When they went to family style dessert was brought to table. I assume now it's back to buffet there will be tons of desserts you go up and get off buffet

TomboyJanetMar 02, 2023

Do they still do making deserts with Goofy? That was loads of fun!

scrozier73Mar 01, 2023

Price is expensive because chef mickeys is a character dining experience. It's a 1 and done experience for most. We have done breakfast and dinner there. Liked the buffet much better than family style. Glad buffet is back. Much more variety for the price point lol. I love to eat so I definitely get my money's worth. If you have kids it's well worth doing a character dining experience. Spend some extra $ and enjoy the kids expressions seeing their favorite disney characters up close while they eat. Not to mention the pics you can take now. Well worth the money in my eyes to experience with the family.

MinthorneMar 01, 2023

One dressing to rule them all (and help with the margins)

DobergeMar 01, 2023

Crossing $50 for breakfast feels like a big deal.

networkproMar 01, 2023

for 39 bucks you can get your own mickey waffle iron and another 10 will get you 2lbs of the same Golden Malted mix that they use.

Big T 1963Mar 01, 2023

$51 is way too much for breakfast I can't eat that many Mickey waffles. Uncle Iger help me out here... Is it because of the payout package Bobby C Big Bucks received on the way out ??? FYI...Your local Wawa has any Sizzli's 2 for $5 for a limited time.. if your interested or just visit a Publix before you enter the park

wannabeBelleMar 01, 2023

Sames. Marie

larryzMar 01, 2023

I'm not sure I can eat $55's worth of breakfast foods. Even if I stuck to $1 eggs, that's 4 dozen plus maybe a piece of sausage.

HouCuseChickieMar 01, 2023

While we preferred Chef Mickey's breakfast buffet over the Covid-era family style dining (never a fan of CM dinner), we won't be dropping $51pp for the experience. I'm sure it'll still be wildly popular and be a hard to get ADR, so they won't be missing us.

Disstevefan1Mar 01, 2023

Now that RCID is gone, can we blame DeSantis for all price increases going forward?

Tony the TiggerMar 01, 2023

Why would they specify only ranch dressing on the salads? Weird.

DopeyRunnerMar 01, 2023

If only people knew the true bobby…