First look at the new Indian cuisine coming to 'eet' at Disney Springs

Oct 27, 2023 in "EET by Maneet Chauhan"

Posted: Friday October 27, 2023 9:14am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has shared a first look at the new fast-casual Indian restaurant 'eet', opening in November at Disney Springs.

 

At eet, you will be able to discover authentic Indian cuisine created by celebrity Chef Maneet Chauhan.

Chauhan and her husband Vivek Deora are an award-winning hospitality duo looking to bring their family’s culture and traditions to Walt Disney World.

Menu items include shareable dishes for everyone at the table, like the eet Bread Service with Pimento Whipped Paneer or the Tandoori Chicken Poutine. You can also order salads or build your own bowl filled with rice and a kebab. Everything on the menu, which you can see below, is priced below $20, and you can also find seasonal specialty boozy slushes for $12.

End your meal on a sweet note when you choose a dessert like the Chocolate and Strawberry Naan or the Gulab Jamun Cheesecake.

eet is expected to open in November 2023 and will take over the former Wolfgang Puck Express lcoation in the Marketplace at Disney Springs.

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DCBaker1 day ago

A new Disney Vacation Club Member discount is available at eet: eet by Maneet Chauhan would like to offer Members a discount of 10% to the regular price of food and nonalcoholic beverages (excluding applicable tax and gratuity) only during lunch hours from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday to Sunday. Special events excluded.

cjkeatingApr 07, 2024

Ate here earlier in the year and it was great! My favourite dining at WDW is at DAK and AKL so this was perfect for me.

DCBakerApr 01, 2024

The Disney Dining Plan is now accepted at eet by Maneet Chauhan.

J4546Mar 23, 2024

they should add india pavilion to epcot imo and have a food option there as well.

CompedMar 23, 2024

They plugged it on her episode of Tournament of Champions... Both her and Guy seemed excited about it.

jaklgreenMar 07, 2024

Heaven forbid food have some flavor to it. LOL

monothingieMar 06, 2024

Aside from Sanaa, Indian cuisine is very much underrepresented. But it may be a little too "adventurous" for the many guests who think cheddar cheese instead of American on their burger is pushing the limits.

MagicHappens1971Mar 06, 2024

I could be wrong, but I'm sure she was okay with this concept as Disney did not force her to sign a lease.

BocabearMar 06, 2024

They should have given her a proper restaurant with a spectacular dining room and not a counter service paper plate and plastic restaurant...

DCBakerMar 05, 2024

eet by Maneet Chauhan is hosting an event titled "Greet, Meet & eet with Chef Maneet Chauhan". Here's the event description: Come join celebrity Chef Maneet Chauhan for an incredible experience as she prepares you a family style meal featuring some of her favorite globally-inspired Indian dishes. Additionally, there will be demonstrations and autographed merchandise. Tickets for the Chef Dinner are $195 and are available for the following dates: March 19, April 15, May 13, June 17 and July 22. More information can be found at the link below. https://www.eetfunindian.com/events

JohnDDec 06, 2023

"Curried." I see what you did there.

mktDec 06, 2023

We went tonight, it was extremely enjoyable. It definitely curried my favor

JohnDDec 05, 2023

My scheduled DS day is 12/17. I'm blocked out with Pixie Dust pass and going to MVMCP that evening. I think I'll give them a try.

Jambo DadDec 05, 2023

Looks tasty! Hope it gets the support it needs.