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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Epcot82Guy14 hours ago

I'm interested in trying it. I love Indian and Indian fusion. It will be interesting to see how it does, especially in that location. And I'm a bit underwhelmed by the interior update. It feels a bit like a pop up, at least in pics. It will be interesting to see it in person.

PrinceCharming6171 day ago

Yeah, I used to get the Brownie. It was awesome! The treat came in a clear wrapper and I usually ate it right away. It always tasted so fresh.

EricsBiscuit2 days ago

The roasted chicken with mashed potatoes was incredible! For some reason their sugar cookies were also sublime

shipley7312 days ago

I fear you may be right. When Disney opens a restaurant that’s not really tailored for the typical American palate, it tends to get dumbed down pretty quickly. I’ve eaten at Maneet Chauhan’s Ale & Masala House in Nashville &it was spectacular. The menu for Eet has a few of her signatures on the menu with some other Indian dishes geared towards folks that aren’t that adventurous. I hope this catches on.

Tommye10782 days ago

I hope it does. Lots of blood, sweat and tears in this project!

Brian2 days ago

I suspect this one won't last long at Disney Springs.

DCBaker2 days ago

The grand opening for eet by Maneet Chauhan is set for December 4, 2023.

DCBaker3 days ago

Chef Maneet has shared a video sneak peek at the inside of eet on her Instagram stories. While Disney has not yet confirmed an opening date, it sounds like the restaurant is expected to open December 4. See the video in her stories at this link.

Tommye107814 days ago

Cannot wait to get this place open. I think the flavors will speak for themselves.

Epcot82Guy14 days ago

This actually looks decent. The dishes (on paper) are a little more pedestrian than I was hoping for given the price. But, (1) that can be deceiving, and (2) I get the Disney audience/price point. I'm hopeful this will be a nice, unique addition.

Sirwalterraleigh14 days ago

…ugh…that’s what WPE is being replaced with? Travesty

JohnD14 days ago

You get that with Yak and Yeti in AK. Both counter and table service.

wdwmagic15 days ago

Looks good