Be Our Guest Restaurant | Disney World

Last Updated on: May 26th, 2024

Be Our Guest Restaurant (Disney World)

Be Our Guest Restaurant is a dining location located in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. The restaurant is designed to look like the Beast’s Castle from Disney’s animated film “Beauty and the Beast,” and offers guests a unique dining experience in a magical setting.

The interior of the restaurant is divided into three main dining rooms, including the ballroom, the west wing, and the rose gallery. Each room has its own unique theming and decor, with the ballroom featuring grand chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling windows, the west wing featuring a dark and moody atmosphere with a portrait of the Beast, and the rose gallery featuring a beautiful centerpiece of Belle and Beast dancing.

The menu at Be Our Guest Restaurant features French-inspired cuisine, with a variety of appetizers, entrees, and desserts. Some of the standout dishes include the French onion soup, the roasted lamb chops, and the grilled strip steak. The restaurant also offers a selection of signature cocktails, wine, and beer.

One of the unique features of Be Our Guest Restaurant is the opportunity to meet and greet with the Beast himself in his private library. Guests can take a photo with the Beast and receive a special “The Master’s Cup” souvenir goblet.

Overall, Be Our Guest Restaurant offers a unique dining experience in a stunning setting, with French-inspired cuisine and the opportunity to meet and greet with one of Disney’s most beloved characters. Reservations are highly recommended, as the restaurant is very popular and tends to book up quickly.

Be Our Guest Restaurant Disney World

Fun Facts

  • The restaurant was part of the massive New Fantasyland expansion project in the early 2010’s.
  • Be Our Guest is one of just a few Magic Kingdom restaurants that serve alcohol.

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