Epcot in World Showcase, Canada Pavilion


Mushroom filet mignon, Canadian Cheddar cheese soup, poutine fries.

Entree range

Lunch and dinner, $27–$64 (child $8–$12)


The high dollar menu is the same for lunch and dinner, where the pricey steaks take center stage. You can make a meal of the rich Cheddar cheese soup and a salad, but the beef—be it filet, rib eye, New York strip, or short rib—is worth the splurge.

Setting and Atmosphere

Designed to look like a wine cellar, Le Cellier has stayed popular enough that in 2013 it became the second Disney Signature restaurant open for both lunch and dinner inside a theme park (the Studios' Hollywood Brown Derby is the other). Le Cellier also switched to an all-day menu (the same items for lunch and dinner) in early 2013.

Chef Al Youngman's cuisine is superb, with Canadian beef now on the menu and sides such as a grilled jumbo asparagus with Hollandaise, classic Canadian poutine fries, and a delectable lobster salad. And, yes, that famous Canadian Cheddar cheese soup stays on the menu. Most of the servers are Canadian and enjoy sharing stories of their home country.

Other Recommendations

Dry-aged rib eye, venison rack, five-spiced duck, jumbo-lump-crab pasta. Great selection of dessert wines at dinner.



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Requires Pre-payment in Full: No


Type Discount Valid Weekdays Valid Meals
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Disney Dining Plan


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