Mushroom filet mignon, Canadian Cheddar cheese soup, poutine fries.
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.
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|
|Tables in Wonderland||20%||All||All|
Disney Dining Plan
Requires 2 credits
|When to go||Before 6 p.m.|
|Wine||Canadian wines are featured|
|Lunch Hours||Daily, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m.|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 4 -8:50 p.m.|