Mushroom filet mignon, Canadian Cheddar cheese soup, poutine fries.
Lunch and dinner $30–$60 (child $9–$17).
New chef Dee Foundoukis has stepped up the kitchen. They’ve scaled back the prices a bit—the rib eye is down to $50!— and the menu is the same for lunch and dinner, so go anytime you can get in. If you’re looking for a good steak in a theme park setting—and authentic poutine—Le Cellier is the place to go.
Setting and Atmosphere
Walk past the Canada Pavilion’s pretty gardens into this small, darkened dining room, intended to evoke the look and feel of a wine cellar. Given the escalated prices, it doesn’t feel upscale, with heavy wooden tables and no linens, but the crowd doesn’t seem to mind— the steaks make up for the ambience. Service is “cheerful Canadian,” meaning servers will apologize to you if you spill something on them.
Mushroom filet mignon, Canadian Cheddar cheese soup.
Rib eye, pan-seared salmon. An excellent selection of wines.
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|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
|Tables in Wonderland||20%||All||All|
Disney Dining Plan
Requires 2 credits
Based on 1,302 reviews.|
Ranked #75 out of 213 at WDW.
|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.|