Be Our Guest Is Adding French-Inspired Dishes To Their Menu

Let us pull up a chair as the dining room proudly presents – your dinner!

If you’ve been trying to snag a coveted Be Our Guest Dinner Reservation and was coming up empty, you may be in luck. Starting July 27, 2018, there will be some new French-Inspired dining options and they sound fancy! (Details on how to reserve a Reservation are below)

Appetizers will include:

  • French Onion Soup
  • Charred Octopus with citrus-laced fingerling potatoes
  • Pickled hearts of palm and red pepper coulis
  • Escargot with herb garlic butter and toasted gremolata
  • selection of assorted meats and artisanal cheeses such as chicken liver pâté, chorizo sausage Manchego, and truffle tremor
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Entrees will include:

  • Grilled Center-Cut Filet Mignon with potato au gratin, Romano beans, Cipollini marmalade and a cherry-laced red wine reduction
  • Smoked Black-Eye Pea Tortellini with roasted seasonal vegetables, tomato relish and basil-scented tomato water
  • Poulet Rouge Chicken
  • Saffron-Infused Seafood Bouillabaisse
  • Roasted Lamb Chops
  • Kurobuta Pork Tenderloins
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There will also be some new desserts and kid’s menu items, but they’re not releasing those menu items just yet…

What is also yet to be released is what this will do to Pricing or Credits on the Disney Dining Plan. But, with menu items that sound this rich, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Dinner Reservations are changed from a 1 Table Service Credit to a 2 Table Service Credit Meal. As for now, it seems like the Lunch Menu is remaining the same, so here’s hoping that this will remain a Quick Service Meal.

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Reservations including this new Dining Experience will open this Friday, February 23rd, 2018 and can be booked on My Disney Experience or by calling 407-WDW-DINE.

Admittedly, I have no idea what any of these dishes are. They seem pretty fancy for a family who is happy with Kraft macaroni and cheese. But, I’m sort of interesting in trying the tortellini (provided I don’t find out that there’s actually any meat in there).

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2 Replies to “Be Our Guest Is Adding French-Inspired Dishes To Their Menu”

  • You’re right, the french onion soup is already on the menu. I think they just wanted to emphasize the “french” menu and to let guests know that this favorite will not be taken off the menu. I don’t eat chicken, though, so I’m not much of a help on that dish. Maybe it’s prepared differently?

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