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Menus Now Online for Be Our Guest Restaurant in New Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom Park

Pam Brandon

by , Food Writer, Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort


Previews start Monday for New Fantasyland, and Be Our Guest Restaurant is one of the most anticipated dining spots in Magic Kingdom Park. Whether you’re seated in the grand ballroom watching the snow fall through the windows, the pretty Rose Gallery with the charming music box or the mysterious West Wing, you’re in for a treat.


There are bound to be favorites on Chef Michael Deardorff’s menu. Let’s start with the cupcakes and cream puffs. But lunchtime’s classic croque monsieur (hot ham and cheese) is an insider favorite, as well as the grilled steak sandwich with pommes frites (French fries). At dinner, the fare gets a little more sophisticated with dishes such as steamed mussels, sautéed shrimp and scallops in puff pastry and a pork rack chop. Wines and French or Belgian beers pair nicely with all the dishes at dinner.


Check out the menus for both quick-service lunch and table-service dinner here.


Lunch is one quick-service entitlement, dinner is one dinner entitlement on the Disney Dining Plan, and Be Our Guest Restaurant participates in the Tables in Wonderland program. To make reservations, call 407-WDW-DINE.


  • I’m confused, is it as quick or table service??? Someone said that have reservations, and another mentions it’s a great quick service!!!

  • So there is going to be alcohol sold at Magic Kingdom now?

  • What are the hours for lunch?

  • What happened to “The Grey Stuff”?

  • I know that we would not want to eat in the West Wing. Is there a way to make this request?

  • Was able to eat here a couple of days ago… it is AMAZING! The quick service food is very good, and exceded my expectations! Another great Disney addition!

  • There is a spelling mistake on the menu:”L’amour vrais”. There is no ”s” at the end, it should be ”L’amour vrai”.

  • Hi, Greetings from France!

    The dinner menu is wonderful. Just one comment: on page 2 of the dinner menu, the French for “True Love” is not “L’amour vrais” but “L’amour vrai” (without the final “s”).
    We’ll visit the new Fantasyland next fall and are so excited!

  • Thank you so much Molly!!!!!!!

  • Do i get this right that you dont need a reservation for lunch and that it is considered a quick meal on the dining plan?

  • I am so excited for go there on the 6th! My boyfriend’s and I reservation isn’t until the 10th, though.

    Is there any way we’ll be able to request a dinning room?
    Say we talk to someone a few hours in advance, is there anyway they can write down where we’d like to sit? It’s our 1 year anniversary dinner and we were hoping to be near the rose in the West Wing!
    I hope it’s not just luck of the draw.

    Also, @Autumn, you only need a reservation for dinner.

  • Since BOG is so unique (counter and sit down) I had a question. Does lunch require a reservation, or is that only needed for dinner?

  • HAd lunch there during the Passholder preview weekend. Let me say that for a Quick Service restaurant it was one of the best meals ever. I had the Croque Monsieur and the wife had the Steak and Pomme Frites. Both were amazing! You would not know it was Quick Service.

    When you go make SURE to stop in each of the rooms. They are all amazing.

  • Can’t wait to see it! We are going in April and have our reservations made! Question, can we request which room we want to dine-in in advance?

  • We will be there the week after Thanksgiving and my kids can’t wait to eat there. We couldn’t get dinner reservations, but we will be having lunch there. What a neat looking place.

  • Looks amazing! I would pick the west wing, can’t wait to try it!!!

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