One of my favorite places to eat in the Magic Kingdom, at the Walt Disney World Resort, is Be Our Guest!
Here you can eat inside Beast’s Castle and there’s a choice of three different dining areas: The Grand Ballroom, The Castle Gallery, and my favorite, The West Wing.
Keep in mind that Breakfast and Lunch are Quick Service and Dinner is Signature Table Service Prix de Fixe, 3-course dining.
Now onto the new menu items!
At Breakfast kids can now try two new dishes:
Chocolate-Hazelnut Crepes with fresh berry compote and whipped cream.
Mickey-shaped Egg and Cheese with Applewood-smoked bacon and fresh fruit
Feast a’ la Beast is a braised red wine chicken, bacon, and mushrooms served with mashed potatoes and sauteed green beans. (Okay, that sounds amazing!)
New Options for Adults
Adults can try some new lunch items including:
Sweet Corn Bisque
Coque au Vin (a larger serving of the kids Feast a’ la Beast)
Cannellini Bean Cassoulet which is slow-cooked onions, red peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, zucchini, garlic, thyme with white cannellini beans and crostini. Served with a mixed spring salad.
New Salads (all are served with a red wine vinaigrette)
Citrus Poached Shrimp Salad topped with gold beets, julienne cut roasted red peppers, haricot verts (french green beans,) pickled shallots carrots, and grape tomatoes.
Tuna Nicoise Salad is topped with seared Ahi tuna, julienne cut roasted red peppers, harioct verts, roasted fingerling potatoes, grape tomatoes, kalamata olives and a poached egg.
Grilled Chicken Salad
I can’t wait to try some of these new options! Which one do you want to try?
If you have never been to Be Our Guest, you definitely want to check it out. Breakfast and Lunch are a quick service credit and it’s an incredible value. It’s wise to make reservations ahead, but you can also wait for a stand-by opening.
Give it a try! I highly recommend it!
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