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Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom

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Dining at Be Our Guest restaurant in Magic Kingdom is extremely popular because it gives you a one of a kind experience of dining inside Beast’s Castle. While meals at Be Our Guest are wonderful, it is the full experience that makes this restaurant so special.

Gargoyles at Beast's Castle

As you approach the entrance to the Beast’s Castle, you will walk over a beautifully decorated bridge that features some of the most gruesome gargoyles you’ve ever seen.

Be Our Guest Stained Glass

Don’t rush into the restaurant. Take time to look up, down and around.

Inside Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom

Once inside Be Our Guest, you are going to feel like you have walked straight into the story of Beauty & the Beast. You will find the entire restaurant from the entrance hall to the dining rooms to be perfectly themed.

Listen to the Knights at Be Our Guest

As you come upon the knights in armor, be sure to listen carefully. Some are sleeping and some are having conversations.

It is worth standing a few more minutes in line to experience.

Rose Decor in Be Our Guest

While you are dining at Be Our Guest, take time to notice all the ways that roses are incorporated into the design of the restaurant.

Not only will you find them on the ceiling, they can be spotted on the floor too.

One fun activity to keep kids busy if you have to wait in line or for your food is to count how many different roses they can spot!

Magic Rose at Be Our Guest

If you are dining at Be Our Guest for breakfast or lunch, you will be using the Quick Service dining option.

You will order via a kiosk and be given a Magic Rose that lets the staff know where to find you to deliver your meal.

When you are ready to sit down, you will have your choice of three dining locations based upon availability.

Each area is a little different and you may have a hard time deciding which one to dine in.

Be Our Guest Restaurant Dining Rooms

Be Our Guest

Grand Ballroom

The main dining area in Be Our Guest is the Grand Ballroom. This is a large space with an enormous chandelier and cherub murals on the ceiling.  

Snowfall at Be Our Guest

If you sit near the large windows, you will even be able to see snow falling!

West Wing in Beast's Castle

West Wing

The Beast’s West Wing is one of the smaller eating areas in Be Our Guest restaurant.

This room is on the dark side (both literally and figuratively) and has sound effects to match!

Be Our Guest Rose

It features a fireplace with a picture of the former prince as well as the enchanted rose encased in glass.

Beauty & the Beast in Be Our Guest

Rose Gallery

There is plenty of seating in the Rose Gallery which includes both booths and tables.

This is one of my favorite rooms because it really tells the story of Beauty & the Beast.

There are tapestries on the wall, and in the center of the Rose Gallery, you will find a figure of Belle & the Beast dancing.

Regardless of where you decide to sit, your Magic Rose will let your server know where to find you.

Be Our Guest Dining Cart

Your food will be brought to you on a cart and your beverages and tableware can be found nearby.

Be Our Guest Restaurant Menus

Be Our Guest Breakfast

Be Our Guest Breakfast Menu

Be Our Guest is open for breakfast from 8-10 am and has a set pricing menu.

While the menu is set price, you will have options to choose from including a traditional American breakfast.

This is what you will find available:

  • Feast a la Gaston: Scrambled Eggs, Herb-Roasted Potatoes, Apple Smoked Bacon, and Sausage served with Fresh Fruit and a selection of pastries.
  • Open-Faced Bacon and Egg Sandwich: Poached Eggs, Applewood Bacon, Brie Cheese, and Arugula on a Croissant served with Fresh Fruit and a selection of pastries.
  • Scrambled Egg Whites: Scrambled Egg Whites with Roasted Tomatoes, Chicken Apple Sausage, Fresh Fruit, and a selection of pastries.
  • Croissant Doughnut: Fried Doughnut topped with Banana-Caramel Sauce, Pastry Crème, and Chocolate Ganache served with fresh Fruit and a selection of pastries
  • Assorted Meats & Cheeses: Alpine-smoked Ham, Serrano Ham, Sopressata, and Cheese with Marmalade, Fresh Fruit, Toasted Baguette, and a selection of pastries.
  • Croque Madame: Open-faced Ham Sandwich topped with a Fried Egg, Gruyere Cheese, and Béchamel served with Fresh Fruit and a selection of pastries.
  • Vegetable Quiche: Mushroom, Zucchini, Bell Pepper, Onion and Chive Quiche served with Fresh Fruit and a selection of pastries

Cost for the Be Our Guest Breakfast is $28 for adults, $15 for children under 10. If you are dining on the Disney Dining Plan, you can use your quick service credit for your meal.

French Onion Soup at Be Our Guest

Be Our Guest Lunch Menu

Lunch is served from 11-2:30 pm and is considered quick service.

Main entrees include:

  • Herb-salted Pork Tenderloin
  • Center-cut Filet Mignon
  • Poulet Rouge Chicken
  • Vadouvan Spiced Vegetables
  • Pan-seared Sea Scallops

If you are dining on the Disney Dining Plan, you can use your quick service credit for your meal.

Lunch is my favorite way to experience Be Our Guest because it is the only time of the day when you can order a la carte and meals are quite affordable.

Those that have a Be Our Guest breakfast or lunch reservation can also take advantage of order-ahead dining where you pre-order your meals online (up to 30 days in advance).

Saffron-Infused Seafood Bouillabaisse at Be Our Guest

Be Our Guest Dinner Menu

Be Our Guest turns into a table service restaurant from 4-9:30.

This means that you won’t stop at the kiosk station to place your order like you do for the Be Our Guest breakfast or lunch.

You will immediately be seated by a server and place your order with them.

The menu allows you to choose one appetizer, one main entree and one dessert.

There are 6 entrees to choose from:

  • Roasted Pork Tenderloin
  • Spice-dusted Lamb Chops
  • Saffron-infused Seafood Bouillabaisse
  • Smoked Ricotta and Corn Tortellini
  • Center-cut Filet Mignon
  • Poulet Rouge Chicken

No meal is complete without dessert!

Gray Stuff at Be Our Guest

And as the song goes, “Try the Gray Stuff, it’s delicious!” The Master’s Cupcake is available at the Be Our Guest breakfast, lunch and dinner and it is the signature dessert.

It is made of Chocolate Sponge Cake and topped with Lumiere’s special “Grey Stuff.”

If you are dining on the Disney Dining Plan, be prepared to use a Table Credit for this meal.

Meet Beast at Be Our Guest

What makes dinner a bit more special (and deserving of the price) is that you will get to see Beast.

He makes an entrance around the start of dinner and then stays for a meet and greet as you leave the restaurant.

Looking for Belle? You’ll be able to meet her nearby at Enchanted Tales with Belle.

No matter which type of meal you choose to experience while dining at Be Our Guest, I have no doubt that you will enjoy your time there. Just be sure to book your reservation in advance!

How to Get Be Our Guest Restaurant Reservations

Be Our Guest is one of the most difficult dining reservations to get in Magic Kingdom.

If you don’t make a reservation in advance, chances are you won’t be able to dine at this favorite Disney World restaurant.

Staying at a Disney Resort?

One of the perks to staying at Disney World Resorts is that you can book your dining reservations early.

You can make Be Our Guest Reservations 180 days before the start of your trip.

While you can make your Be Our Guest reservations the first day or your trip, you might find that you have a better chance at booking a meal at Be Our Guest for later in your trip.

Have you had a chance to dine at Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom? What was your favorite part of the experience?

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