Disney began serving breakfast at Be Our Guest this Spring as part of a pilot program currently scheduled to run through this summer. At around $20 per person, including your drink, it’s pretty steep for a quick-service breakfast, but guests have been packing this popular Disney dining destination since it opened on March 20th. As part of the program, you can make your reservations online but just be aware that those, like those for dinner and lunch, can be pretty scarce. But it is worth it?
I’ll get right to the meat and potatoes (excuse me) of this post: It was delicious. Our group sampled every entree and there wasn’t a dud in the mix. While you’re going to be temped to order the fried donut croissant with caramel, bananas, and pastry cream, skip it; you’ll get plenty of pastries at your table regardless of what you order, so you’ll definitely satisfy your sweet tooth. These pastries are brought to your table and are essentially “all you can eat. Think mini chocolate croissants and danishes.
Since you’re already going to be flirting with diabetes after all those pastries, try the creamy eggs Florentine, with just the right amount of spinach, served in a puff pastry square. For something completely unexpected for American palates, try the cured meat and cheese platter, which ended up being the star of our table.
Cheesy Croque Madame with bechemal sauce was another standout, though it was very heavy; I might skip it in really hot weather. The only thing I would not order again was the open faced bacon, egg, lettuce and tomato on a baguette. Yes, it had brie cheese, one of my favorites, and it was good. But you need a chainsaw to get through the bread. You’re better off with more traditional breakfast fare.
Kids can get bacon and eggs or even cereal, but you won’t find any Mickey waffles on the menu. You’ll also find French toast, crepes filled with yogurt and fruit, and oatmeal. Each kids meal is $11.99.
Finally, adults who prefer a lighter meal can order scrambled egg whites, chicken sausage, roasted tomatoes and fruit.
Be Our Guest can be impossible to get into, so this is a nice opportunity for those who’ve been unable to get lunch or dinner reservations a chance to experience the gorgeous interior of the Beast’s Castle. This delicious breakfast, while expensive, is a welcome addition in a park with few quick-service breakfast options. I loved trying this “higher-end,” French inspired breakfast. I’ll definitely be back.
Be Our Guest restaurant participates in the Disney Dining Plan. You’ll pay one quick-service credit for your meal. Tables in Wonderland cards are not accepted.