(We has a 9:50 reservation which was a little before the lunch transition so it became less crowded by the time we finished. The pasta part of the tortellini was gooey. This past week we had reservations with visiting family. Beast came through the dining room three times during our dinner and you have the opportunity for a personal photo with him after your meal. The bread was a French baguette and was unfortunately stale. It seemed like it was just sitting in water. There are three dining areas within Be Our Guest Restaurant. She came back and told us the chef said we could get a salad for the first course, tortellini for the main, and possibly a “chef’s choice” entree. The dish is served with cauliflower and broccolini as well as two thin, crispy crostini. We ate dinner here prior to the prix fixe menu they now offer and had a good experience so I was curious to see how things changed this past summer. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! All were soggy similar to the tortellini from what I’m guessing was due to sitting in the clear broth. Be Our Guest is a Signature Dining restaurant inside the Magic Kingdom which has an array of dining options. We were not required to write this post. This dish has a lot of potential if they omit the clear broth and simply season the veggies. It looked slightly promising at first glance but, I only had one single tortellini before moving on to our second entree. Not sure if this is too late for your trip, but we ate at Garden Grill in Epcot for my son’s second birthday and the whole experience was AMAZING. The main grand ballroom where you see snow falling in the windows, the west wing which has the enchanted rose, and the rose gallery where you can see Belle and Beast dancing music box style with portraits throughout the room. Our non vegan family members all enjoyed their meals and especially their trio of desserts. I got “bacon, potatoes, and in lieu of “sausage” patties I received more of a “bratwurst” link that was good. ). Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. LOOKING FOR VEGAN OPTIONS IN THE WALT DISNEY WORLD RESORT HOTELS? If the answer is no, you’ll want to skip this experience until they make it more worthwhile for vegans. My almost vegetarian husband agreed. My parents & husband had the normal meal and said it was great. This is so disappointing! I’ll be cancelling my dinner reservation and sticking to quick service lunch instead. I love Beauty and the Beast but I won’t be back until the food changes and wouldn’t recommend paying $60 for this experience. I’m glad there were apples because it made the salad slightly more bearable. The Grand Ballroom is the first dining room guests encounter when being seated. It was slightly filled with spinach and the ‘corn broth’ had no flavor at all. The “chef’s choice” was a veggie dish in the same clear corn broth. After we were seated our server Mary asked us if we would like the allergy menus. We told the hosts two of the six guests were vegan upon checking in. Can you recommend a vegan character dining option ? Check out our TeePublic store. WANT TO REMEMBER THIS OPTION? Be Our Guest Restaurant can be found in Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom. Special thanks to the Disney Public Relations Team for hosting us for the purpose of this review. Be Our Guest Restaurant Atmosphere. The Cannellini Bean Cassoulet ($14.99) Is a warm and comforting bowl filled with white cannellini beans, onions, red peppers, zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes and garlic garnished with fresh herbs. I would try asking for that if I had to go there again. The vegetables were perfectly prepared and the entire dish had fantastic flavor. Our food took a little longer and I wondered if it was my meal but we were fine to sit for awhile/ finished eating in an hour or so. 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Vegan Lunch Options at Be Our Guest Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom With this menu revamp, we say goodby to the Quinoa Salad and hello to the Cannellini Bean Cassoulet. If the answer is yes, make a reservation. They brought bread (after we asked a few times) with butter for the table and plain olive oil for us. “Che’s Choice” Vegan Option. For our review of the new breakfast offering check out this post: Vegan Le Fou Festin Breakfast at Be Our Guest Restaurant Magic Kingdom, You can find our dinner review here: Vegan Dinner Review of Be Our Guest Restaurant in Walt Disney World. What’s Vegan in Disney’s Hollywood Studios? We told her we would love to try one of each. Want cool Vegan WDW swag? As a vegan you simply have to ask yourself- is the atmosphere and photo with Beast worth $60+? The veggies were fingerling potatoes, brussels sprouts, one single beet slice, broccoli, asparagus, mushrooms, and a few cherry tomatoes. The table had wine with the meal which is a treat in inside Magic Kingdom. What’s Vegan at the Walt Disney World Resort Hotels? The characters stopped by each table individually so lots of opportunities for pictures. This is a lunch you can feel good about eating. We asked for one of each.She brought us packaged Enjoy Life chocolate chip cookies and melted raspberry sorbet. There was absolutely nothing vegan on the allergy menu. Sadly, it was truly that bad and the worst meal I’ve ever had on Disney property. Last time we dined we had salad, the ratatouille, and sorbet. Sadly, this was the best part of the meal and both were brought in from outside sources. Beast room is a little colder than the others. Yesterday I was invited out to the Magic Kingdom to taste test a few of these offerings. Our salads were delivered shortly after we ordered which was mixed arugula greens with grape tomatoes and thinly sliced apples in a lemon vinaigrette. Vegan Options in the Disney Parks and Resorts. We’ve already covered the new Le Fou Festin breakfast option and it still doesn’t look like much has changed in the way of dinner offerings. LOOKING FOR VEGAN OPTIONS IN THE THEME PARKS, WATER PARKS AND DISNEY SPRINGS? The restaurant is fast casual during breakfast and lunch and then transfers over to full service during dinner. I loved everything about it.