Le Cellier Fine Dining Restaurant at Epcot

As Epcot boasts more table-service restaurants than any other Disney park, it is unsurprising that it is home to two of Disney's "Signature" fine dining restaurants.

One of these is Le Cellier, a romantic steakhouse beneath the Chateau in the Canada Pavilion.

The dining room in Le Cellier resembles the candlelit wine cellar of a stone palace.

The light is low, intimate, and moody (never fear, the menus light up!), making Le Cellier a great favorite with guests looking to spend a romantic meal with their significant other.


The food is the big draw at Le Cellier.

Even the soft, pretzel bread brought to your table before your meal has earned itself a fanatical fan following.

Appetizers include seared scallops, beef carpaccio, rock crab salad, and Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup.

Le Cellier is primarily a steakhouse and guests have the option of a New York strip, a bone-in rib eye, or the "Le Cellier" Mushroom Filet Mignon, an 8-oz AAA Canadian beef tenderloin with wild mushroom risotto.

Other entrees include rack of lamb, grilled short ribs, roasted chicken, seared veal, and striped bass.

Wine Menu

Le Cellier also has an impressive wine, beer, and spirits menu, as well as to-die-for desserts.

The fan favorite is the Maple Crème Brûlée.

There is a children's menu with the option of pasta, grilled chicken, sirloin, or salmon.

If your child is an adventurous eater, they will enjoy Le Cellier, although they may not like the windowless dining room.

Tip: Le Cellier is notoriously difficult to just walk into, so a reservation well ahead of time is recommended.

The restaurant is also one of the priciest in Epcot (starting at around $35 per head), so if you're on a budget, it may be best to enjoy one of Epcot's other excellent restaurants instead.

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