Le Cellier Review – Epcot World Showcase

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Reviews of Le Cellier Step down into the cozy confines of the cellar of a magnificent Canadian château for a sensational sizzling steakhouse experience.Visit The Mouse for Less   Le Cellier Lunch/Dinner Menu, Le Cellier Kids Menu

Cuisine: Canadian

Service Type: Special and Unique Dining

Price Range: $$$ ($36 to $59.99)

Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner

Location: Canada Pavilion

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12 Replies to “Le Cellier Review – Epcot World Showcase”

  1. Since 2013 This establishment has taken a nosedive. Their steaks are now tough and the chef’s have forgotten how to cook with food being either under cooked or burnt. We never really cared for the tiny tables but now they have seemingly packed even a few more in and the wait staff has limited room to move around – causing delays in service. All in all this USED To be one of the best but now we tend to avoid it. We tried it again this year ( 2016) and it was plain poor in all aspects.

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    Our disney family visited 7/30/11. It was our first time eating here. The food was excellent. I had the filet: tender adn the risotto was delish. DH and DD had the ribeye and they throughly enjoyed it. However, the service was less than what I have experienced at Disney restaurants. i do not see eating there again, it is not worth 2 table credits.

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    Okay for Children: YES but depends on your child. I would choose somewhere else with very young kids

    Be Sure to Try: The Chedder Cheese Soup. If you’ve never been here, don’t pass on the chance!!!!

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    Be Sure to Try: Chocolate mousse cake

    General Tips: Reservations are a must well in advance. Place is packed and walk-ins will be disappointed.

    TheMouseForLess Tips: Be sure to use the Disney Dining Plan which includes LeCelliers.

    Extra Comment: Absolutely the best steak I have ever had. Service is top notch.

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    Be Sure to Try: Had the filet mignon with mushrooms and risotto and the strip steak. Everyone enjoyed their food. None of us could finish what was on our plate. Whiskey cake is a chocolate-lovers delight.

    TheMouseForLess tips: This restaurant on the dining plan is an excellent money-saving choice. We were ages 6 to 62, and everyone loved the food and atmosphere. Service was excellent.

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    Okay for Couples: absolutely – nice and romantic in a 1970’s earthy sort of way

    Be Sure to Try: The mushroom filet rocks!!! Totally was so much better than the NY strip.

    General tips: You have to call right around 180 days for this one. The place is SMALL and it looks like they staggar the ressies. We arrived 30 minutes early for ours, and we waited 45 minutes (seated us 15 minutes after our time) and when we went in the restaurant it was half empty!!! Totally do not understand this. The restaurant is very small – but the filet was the best steak we have ever had on property, in the 20 years we have been going to Disney. The NY Strip was not nearly as good.

    TheMouseForLess tips: Not sure there is one – only go if you are on the Dining Plan. I would not be one bit surprised to see this one go to 2 TS credits very soon.

    Extra Comments: Okay – we ate this fabulous meal here, but then afterward the thought of negotiating the transportation system to get back to Wilderness Lodge was a little overwhelming! I know folks like to stroll after a big meal… but we had 2 small kids in tow and it really took away from the glorious meal we had. So – keep the “pain in the neck to get home” factor in mind if you dine. I would probably go back for lunch, but we will not go back for dinner again with the family until the kids are way older OR we happen to be there on date night. I would rather eat a meal like this at one of the resorts near where we were staying rather than in the middle of Epcot. Of course, if you are staying at Boardwalk/Beach/Yacht/Swan/Dolphin, I would say OK, but not if you are on the other side of the planet.

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    Okay for Children: Yes, we felt comfortable with our kids being there

    Okay for Couples: Absolutely–as a matter of fact–the couple at the table next to us got engaged while we were eating

    Be Sure to Try: The filet. Everyone talks highly of the cheese soup, it was ok, but I have had better–I would get another appetizer next time. I loved the vanilla creme brulee, didn’t care for the maple creme brulee. The Filet ROCKED!!!

    General tips: Our ressies were at 5:30 and we had to wait quite a while. But they did play a little Disney/Canadian trivia while we waited that entertained the kids. There was a very nice older gentleman that knew most of the answers and would whisper them in my girls’ ears so they could get the little trivia pins they handed out for correct answers.

    TheMouseForLess tips: The servings here weren’t very large. I mean they were plenty big for the average person but they are not large enough, IMO to share.

    Extra Comments: I have heard negative reviews about how close the tables etc. are in the restaurant. I didn’t feel they were uncomfortably tight. It was a smaller restaurant but I did not feel like we were cramped or anything in there.

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    Be Sure to Try: If you get the cheddar cheese soup, the pretzel bread is great to dip in it! The maple creme brulee was so good!

    General tips: Our reservation was for noon, but we go there right at opening. The restaurant seemed to fill up quickly. This is a place where you might want to check in early if you don’t want to wait for a table for too long.

    TheMouseForLess tips: If you’re on the dining plan, you can get a smoothie/milkshake as your beverage. Our server offered us the smoothies as soon as we sat down. I would not have known this if he didn’t offer it to us.

    Extra Comments: We ate here last year too and we enjoyed both of our Canadian meals. I like the way that the breadsticks represent different parts of Canada. The chocolate “moose” was cute! We enjoyed all of the food.

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    Be Sure to Try: The cheese soup was very good, and the fruit cobbler was incredible! My favorite at Le Cellier are the pretzel breadsticks.

    General tips: Definitely make ADR’s as soon as possible. They were turning people away who didn’t have them on the evening we dined here.

    TheMouseForLess tips: The portions here are pretty regular to me, but if we weren’t on the dinner package there’s no way we would’ve ordered dessert too, we were pretty full by that point.

    Extra Comments: Le Cellier is our favorite restaurant on Disney property, and we make sure to eat here every trip. We love the cellar atmosphere and the small size of the restaurant, it’s very cozy to us.

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    Service: Our server was the slowest of our trip, no refills, and for some reason was not in a good mood and acted put out.

    Atmosphere: Kind of dark and boring in my opinion

    Okay for Couples: Yes, dark and could be romantic.

    Be Sure to Try: Filet mignon, cheese soup, bread sticks and better were all very good.

    General tips: get an early seating so you don’t have to wait long.

    TheMouseForLess tips: Don’t forget to ask for more bread sticks which are so good.

    Extra Comments: We would have enjoyed this dinner so much more if our server did not take 2 1/2 hours to serve us our food. It would have also been nice if she was in a better mood and didn’t take it out on the customers. The food was great though. There were really friendly people working in the hostess positions though.

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    Be Sure to Try: The food and desserts were marvelous. The bread sticks were great as well.

    General tips: ADR’s are a must.

    TheMouseForLess tips: I can’t say enough about the Dining Plan. We are a family that prefers sitting to eat, rather then eating on the run. The Dining Plan is the only way to go in this case!

    Extra Comments: The meal took longer than we had expected so we did not get to DTD as early as we thought we would. Plan accordingly.

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    Okay for Children: Yes, with reservations. The windowless dining room and crowded steating can turn off small ones.

    Okay for Couples: Yes, but don’t expect a quiet candlelight dinner!
    Be Sure to Try: The Beer Cheese Soup with the dipping bread is fabulous!

    General tips: ADR’s are a MUST! Even when we went, in low season, walk-ins were being turned away.

    TheMouseForLess tips: The Dining Plan again paid for itself at Le Cellier, we saved about $60 over what the cash price would have been.

    Extra Comments: We absolutely love the food here, but the seating is very cramped and the service can be spotty because the restaurant is so busy. Le Cellier is a must-stop on a Stermel vacation!

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