My husband had always wanted to try Le Cellier, but this was the first time we were able to get an ADR. We had a 1:55 p.m. ADR. The restaurant was quite busy when we arrived, but we waited only a few minutes after checking in before being seated. It was extremely hot so the air conditioning was refreshing. The décor is rather dark. The menu illuminates upon opening, which I appreciated since I wear glasses and have trouble reading in low lighting situations. Our server, Caitlynn, was very friendly, explained the food, made recommendations, talked about her home in Canada, and working at Disney.
We were served a bread basket with a variety of breads, but the standout was the pretzel bread. We requested another loaf, which we divided three ways. We could have gotten more, but we all wanted to save room for dessert. We did not realize at this point, that the entrée portions would be so small.
DH and I both had the Filet Mignon and DD had the children’s Grilled Chicken. For dessert we had the Crème Brûlée and Smoked Mousse, which as another reviewer noted, is like a fancy smore. It was very tasty, but exceptionally small. DH tried the Beer Trio Flight. He liked two out of the three beers. Everything is a la carte. While all the food was excellent, the portions were very small. We spent $200 and left hungry. For all the hype we were disappointed. There are definitely better values to be had at Disney. I’m glad my husband finally got to try it, but we all agree we won’t be back.
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