New Dishes Coming to Storybook Dining at Artist Point & Be Our Guest

Today, Disney has announced a handful of menu updates coming to two fantastic table service restaurants at Walt Disney World. In December of last year, Disney's Wilderness Lodge introduced the new Storybook Dining experience at Artist Point. This evening character meal features an impressive menu and the chance to meet Snow White, the Evil Queen and a few of the Dwarfs. Today, Disney chefs have announced two new menu items. On the appetizer menu, the Hunter’s Terrine comes with chicken, black truffle, and a sweet stone fruit preserve. There’s also Bashful’s Butter-poached Kingklip with farro, fava beans, English peas, and gremolata featured on the entrée menu. 

Over at Magic Kingdom, Be Our Guest Restaurant has introduced a plethora of new items for breakfast and lunch for both kids and adults. For breakfast, kids can now chow down on Chocolate-Hazelnut Crepes with fresh berry compote and whipped cream or a Mickey-shaped Egg and Cheese dish served with Applewood-smoked bacon and fresh fruit. And on the kid’s lunch menu is the new Feast a’ la Beast with braised red wine chicken, bacon, mushrooms, mashed potatoes, and sautéed green beans.

For the adults, the lunch menu features a variety of new items including a Sweet Corn Bisque, Coque au Vin (a larger portion of the kid’s Feast a’ la Beast), and Cannellini Bean Cassoulet featuring slow-cooked onions, red peppers, zucchini, eggplant, tomatoes, garlic, and thyme with white cannellini beans and toasted crostini served with a mixed spring salad. 

There is also an array of new salads on the menu, including a Citrus Poached Shrimp Salad, a Grilled Chicken Salad, and a Tuna Nicoise Salad. The Citrus Poached Shrimp Salad comes topped with sliced gold beets, julienne roasted red peppers, haricot verts, pickled shallots, grape tomatoes, and carrots. The Tuna Nicoise Salad comes topped with seared ahi tuna, julienne roasted red peppers, haricot verts, grape tomatoes, roasted fingerling potatoes, kalamata olives, and a poached egg. All three salads are also served with a red wine vinaigrette.

Be Our Guest Restaurant has seen some major changes over the last few months, but it remains to be one of the best dining locations in all of Magic Kingdom. If you're on the Disney Dining Plan, both breakfast and lunch count as one quick service meal. An excellent use of the plan, particularly at lunch. Dinner recently changed and is now classified as a signature dining experience complete with a 3-course meal. If you're on the Dining Plan, this now counts as two table service credits. For those not on the plan and paying out of pocket, it is at one price of $60 for adults and $36 for kids. To make reservations, click here.