Be Our Guest Restaurant

7/28/15 Update: Menu updated.

Be Our Guest Restaurant Magic Kingdom

Location: New Fantasyland in between Enchanted Tales with Belle and Belle’s Village.

Food type: Salads, Hot Sandwiches, Braised Pork.

Dining Plan: One quick service credit for lunch.

Reservations: This is the only quick service on property that more or less requires a reservation be made up to 180 days in advance.


Menu Lunch Be Our Guest Restaurant Magic Kingdom
Menu Desserts Be Our Guest Restaurant Magic Kingdom

Menu Kids Meals Be Our Guest Restaurant
Menu Kids Meals Substitutions Be Our Guest Restaurant

Unique Items: Everything.

Pre-Ordering Food:

Diners with reservations have the option of pre-ordering food and beverages online up to 30 days in advance of their arrival:

Be Our Guest Pre-order Lunch

To do so, visit and log in to your account. Use the My Disney Experience dropdown menu on the far right and select “My Reservations and Tickets.”

Pre-order Food be Our Guest Restaurant Lunch

Scroll down to your reservation. If pre-ordering is available, you’ll see the “Place Your Order” button.

Lunch preorder Be Our Guest Magic Kingdom

Pre-ordering is available for both breakfast and lunch. The on-screen guide will help you through the ordering process. Note that you don’t pay until you arrive for your meal and can make modifications at the restaurant if somebody changes their mind.

Preorder Pay at Register Be Our Guest Restaurant

Pre-ordering can save 10 to 20 minutes in line, which is particularly beneficial for pre-opening breakfasts. Instead of heading to one of the busy kiosks, you’ll be forwarded to a cash register to pay.

Ordering Process at the Restaurant:

RFID Rose Be our Guest Restaurant Magic Kingdom

Most guests with MagicBands won’t require one of these RFID-enabled red plastic roses, instead using the technology embedded in their MagicBands to allow food runners to locate the party at a table after completing ordering. Without MagicBands, a red rose may be provided.

Be Our Guest Ordering Kiosk

Unlike most Disney quick services, guests using gift cards, credit cards, or room keys will most likely order at a kiosk.  The screen will display the various options and you choose what and how many of each you would like. If you’re using cash, you’ll be directed to a cast member at a typical register.

Ordering Kiosk Be Our Guest Magic Kingdom

You then swipe your credit/debit/gift card at the kiosk and proceed to an open table.  Your food will be delivered by a cast member.


  • The theming, particularly in the Rose Gallery and West Wing, is among the most immersive in Walt Disney World. It feels like you’re dining in Beast’s Castle.
  • Some of Disney’s freshest, most innovative quick service food options. For a resort known for its hamburgers and french fries, steak sandwiches and tuna nicoise salads are a welcome respite. Quality can be hit or miss, but most people seem to enjoy their meals.
  • Self-serve soda dispensers so you can grab a refill on the way out. Don’t tell anyone, but the cups are out in the open for anyone to grab.
  • Food is delivered to you tableside with real plates and silverware. Once you finish, a cast member cleans up.
  • Generally the least expensive way to experience the restaurant.


  • Difficult to secure reservations, which are generally required between 11am-2pm. You may be able to get in without a reservation before 11am or between 2pm and 2:4pm if you walk up and ask about availability.
  • Food quality probably does not match the hype.  People enjoy their meals, but it isn’t exactly out of this world cuisine.
  • No “safe picks” for “picky eaters.”  There are no chicken nuggets or hamburgers on the menu.  Kids may not see something they like. You can bring in food from another location – Pinocchio Village Haus is nearby.

Value: High. For just a dollar or two more than a burger, you’ll have the opportunity to try some relatively upscale fare in one of Disney’s newest, most elaborately themed settings.

Reputation: People have strong feelings on this one and most will report either a very good or very bad experience with the food. Just about everyone is enamored by the location.  t’s certainly worth having lunch here if the wait is tolerable. Even if you don’t love your sandwich, the setting is fun and the drink refills are free.

Food Choices:

Tuna Nicoise Salad:

Be Our Guest Tuna Nicoise Salad
Tuna Nicoise Salad Be Our Guest Restaurant

Warm Seared Tuna Steak, chilled Green Beans, Potatoes, Olives, Roasted Bell Peppers, Tomatoes and a Hard Poached Egg.

Magic Kingdom healthy salad tuna nicoise

It’s served with a common vinaigrette dressing, which you can order on the side if you click “Show Details” on the order screen.

Disney World Salad Tuna Nicoise Magic Kingdom

Half eaten for your viewing pleasure. I would describe it as an on point, high quality salad with nicely seared tuna next to mostly leafy greens. There are a couple bites of tomato and olive hidden underneath, but the salad is dominated by the lettuce. Just a bite or two of potato are placed on top and the warm egg sits next to the tuna. This is not the sort of thing I would ordinarily order, but it is certainly a nice lunch if you’re in the market for something that at least appears healthy.

Quinoa Salad

Quinoa Salad Be Our Guest Restautant

With Green Beans, Potatoes, Olives, Roasted Red Peppers, Golden Beets, and Tomatoes. A tasty vegetarian entree that’s a little different than most. The salad is fresh and the quinoa provides a healthy serving of protein.

Croque Monsieur

Croque Monsieur Be Our Guest Review Magic Kingdom

Grilled Sandwich with Carved Ham, Gruyere Cheese, and Bechamel with Pommes Frites. “Good, not great” with a smaller helping of ham than you might be expecting.

Be Our Guest Fries Pommes Frites

I was hoping Disney would serve up the delicious fries that accompany the steak at dinner, but that doesn’t look to be the case. These appear to be extra limp.

Carved Turkey Sandwich

Carved Turkey Sandwich Be Our Guest Restaurant

Served warm on a Baguette with Dijon Mayonnaise and Pommes Frites.

Be Our Guest Restaurant Magic Kingdom Turkey Sandwich Review

Sorry Mom, but I can’t take credit for subbing the fries for green beans. The beans came by mistake.

inside Carved Turkey Sandwich BOG

Be Our Guest seems to be taking a page out of the Diamond Horseshoe playbook – there is no cheese.  It’s just a couple pieces of turkey, greens, four bits of red onion, and the mayonnaise which didn’t have a ton of flavor. It wasn’t bad by any means, but it didn’t stand out as being outstanding either. The baguette was indeed served warm and the meal was quite filling.

Green Beans Side Be Our Guest restaurant Magic Kingdom

The green beans were nicely seasoned and arrived al dente with a bit of a chew.

Carved Prime Chuck Roast Beef Sandwich

Prime Roast Beef Sandwich be Our Guest

Served warm on a Baguette with Horseradish Sour Cream and Pommes Frites. This is a large sandwich that should satisfy just about any appetite.  The roast beef is piled higher than most Disney quick service sandwiches.  The beef quality was similar to Boar’s Head from your local grocery store – cooked “medium (dyed pink)” and retaining some juiciness. The arugula added a bit of a crunch. While fresh, I thought the bread was a little thick.  About 75% of what you get in your mouth is going to be bread.  The horseradish sauce did not have a lot of flavor. A jus would have taken this to the next level.  Or with Disney’s propensity to serve food on the bland side, a side of the horseradish would have been nice for those of us who like a little kick.

Overall, I was happy with the sandwich and would rate it highly among the other quick service options in the Park. The fries remain a little sad – limp and lukewarm in this case. I wish they would serve the “pommes frites” that are served avec the steak with dinner. Those are really good.

Braised Pork

Braised Pork Be Our Guest Review Restaurant

Slow Cooked Pork with Vegetables and Bacon with Mashed Potatoes and Green Beans Jardiniere – 492 calories according to the kiosk.  The Steak Sandwich is just north of 1,000.  I enjoyed the Pork quite a bit – it was tender and flavorful.  It was easy to cut with a fork.  The picture insinuated peppers and onions along with the green beans, but we seem to just have green beans here.  They were probably cooked properly – which is less than I normally do myself.  Still, very good.  Overall, I would recommend this highly, though it isn’t a ton of food for the money.

Vegetable Quiche

Nutrition Facts be Our Guest Restaurant Quiche Vegetable

I made the mistake of clicking into the nutritional content at the kiosk.  It turns out the Vegetable Quiche has an insane 44 grams of fat, 318 milligrams of cholesterol, and 1196 miligrams of sodium. To put that in perspective, that’s more fat than a McDonald’s Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese. That’s also more cholesterol than a 40-piece Chicken McNuggets and more sodium than four large fries. And if you’re wondering whether or not I still ordered it…the answer is yes.

vegetable quiche be our guest review bog magic kingdom

My $9.49 Baked Heavy Cream and Half and Half – Mushroom, Zucchini, Bell Pepper, Onion and Chive Quiche served with Baby Lettuce coated with Champagne Vinaigrette.

Be Our Guest Vegetable Quiche Review

So was the quiche worth shortening my life immeasurably? Absolutely not – it was almost completely devoid of any flavor whatsoever. I’m not even sure you can pick out where a vegetable might be hiding other than a speck of pepper near the top. I didn’t run into any identifiable amount of mushrooms or zucchini. It might be classified as “good” if it had 90% less fat, sodium, and cholesterol, but considering how terrible-for-you this thing is, you want to avoid it at all costs.

Vegetable Quiche Be Our Guest Restaurant magic Kingdom

The salad is just a handful of spring greens with a side of Ken’s champagne vinaigrette.

Potato Leek Soup

Potato Leek Soup Be Our Guest Restaurant

It was served piping hot with a thin potato consistency, which kept it from feeling “heavy,” while still offering a steady potato flavor.  One of the best soups I’ve ever had.

French Onion Soup

French Onion Soup Be Our Guest Magic Kingdom

Rich and decadent with a thick layer of cheese on top, this should satisfy anyone’s cravings for onion soup.

Kids’ Chips Delight

Chips Delight Grilled Cheese Be Our Guest

Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup and Green Beans.

Be Our Guest Kids Meal Cheese Sandwich Chips Delight

This one is squarely aimed at pleasing most kids’ simple palates. The sandwich is just a thin layer of Kraft-Singles-quality cheese on white bread. The soup has the flavor and consistency of Chef Boyardee Spaghetti O’s without the pasta. I don’t necessarily mean this to sound overwhelmingly negative as this is likely exactly what kids are after, but I don’t think it’s a good substitute for an adult looking for a smaller meal.

Strawberry Cream Cheese Cupcake

Strawberry Cream Cheese Cupcake Be Our Guest

A favorite with a distinct strawberry flavor and creamy frosting on top.

Triple Chocolate Cupcake

Be Our Guest Cupcake Triple Chocolate

Rich and chocolatey.

Lemon Meringue Cupcake

Lemon Meringue Cupcake Magic Kingdom Be Our Guest

With a lemon custard filling inside of a vanilla spongecake.  It had a sweet lemon flavor balanced nicely with the meringue topping.

Tropical Fruit Cream Puff

Tropical Fruit Cream Puff Magic Kingdom

It’s a pretty painless way to end the meal with another 500 calories of something sweet – topped with cream and a fresh raspberry.

The Master’s Cupcake

Masters Cupcake Be Our Guest Review Dessert

The Master’s Cupcake is a relatively new addition to the menu, most likely due to all the tourists clamoring for their “free” spoonful of icing during lunch service.

Be Our Guest Masters Cupcake

The Master’s Cupcake is the cleverest of the bunch with”the grey stuff” sitting on top of a moist chocolate cake surrounded by an inedible (for most people) wrapper. I prefer the lemon meringue cupcake because it’s a little different, but this is a fine choice.

Éclair à l’Orange

Eclair Orange be Our Guest Restaurant

Custard Filling with zested Orange and finished with Chocolate Ganache was pretty sad looking on the plate – the four bites nearly collapsing on themselves in fear before the fork even hit it. I’m not a big orange-custard-filling person – that sort of citrus-without-the-citrus taste is pretty artificial even if there are actual oranges involved. Unless you’re on the Dining Plan, my recommendation would be to keep your four bucks to put toward a much larger cupcake or other treat later.


Be Our Guest Ballroom Magic Kingdom Seating

Be Our Guest has three distinct rooms – the first and largest is the ballroom.

Rose Gallery Be Our Guest Restaurant

The Rose Gallery, off to the right, is brighter and comfier with bench seating and tables that aren’t quite so close together.  Don’t sit in the center near the Belle/Beast music box unless you want to be in 1,000 photographs while you eat.

West Wing Be Our Guest Restaurant Disney World

Finally, the West Wing is the darkest, creepiest, and coolest room.

Be Our Guest West Wing Scary Magic Kingdom

Here, you’ll find a portrait of the Beast.

Rose be Our Guest Restaurant

And the famous rose.


You’ll need to ask the food runner for most condiment needs.Fries are served with ketchup.


  1. melissa says

    We were there for lunch on Nov 24. They are part of the qs for the dp. However, the manager said they are part of the mickeys health check and the kids meal comes with 2 sides but no dessert. Wasn’t impressed, neither was the kiddlet in my party.

  2. Gretchen says

    Just verifying that it’s still OK for 1 member of your party to get in line for lunch, with the others joining you in the front of the line?
    Thanks for the great review (as always) & pics!

  3. TheFunFamilyMom says

    I want to try this place, and I agree with your statement that going early causes one to lose out on good opportunities when the attractions aren’t as busy. Is the restaurant still as busy now (May) as it was when it opened? Would a Wednesday, a typical lower crowd day at Magic Kingdom, be a good day to try lining up closer to 11am and do you think we would avoid the 30 minutes wait?

  4. Mariana says

    Thank you for the complete review and pics!! really appreciate it! I´m going for the first time on february 2014 and I have the dining plan, the menu includes the dessert? Thanks again

  5. Kelsey says

    To answer a previous commenter: We dine at BOG everytime we are at WDW (4 trips since the restaurant has opened and we go several times each visit when we can).

    They still “allow” families to join you at the end of the line, but they will NOT allow you to enter the building without your complete party. They also strongly discourage it, telling you not to wait in line without your entire party. But I’ve never seen them stop anyone from joining their family while the family is still outside.

  6. Frank D says

    I decided to add the last minute FP+ for next Sunday. I raised a picky eater, so I plan on grabbing a PB&J at Pinocchio’s for her like you suggested and I’m going to order something small for me and most of the desserts! Thanks for the tip!

  7. Melanie says

    Great review! We’re thinking of going here on a Wed. in late August for lunch. I’m hoping the line won’t be too bad since there are no EMH that day in MK. I’m really looking forward to it. If it’s too busy there is always Pecos Bills, but I’d prefer BOG!

  8. Drew says

    Yes there is, use the link in the review and follow the instructions and you should be good to go. I set mine up last weekend for March!

  9. Pete says

    They release dates around the 14th of each month for the next month at
    hope that makes sense, IE 14th Feb they released March availability etc…

    I think it’s for onsite guests only, you need to have linked your stay and tickets on MDE first

    It allows you to book a lunchtime FP+ (which doesn’t count as 1 of your 3) which you can use a QS and even pre-book your food (you can go straight to table, or change your order when you arrive)

  10. Jill says

    Does the fastpass reservation show up on the my experience app like the other fast passes?? I went through everything and book the fast pass but I never got a confirmation so I’m not sure if it worked.

  11. S says

    I’m sure this restaurant is perfectly lovely, but if you’re expecting a full service restaurant like Cinderella’s castle like we were, you’re going to be severely disappointed. Get a reservation if you can by all means, it’s way more fun and immersive than the other quick service places. Just know what you’re signing up for in advance.

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