Disney’s New Brunch at Le Cellier in Epcot Looks Absolutely Incredible!

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Le Cellier Brunch 2020

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For any of you that follow me on Twitter, you will know that my love of Le Cellier is not exactly a secret and I’ll admit, anything new to the restaurant has me a little excited. That being said, because I’m such a huge fan of the menu, it also means that I’m very critical of any changes to one of Epcot’s (and Walt Disney World’s) best restaurants.

Well as part of this year’s Festival of the Arts at Epcot, guests can enjoy a new brunch offering between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on weekends. We’ve known this was coming since November, but Disney has just revealed more details on what to expect from the offering when it launches this upcoming weekend on January 18th.

Firstly guests sit down to a prix fixe brunch menu which begins with an assortment of pastries for the table. Le Cellier has a great track record with bread and pastries, and sampling the pretzel bread that comes alongside a normal sitdown meal at the restaurant is up there on my list of things to do at Walt Disney World!

Now onto the main event, what to expect from the brunch alongside the price.

Interior of Le Cellier at Epcot
Credit: Disney

For a fixed price of $67 for adults and $37 for children (plus tax), you will be able to choose from a variety of dishes that include:

  • Cheddar cheese soup
  • Avocado toast
  • Montreal-spiced corned beef hash
  • Le Cellier eggs benedict
  • Cinnamon roll French toast bread pudding

Desserts include Maple Crème Brûlée or Coffee and Donuts. Speaking from experience, the desserts at Le Cellier are excellent and the cheddar cheese soup is one of the restaurant’s specialities, so well worth a try. The brunch also comes with a choice of beverage and you can choose something alcoholic such as a mimosa or Le Cellier bloody caesar or keep it simple with a special Le Cellier blend press pot coffee or other non-alcoholic beverage.

The brunch can also be redeemed on the Disney Dining Plan and comes at a cost of 2 entitlements which is a little high given the comparison to the lunch/dinner service but you’re still going to be getting a fantastic meal here.

The brunch can only be booked on weekends until February 23rd while the Festival of the Arts is running so if you want to grab a table best book via the My Disney Experience app or Disney Website! We also recommend booking with the Authorized Disney Vacation Planners at Academy Travel for your next Disney World trip.

Do you fancy brunch at Le Cellier? Let us know in the comments below what you’d choose to eat!

Source: Disney

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