Magic Kingdom Park's Be Our Guest Restaurant will begin testing a prix fixe breakfast from 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. daily March 20 through June 18, 2015.
Reservations will be available online via My Disney Experience and a la carte beginning March 17. The prix fixe breakfast menu includes a pastry basket for sharing, choice of an entrée, and a selection of self-service beverages. Pricing is $19.99 plus tax for adults; $11.99 plus tax for children ages 3-9 years.

Due to the popularity of Be Our Guest Restaurant, advance reservations are encouraged, as availability for walk-ins is expected to be limited. As with all dining reservations, a credit card guarantee is required at the time of reservation and the standard cancellation policy applies.

One quick-service meal entitlement will be redeemed for Guests with Disney Dining Plan (DPP) packages during the breakfast meal period.

A fast-casual dining reservation expedites the Guest experience by providing Guests with priority entrance upon arrival. Be Our Guest Restaurant offers self-seating for the fast-casual dining experience during breakfast and lunch; tables are not reserved in advance.

Frequently Asked Questions:

1) How do I enter the park for an early morning (pre-opening) reservation?
Upon arrival at Magic Kingdom Park, Guests with dining times prior to park opening are required to provide the confirmation number to a Cast Member at the park entrance. Guests will then be directed to the restaurant location and should allow 15 minutes to walk from the Main Entrance to the restaurant.

2) Is the option to pre-order meals available for breakfast?
The option to pre-order breakfast meals is not available at this time. Until this feature is available, Guests will place their order upon arrival at the restaurant. UPDATE: This option is now available.

3 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

Wow, shocked that they are doing this and only requiring a quick service meal credit!

The meal plan's value keeps going up if you know the most expensive quick service places to eat. Breakfast at the hotel is roughly $10 including your drink and breakfast here is going to be $20. With the meal plan costing about $40 a person per day, you just have to spend more than $20 on a dinner and snack item and your saving money. Not hard to do when a burger, drink and desert can be $15-17 a person.

Anonymous said...

This will be an interesting change. I don't see anything I'll eat, but am glad they're mixing up offerings for those who will enjoy this.

@ prior anon:
The meal plan is only a good "deal" for the heartiest of eaters. If you do your math out for how you would normally eat I think you'll find you'd save money by paying cash or using a gift card you've pre-loaded money onto. There are websites out there to help with this. But, if you prefer to check your extra money into my Disney stocks, feel free to. :)

Anonymous said...

Be Our Guest - Fab for dinner but breakfast NO!
Eggs cold. Will not be visiting there again for breakfast.

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