Ok, so I'm new to the board and just recently moved to the Orlando area. All I keep hearing is to check out 'Le Cellier Steakhouse' on here. I keep reading that it's really great, delicious, etc. So we lucked out earlier this week and were able to get a reservation for 8 tonight. I've been excited since. We ordered the prix fixe so we could fully enjoy all the menu had to offer. We both ordered the Cheddar Cheese soup for apps; I got the King Salmon both ways (not a big steak eater) and fiancee got the prime rib; for desserts he got the choocolate 'moose' and I got the Maple Creme Brulee. So I repeat I was really excited to be tasting the infamous Cheddar Cheese soup...however it didn't live up to the hype. Don't get me wrong, it was good. But Campell's Chunky has a baked potato soup that tastes almost the same. I was a little disappointed because I was expecting something that was going to throw my socks off. So we moved onto the entrees - the salmon in the hoisin sauce was really delicious, the one in the coconut was ok. The fiancee thought his prime rib was just 'ok'. Then desserts - I really enjoyed the Maple Creme Brulee - it was the most delicious thing I had for the night. I tried the fiancee's 'moose' - it was good but I really enjoyed the brulee more. All in all it was an average dining experience. Like I said I was really expecting something to knock my socks off but I didn't get that feeling from this place. We're just curious that if 'Le Cellier' is one of the more popular restaurants and we thought it was 'Eh', are the rest of the Disney restaurants the same? I'm wondering if perhaps the hotel restaurants are better than the parks? I don't mean to spark a big debate on how good 'Le Cellier' is - I was just curious if others felt the same about it. Thanks.