Le Cellier Steakhouse goes to all day menu

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  1. bobbiwoz

    bobbiwoz I'm happy to dance with you!

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    I don't want an 8 oz steak. At least offer a smaller size! I have a dinner ADR for April. I am not sure I will keep it.
     
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  3. trampslady

    trampslady <font color=green>I stop and watch the Norway vide

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    Longtime DVC Member and lover of all things Disney. EXCEPT....the way the dining has been changing over the last few years. I will definitely be cancelling our reservations in March. That burger was something we ALWAYS looked forward to, and it was popular as well.

    The pricing is just reaching absolutely ridiculous levels, and having to plan each and every single moment of our trip for reservations, and now even fast passes....STOP IT DISNEY. You are taking away the magic.

    My mother is going to be so sad as we constantly rave over that burger, and this was going to be her first one.
     
  4. mouselike-harrier

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    I am so confused on what to do.:confused3 I don't know whether to just cancel my lunch ADR or just order a side and dessert. Has anyone had the lobster mac n cheese?
    Edit: Just cancelled. Why I am holding on to this reservation just for the maple creme brûlée. Hope they rethink this new menu.
     
  5. mollygirl13

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    So sad-DH and I have a lunch reservation at LeCellier in 1 month and we really loved their burger. We were looking forward to it.

    Now that it is off the menu I am canceling my ADR.
     
  6. bgraham34

    bgraham34 Wilderness Lodger

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    Wow I am glad I found this thread. Last Sept was the first time we were able to get Reservations and it will be the last time we eat there. I actually booked lunch ressies for May but have now cancelled them since I cant get the burger.

    Disney your greed is unreal, I hope this experiment fails miserably.
     
  7. carol-lamb

    carol-lamb DIS Veteran

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    After I canceled my Le Cellier reservation last night, I immediately made one for Biergarten - another favorite of ours. For half the price I will still get a delicious soup and pretzel bread, an assortment of salads, meats, potatoes, desserts and entertainment! In all honesty, I am looking forward to eating there more than I was Le Cellier! As I visit WDW often, I mix up my dining reservations. I had eaten at Biergarten in September, but hadn't eaten at Le Cellier since June so that is why I made the adr in the first place.
     
  8. PoohsFan1

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    I'm with you on that....my favorite part of the meal is the cheddar cheese soup with pretzel bread and the Chocolate "moose" dessert. I do enjoy the filet with risotto, however I enjoy my filets that I get at both California Grill and Yachtsman's Steakhouse much more, it is my DH that has to go there for the filet. I am really bummed that they put the chocolate "moose" dessert on the kids menu (I understood why they did it though), that is one of my favorite desserts in WDW.....out of curiosity, since we are always on the DDP, could I still order that dessert or would I have to pay OOP for it since it is on the child's menu?
     
  9. TDC Nala

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    If the moose is on the kids' menu it doesn't mean adults can't order it. You could ask for it as your DDP dessert and if they won't allow that (it doesn't seem a good deal for 2 credits either) just buy an extra one.

    For a long time the moose wasn't on the kids menu. People freaked out when their kids couldn't get it on DDP.
     
  10. rstamm

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    Do we know for sure that the mashed potatoes are gone?

    They would let you sub them before, but I didn't think they were listed on the menu.

    Do they still have the fries? They were the best fries I ever had would get them instead.
     
  11. TDC Nala

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    They would let you sub mashed potatoes at lunch, but not at dinner. The potatoes were not on the dinner menu. they would have to be listed as a side with another entree.

    They have fries for the poutine. You may be able to just ask for fries. The dinner fries were not the same as the lunch fries though, they were thin fries and the lunch fries were thick.
     
  12. mhartel1

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    I cancelled my ADR for April as well. I originally had a lunch ADR which was 1 credit, but they changed it to 2, so I went back to dinner. Then the new menu, so not worth it, so I cancelled again.

    I made one for Coral Reef. I have never been there, but hope the food is good.
     
  13. ABE4DISNEY

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    We pay OOP. There is no way I can justify such a jump in prices. Can't believe they did this. :confused3:
     
  14. rustyanchor

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    Well, this sucks. I have never been to Le Cellier, have a lunch ADR for February, but now I'm considering canceling. The Prix Fixe was such a good deal that we were just planning on doing that, but I don't think I want to pay those dinner prices for a lunch meal. Ugh. I think I'll keep my ADR until I make up my mind.
     
  15. PoohsFan1

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    Thanks for the info :goodvibes
     
  16. izzy

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    Boo for doing this Disney! I'm gonna miss that hamburger.

    Anyway, maybe this explains something that I came across last week that surprised me. A friend of mine was going to be in Disney this week, and I was helping him with dining reservations. I was surprised when when I saw that I could have snagged him a reservation at Le Cellier for both 11:50 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. I remember a time when LC booked up months in advance.

    If people start cancelling their reservations left and right and they don't fill up the restaurant, they will hopefully re-evaluate this decision.
     
  17. minnie56

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    Just back from WDW last night, didn't do Le Cellier this trip but this wouldn't stop me. I think their food is excellent..if I want to eat somewhere, I eat there. In fact, this trip we opted out of dining..even tho I had a pin for free dining and actually-it was quite liberating. If we wanted an appetizer, we had one. Didn't feel we had to have dessert. I think Disney portions are ridiculous mind you ..way too big.

    :confused3
     
  18. minnie56

    minnie56 <font color=magenta>Whatever it is, he said it is

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    Bigger steak..
     
  19. minnie56

    minnie56 <font color=magenta>Whatever it is, he said it is

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    Surprisingly-the burger wasn't a big seller, until folks heard it was going lol
     
  20. Tina

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    I have a March lunch reservation. I'm thinking about cancelling. I'd hate to miss out on my favorite soup, but who wants a big heavy steak at noon? Not me. We are on the dining plan, but were planning to pay OOP for this lunch. Not sure it's worth all that cash at this point. One menu is fine, but how about some lunch-type options on the menu?
     
  21. JennaDeeDooDah

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    The soup at Biergarten is very similar, if you are just going for the soup. It doesn't have the bacon, but everything else tasted almost exactly the same to me. Just throwing that out there in case you wanted an alternative. Oh, and with it being Biergarten, you know that there is plenty of pretzel bread!
     

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