Agreed. A lot of the food at lunch will now be better quality than before (once you look beyond the cheese soup and maple crème brûlée, which were so popular that it definitely made sense to increase the prices). For me, the issue is that I don't think a meal at LC will be worth the higher prices (once you factor in the service and atmosphere at LC compared to the other signatures). There are many WDW restaurants that are too overpriced (IMO) for me to justify dining at, and now LC is one of them. For the same prices, I'll take Artist Point or Jiko. In Le Cellier's defense (yes, I'm defending LC even though I'm not a fan of the price increases), Disney did try to raise the bar when they upgraded dinner to a 2-credit meal. Le Cellier received a new head chef (who'd previously been at Yachtsman) and some of the new dishes are great. The dinner poutine creatively incorporates upscale ingredients, such as red wine reduction and truffle salt (some people still harp on the fact that it isn't traditional, but I expect signature restaurants to take classic dishes and shake them up). Many of the other dishes, such as the lobster chopped salad, are also unique (and at certain points in time, they had venison, oxtail, and buffalo on the menu). There's obviously a difference in quality between salmon sliders with fries and "Golden Tilefish with glazed Salsify, Potato, Haricot Verts, and warm Bacon Vinaigrette" (the new seafood dish). Another new dish (Seared Veal Tenderloin with Parsnip Baby Brussel Sprouts, Wild Mushrooms, and grain Mustard Jus) also sounds like a step up from what was offered before. For me, the problem with LC isn't the food quality, as I've had food there that stands up well against some of the other WDW signatures. IMO, the problem is the atmosphere - LC doesn't 'feel' like a signature restaurant. The place needs a proper refurbishment (just like many other WS restaurants have recently received), but I doubt it's going to get one.