Le Cellier, Canada’s Steakshouse in Epcot

IMG-6222It is very rare to be able to grab a reservation at the coveted Le Cellier Steakhouse in Epcot, especially last minute. We were lucky to be able to snatch one during our latest trip to Disney. We have been before years past but was excited to indulge in yet another wonderful meal here. Descend into the cozy cellar of a Canadian château for exquisite steaks and seafood specialties.

Sensational Canadian Cuisine

Savor tender steaks, fresh seafood, cheesy poutine fries and other regional cuisine inspired by the provinces of Canada.

Under sweeping stone arches and flickering candle sconces, this sizzling steakhouse recalls the wine cellars of grand château-style hotels like Fairmont Le Château Frontenac and Fairmont Château Laurier.

Come lunch or dinner, begin your meal with notable appetizers like our Canadian cheddar cheese soup, prime beef tartare and P.E.I. mussels, before moving on to such signature entrées as the “Le Cellier” filet mignon, the Kurobuta pork porterhouse or our Skuna Bay Canadian salmon. And for a sweet ending to any meal, save room for maple crème brûlée or one of our other decadent desserts!

Guests 21 years of age and over can complement their meal with a fine Canadian wine, chosen from the vintages displayed in glass and wood cases surrounding the restaurant’s intimate interior. Traditional beer or specialty drinks are also available.

Head north to this celebrated cellar in the heart of the Canada Pavilion!

Have a look at the menu here~~~>>> Le Cellier Menus

 

We ordered the Porterhouse Dinner for 2 with the lobster macaroni and mashed potatoes. YUM! It was more than enough and probably one of the best meals I have ever had! INCREDIBLE!!

We never bring our kids to this restaurant, although many do of course. We like to save this one for just us. It makes for a very special dinner. I highly recommend!IMG-6261

 

 

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