Le Cellier Steakhouse

Le Cellier is a steakhouse, so the menu is definitely red-meat heavy. However, there are some seafood options on the menu to accommodate other members of your party. It's probably not the best place to take vegetarians though. This restaurant is one of the most popular at the resort, with tables booking up months in advance. Le Cellier means "the cellar" in French, so that should give you a good idea of the decor you can expect here.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: Back of the Canada Pavilion, near the exit from "O, Canada."
  • Date Opened:
  • Seating: Indoor tables
  • Service Type: Table service
  • Children's Meals: Yes
  • Vegetarian Options: Yes
  • Annual Pass Discount: No
  • Reservations: Essential. Online or call (407) 939-3463 up to 180 days prior to your visit.
Menu Information - Hide Section
The entrees on the menu may change seasonally. While we will update the menus here as new ones come in they should be used as only a sample of what you might find available at the restaurant on any given day.

Menu as of July 2014


Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup - made with Moosehead Beer, "Nueske's" applewood-smoked bacon. $10
Braised Octopus - Roasted eggplant purée, pickled baby peppers, chayote, herb pistou. $14
Farmers Market Bounty - Compressed cucumber, macerated strawberries, burrata cheese, strawberry-walnut croutons. $13
Assortment of Artisanal Cheese - with chef's selection of dried fruits and preserves. $15
Charcuterie - Chef's handcrafted meat selection, grilled sourdough bread, and robiola cheese. $17
Canadian Cove Mussels - Yellow pepper butter, vegetable ceviche, toasted sourdough. $15
Seared Scallops - Cauliflower purée, jalapeño pepper relish, popped sorghum, citrus blend. $15
"Le Cellier" Seafood Salad - Mixed field greens, haricot verts, avocado, tomatoes and "Lake Meadow" egg. $17
Steakhouse Caesar - Grilled lemon, San Joaquin gold, garlic-buttermilk dressing, boquerones, brioche toast. $11


"Le Cellier" Filet Mignon - AAA Canadian beef tenderloin, smoked bacon and spinach risotto, heirloom toy box tomoatoes, parmesan butter sauce. $46
Dry-Aged Boneless Rib-Eye - Aged for 14 days, fingerling potatoes, roasted garlic butter. $49
Sumac Crusted Sirloin - Roasted bone marrow, grilled spring onion, fried onion petals, harissa sauce. $42
Angus New York Strip - Caramelized onion pastry, flora nelle cheese, ramps, wilted kale, cabernet butter. $45
Wild King Salmon - Zellwood corn cakes, grilled corn, watermelon radish, raspberry vinaigrette, citrus blend. $39
"Maudite" Braised Wagyu Short Rib - Pearled root vegetables, roasted pearl onion, pickled vegetable, garlic chips. $43
House-made Pappardelle Pasta - Morel mushrooms, asparagus, ramps, beet coins, white asparagus foam, tangerine cress. $27
Poulet Rouge Chicken - Braised artichoke, heirloom tomato, einkorn grain, roasted yellow pepper velouté. $42
Spring Lamb Loin - Fava bean and mint purée, Belgian endive, morels, fiddlehead ferns, mustard lamb jus. $42

Poutine Menu

Le Cellier "Poutine" - Canadian cheddar, black truffle, red wine reduction. $9
Farmhouse "Poutine"- Soft-poached egg, heirloom tomato jam, "Nueske's" applewood-smoked bacon, micro arugula. $11
Pulled BBQ Pork "Poutine" - Cornbread croutons, house-made barbecue, jalapeño aioli. $13


Creamed Fresh Baby Spinach - Parmesan tuile. $8
Roasted Marble Potatoes - Bacon, mustard grain vinaigrette. $8
Cavatelli & Sausage Pasta - Pickled vegetable, yellow pepper sauce. $11
Sautéed Wild Mushrooms - $8


Beecher's Flagship Reserve Truckle - Local Seattle milk, traditionally cloth-bound and open-air aged. Creates a sharp bite, quickly tempered by toasted nuts and caramelized butter. Paired with honeycomb.
Woolwich Goat Brie - Woolwich Dairy from Ontario, Canada, produces this rennet-free soft-ripened specialty. Reminiscent of traditional farm-made, raw-milk Brie. Paired with Fig Almond Cake.
Bayley Hazen Blue - A natural-rinded blue cheese named for the iconic Bayley Hazen Military Road that traverses the Northeast Kingdom. Like most blues, Penicillium Roqueforti is used, but the usual peppery spice character associated with blue cheese takes a backseat to sweet, nutty, and grassy flavors in the milk.
Truffle Tremor - This award-winning Cypress Grove cheese has a perfectly balanced marriage of ripened goat cheese, jam-packed with Italian Black Summer truffles. It has heavy floral, herb and mushroom notes. Paired with Berry Compote.


Caramel Milk Chocolate Bar - Coconut, chocolate crumbs, macaroon, chocolate sorbet. $10
Meyer Lemon Curd Torte - Morello cherry, cheese crème, caramelized phyllo crisp. $10
"No Sugar Added" Strawberry Panna Cotta - mascarpone panna cotta, strawberry, late harvest reduction. $10
Cranberry-Orange Sorbet - Gingersnap cookie. $8
Citrus Olive-Oil Cake - Vanilla-mint panna cotta, berry gelée, chili pepper sorbet, sesame tuile. $10
Maple Crême Brûlée - $8

Kids' Menu


House Salad - with fat-free ranch dressing. $4
Cheddar Soup - $3

Kids' Mickey Check Meals

Seared Salmon - Seared salmon with brown rice, green beans, and fresh fruit salad with choice of small lowfat milk or small Dasani water. $15
Grilled Chicken - Grilled chicken with brown rice, green beans, and fresh fruit salad with choice of small lowfat milk or small Dasani water. $13

Kids' Meals

Grilled Sirloin - with roasted potatoes, green beans, and veal jus served with choice of small lowfat milk, small Dasani water, or small Minute Maid apple juice. $12
Orecchiette Pasta - with white cheddar cheese sauce and served with choice of small lowfat milk, small Dasani water, or small Minute Maid apple juice. $8
Grilled Chicken - with brown rice and green beans served with choice of small lowfat milk, small Dasani water, or small Minute Maid apple juice. $9
Seared Salmon - with brown rice, green beans served with choice of small lowfat milk, small Dasani water, or small Minute Maid apple juice. $11


Chocolate Moose - $8
Ice Cream Sundae - $6
Fruit Salad - $4

If a menu is presented here it is for guidance purposes only. Menus can change without notice and at some restaurants daily. If you have specific dietary needs or questions it is best to contact the restaurant directly for information. If you'd like to notify us that a menu has changed, or you can provide the complete information, please let us know through our email form.

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Average Reviewer Rating: 4.4 out of 54.4 out of 54.4 out of 54.4 out of 54.4 out of 5
Number of Le Cellier Steakhouse Reviews: 34
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1.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.0   11-16-2009
Reviewer: ls3015 Freeland Michigan     November 25, 2009
I Read numerous reviews saying how good LeCellier was, well I will tell you something has happened to it It was by FAR the worst dinner we had on our vacation at WDW this trip,We finally was able to get a Res in LeCellier and was totally disappointed, We had a 4:00pm Res and was at the check in at 3:30 and was told to set and wait until called, We watched party's that had later res than us come in and were seated right away, after seeing this 4 times I asked why we hadn't been seated yet, The check in lady was elderly which appeared to have trouble reading and hadn't posted us a table,Why would such a valued restaurant have a incompetent person at check in.With much more confusion, check in is not well organized, we were than seated in what was a cafeteria style seat 2 person tables side by side just inches apart with other people we didn't know, in a dark area of the restaurant, although it's a cellar everything is dark. There were plenty of tables, so not sure why they seated us like that. I think they like it dark so you can't see how bad the food looks. The waiter was nice and that's all I can say good about LeCellier, the menu didn't have a good variety and 2 choices of steak which is what we wanted, we ordered the new york steak without any coffee rub, and was brought out some long HARD bread sticks. Yum, they stayed in the cradle. When the steak came it was the worst steak we had ever been served, tasted like shoe leather and was tough, and the potatoes tasted like they had sand mixed in them. The waiter told us this was the trademark steak, and they are all like this, we will NOT be going back to lecellier. We left with paying $75.00 for a dinner of 2 we didn't like and were still hungry. If you want a good steak at disney go to Yachtsman steak house.
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2.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.02.0/5.0   11/13/09
Reviewer: DayTrader Nothin' could be finer     November 17, 2009
I have been trying to get a reservation here for years, and finally got in for an early dinner seating. We were seated next to a kitchen door that swung open constantly into one persons back, and in full view, and earshot of the kitchen. We were constantly distracted by all the opening and closing doors. We all (4) ordered the prime rib. 1 had soup, 3 had salad appetizers. We all tasted the flavorful but lukewarm soup. The field green salads were a good size, bursting with different flavors and textures. The prime rib was disappointing. Cooked to order, (all had different requests) but so much gristle. We were all sawing, chewing and trying to delicately spit out what we could not gnaw. This was the chewiest prime rib any of us had ever had. It was a cut of meat that shouldn't have even been used at a Country Buffet. We are not ones to return food, so we ate what we could. The deserts were great. I would suggest the Crème brûlée.
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5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   10/31/09
Reviewer: bmxmom Southern California     November 02, 2009
This was the last meal of our trip and it did not disappoint! We had eaten here in 2006 and loved it so we had high expectations. We had 11:30 lunch reservations and the wait staff started the lunch seating with the Canadian national touch! Our waiter was attentive and funny and told great stories and had amazing food recommendations! I had the filet mignon with Mushroom risotto and it was the most tender amazing thing ever! My daughter had the New York Strip and it was so tasty and delicious! She got the Maple Creme Brulee for dessert and I had a Warm Apple Tart. They were both delicious! This is a must do for us and we would most definitely recommend it.
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History and Trivia - Hide Section
  • At this location: Le Cellier has been at this location since the park opened in 1982. Originally the name was just Le Cellier rather than Le Cellier Steakhouse and it served food buffeteria style. The focus of the food choices was definitely more on Canadian dishes such as maple-syrup pie and salmon dishes. In September 1994, the restaurant closed and reopened on June 25, 1995, with a new menu featuring custom made sandwiches. This didn't last long and in 1997 the restaurant again closed, reopening as the sit-down table-service steakhouse that is currently there.
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Offsite Links (we can not vouch for their accuracy or timeliness)

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  • Inspection Reports — Restaurant inspection reports from the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation.

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