Be Our Guest Breakfast Testing Begins March 20, 2015

Be Our Guest Breakfast

Today is the big day to begin making reservations! As I reported last month, Be Our Guest is going to begin testing breakfast on March 20 through June 18, 2015. Starting today, guests can make advance dining reservations either online or by calling 407-WDW-DINE. I was able to book a reservation for a party of six in June with no problems today, so hopefully the system won’t crash like it did when lunch reservations opened up a few weeks ago. Here’s the scoop on what is being offered at breakfast courtesy of Disney Parks Blog:

Starting on March 20, Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort will begin testing a prix fixe breakfast from 8-10 a.m. daily through June 18. The fast casual breakfast menu has a decidedly French touch; each meal begins with a pastry basket for sharing. Your entrée options include assorted cured meat and cheese served with marmalade, fresh fruit and a toasted baguette. You can also enjoy eggs Florentine served in a puff pastry shell with country ham and roasted plum tomatoes. Even the open-face bacon-and-poached-egg sandwich has Brie. If you’re looking for something a little lighter, choose the scrambled egg whites with roasted tomatoes, multigrain croissant and fresh fruit. Or go with a vegetable quiche with mushroom, zucchini, bell pepper, onion and chive, served with seasonal fruit. The prix fixe menu will also include a selection of self-service beverages. But the decadent start to the day is the Croissant Doughnut: a fried doughnut topped with banana caramel sauce, chocolate ganache and whipped cream. (True vacation indulgence!) The kids’ menu includes brioche French toast with fresh fruit, scrambled eggs with Applewood bacon and fresh fruit, fruit crepes with yogurt and fresh fruit with a berry foam, cereal and oatmeal.

Breakfast will be served as a counter service meal. You will place your order at the kiosk and then your meal will be delivered at your table. The dining plan will be accepted and it will count as one quick service credit. The price is $19.99 for guests ages 10 and older and $11.99 for children ages 3 to 9. The price includes an entrée, beverage, and pastry basket to share. Here is the full menu:

Entrees $19.99

Assorted Cured Meats and Cheese
Alpine-smoked Ham, Serrano Ham, Sopressata, and Cheese with Marmalade, Fresh Fruit, Toasted Baguette, and a selection of pastries.

Eggs Florentine
Puff Pastry Shell filled with Scrambled Eggs, Cheese, and fresh Spinach served with Country Ham, Roasted Plum Tomatoes, and a selection of pastries.

Vegetable Quiche
Mushroom, Zucchini, Bell Pepper, Onion and Chive Quiche served with Fresh Fruit and a selection of pastries.

Open-Face Bacon and Egg Sandwich
Poached Eggs, Applewood Bacon, Brie Cheese, and Arugula on a toasted Baguette served with Fresh Fruit and a selection of pastries.

Scrambled Egg Whites
Scrambled Egg Whites with Roasted Tomatoes, Multi-grain Croissant, Fresh Fruit, and a selection of pastries.

Croissant Doughnut
Fried Doughnut topped with Banana-Caramel Sauce, Pastry Crème, and Chocolate Ganache served with a selection of pastries.

Kids Meals $11.99

Crepes
Stuffed with Yogurt, Fresh Berries, and Wildberry Foam served with a selection of pastries.

French Toast
Brioche Bread served with Fresh Fruit and a selection of pastries.

Scrambled Eggs
Served with Applewood Bacon, Fresh Fruit, and a selection of pastries.

Kellogg’s® Cereal
Choice of Kellogg’s® Cereal with Milk, Fresh Fruit, and a selection of pastries.

Oatmeal
Steel-cut Oatmeal served with Golden Raisins, Brown Sugar, and a selection of pastries.

Beverages Included In Price

Self-serve, Fresh-brewed Coffee or Hot Cocoa
Dasani Bottled Water
Lowfat Milk 1%
Nestlé® Nesquik® Chocolate Milk 14 oz
Simply Orange Juice
Minute Maid Apple Juice
Self-serve cold fountain beverage, 22oz
Perrier Water

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3 comments on “Be Our Guest Breakfast Testing Begins March 20, 2015

  1. My mouth is currently watering thanks to the pictures in your post and I am currently looking for reservations for Be Our Guest breakfast. Do you have any special strategies for getting hard to come by reservations? My strategy is to try reservations throughout the time we will be there and to make sure there is no gap of time in my searches. By that I mean that if Be Our Guest opens at 8:00 AM I set my search for 9:30 AM since Disney reservations search an hour and thirty minutes before and after your reservation time, and I search daily. I managed to find lunch and dinner reservations for Be Our Guest in May this way. Any other suggestions?

    • Hi Sarah – Another tip for getting hard to come by reservations, is to try booking for the last day of your vacation first and at exactly 6am Eastern Time online. With Disney’s 180+10 rule (meaning that guests with Disney resort hotel reservations can book their dining reservations 180 days in advance of their check in date for the first 10 days of their stay), if you try for a reservation at the end of your stay you are competing with fewer people since only resort guests would be able to book that far in advance. Good luck! 🙂

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