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    Le Cellier Steakhouse - one of the most popular Epcot World Showcase restaurants, has a much-anticipated new chef and new dinner menu that debuts this week. The steakhouse concept remains (and the lunch menu isn’t changing), but wow, the dinner menu elevates this restaurant to the top tier of Disney dining.

    “We’re now serving Canadian raised beef,” said Chef Al Youngman, who took over the helm after working with the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival. “Cattle is raised in all the Canadian provinces, and we’re very excited to showcase the great flavors to our guests.”

    Among starters are an artisan spicy chicken and chipotle sausage with roasted corn polenta, black and blue beef steak tartar, grilled jumbo asparagus gratinée with Hollandaise, and a lobster chopped salad. Never fear, the delectable Canadian Cheddar cheese soup stays.

    Beef takes center stage for entrées with a filet mignon with wild mushroom risotto and white truffle butter sauce, grilled bone-in rib-eye and prime New York strip steak.

    Roasted venison medallions with celery root mousseline, forest mushrooms and Brussels sprouts; roasted duck breast and leg confit with Cheddar bread pudding, and pork tenderloin with maple polenta and warm bacon vinaigrette are other savory selections. Fish fans can choose from seared “Gooseberry” cod with braised oxtail ravioli, shiitake mushrooms, bok choy and consommé, or Pacific King salmon with parsnip puree and braised greens. Vegetarians get a rich, creamy potato-leek and goat cheese quiche with truffle butter sauce. Wine pairings are suggested for each dish.

    Sides include “poutine” fries (a classic Canadian rendition with Cheddar cheese and truffle salt), creamed spinach, truffle crushed potatoes, baked macaroni and cheese, maple-glazed carrots and sautéed mushrooms.

    For sweet endings, maple crème brûlée stays on the menu. A crowd pleaser is the trio of chocolate: mousse, sorbet and warm chocolate almond cake. Seasonal sorbet, lemon cheesecake and a semi-frozen white wine sabayon with chilled fruit soup and a no-sugar-added chocolate mousse with fresh berries offer something for everyone.

    For a savory ending, go with the interesting cheeses: a Woolrich goat Brie from Ontario, Canada, paired with honeycomb; Petit Agour French sheep’s milk cheese with apple-cranberry chutney, Smokey Oregon Blue paired with walnut brittle, and Bandage Wrapped Cheddar from California (aged 30 months) with pear jam.

    Like a ribbon on a beautiful package, Le Cellier Steakhouse now wraps up the dining experience with eight varieties of hot tea; five dessert wines, including our favorite Inniskillin Vidal Icewine; three kinds of Port; chocolate martinis; Grand Marnier, Courvoisier VS…Le Cellier Steakhouse has, indeed, arrived.

    #1 Filet mignon with wild mushroom risotto and white truffle butter sauce
    #2 Roasted duck breast with leg confit with cheddar bread pudding
    #3 Seared gooseberry cod with braised oxtail ravioli, shiitake mushrooms, bok choy and consomme
    #4 Trio of chocolate: Mousse, sorbet, and warm chocolate almond cake
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    that looks very nice i wonder if you will be able to ADR'S now





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    Guess we'll have to try and put it on our list for December. Maybe for Candlelight Processional Dinner





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    I'll miss that delicious coffee-rubbed Kansas City Strip Steak!

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    I managed to get 2 Adr's for mid May. I booked yesterday












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    This does look like a better menu but I hope its worth the cost

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    Just booked an ADR for LE CELLIER for august what is the dress code





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    The rule for dress is as follows, and can be found in the 2011 Dining Plan PDF here:

    Disney Dining Plan - look under "Related Resources" and open any of the plan PDF documents

    "Dress Code for Signature Restaurants is Resort Casual.
    Not permitted in dining room: Tank tops, swimsuits or swimsuit cover-ups, hats for gentlemen, cut-offs, or torn clothing of any kind."

    You have to realize they KNOW you are on vacation and in a typically warm climate. When we were at the Yachtsman Steak House last year, I wore a baseball cap and no one said a word as I didn't expect anyone would.

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