Le Cellier Steakhouse
Located in Epcot - Canada Pavilion
here like lunch at the other restaurants in Epcot®
World Showcase is an opportunity to enjoy a taste of the host
country's cuisine, without quite the same degree of sticker shock
that will be found at dinner.
Our server Pat, who is from Vancouver, is one of the many natives
from the host country that make up a large portion of the wait
staff. Pat, who was half way through his one year work experience at
Walt Disney World, was not only enthusiastic and pleasant, but also
knowledgeable and a great help offering explanations about the
various selections found on the menu.
One of the many interesting and informative insights he offered up
was a description and history of the breads he placed on our table.
The selections included Pretzel Bread, which represented the second
largest October fest in the world held annually in Ontario. The
Sourdough Bread, which plays a part in the spring festival in the
Yukon and the Multigrain Bread that, represented the Alberta
Province, which produces over 50% of the world’s grain.
The lunch menu offered a wide variety of appetizers, entrée salads,
sandwiches and entrees that allowed the three of us in our group to
satisfy varying degrees of hunger.
A staple on the menu is the Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup. The
fifty-degree temperatures outside made this scrumptious soup, which
is prepared with among other ingredients Smoked Bacon and Moosehead
Beer an easy choice for all three of us.
In addition to the soup I ordered the Le Cellier Grilled Steak
Burger topped with cheddar cheese and served with French fries. This
being a steakhouse my expectation for this burger was high and I
wasn’t disappointed. My burger remained tasty and not a bit dried
out, even though the chef had followed my instructions and prepared
it well done.
One of my lunch companions in addition to his Cheddar Cheese Soup
ordered the 10 oz. New York Strip Steak with roasted Yukon potatoes,
roasted garlic, herb vinaigrette and arugula butter. I accepted his
offering of a taste, and even though I had enjoyed a New York Strip
for lunch the day before at The Hollywood Brown Derby, I thought it
to be exceptional. The combination of tastes incorporated into this
fine cut of beef made me envious.
Our other companion made his Cheddar Cheese Soup his lunch as he
worked his way across the Canadian Bread Basket.
Once again the enthusiasm of server and the well-prepared food made
this subterranean hideaway in the Canadian pavilion worth coming
You also may want to try the Espresso Cheesecake, it was
Le Cellier Grilled Steak Burger
Topped with your choice of Cheddar Cheese, Gruyere, or Blue Cheese.
Add Canadian Bacon, Smoked Bacon, or sautéed Mushrooms. $0.99 each
10 oz. New York Strip Steak
Roasted Yukon Potatoes, Roasted Garlic, Herb Vinaigrette, Arugula
Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup
Smoked Bacon and Moosehead Beer $3.99
Espresso Cheesecake $4.99
Editors Note: Partial menu included here that is intended to
give the reader a better understanding of the cuisine and price.
Sample of Other Menu Selections
Beef Tenderloin Salad
Beef Tenderloin Tips, Mixed Greens. Asian Noodles and a Sesame
Ginger Dressing $14.99
Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad
Baby Red and Green Romaine Lettuce, Marinated Grilled Chicken
Breast, Sour Dough Croutons, Creamy Caesar Dressing $9.99
Sliced Prime Rib “French Dip” Sandwich
French Onion Roll, Caramelized Onions, Canadian Cheddar, Beef Jus
Add Canadian Bacon, Smoked Bacon, or sautéed Mushrooms $0.99 each
Vancouver Chicken Sandwich - teriyaki marinated chicken
breast, cucumber slaw, and wasabi mayo topped with Canadian bacon
and Black Diamond cheddar cheese, accompanied by a vegetable noodle
Pan Seared Beef Tenderloin Tips
Pan Seared Beef Tips with Cream Cheese Mashed Potaotes and Roasted
Onion Broth $15.99
Sautéed Shrimp and Pasta
Apple Wood Bacon, Spinach, White Wine Butter, Lobster Oil $16.99
Walt’s 100 Years of Magic Chocolate Cake $5.99
Classic Crème Brulee $4.99
Apple Tart with Carmel $4.99
Raspberry Sorbet $4.49