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Le Cellier Steakhouse reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Le Cellier Steakhouse, a table service restaurant in World Showcase - Canada at Epcot.

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Posted: February 15, 2014

Themed the wine cellars of historic Canada hotels, Le Cellier's most popular dish might be its Cheddar Cheese Soup, available at lunch and dinner. You'll also find a selection of beef, venison, pork, chicken, salmon, and pasta, from $26-56. If you're looking for something uniquely Canadian, try the poutine fries, too.

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29 votes, so far

The cheddar cheese soup was most definitely delicious, as was our steak entrees. The ambiance was lovely, and it was much smaller than I anticipated it would be. The only down side is that if there is a big loud group, it echos throughout the entire place. All said and done, pricey, but worth it. 9/10. - Tom Nikl

I've never had a good meal here. They've always been phenomenal, and this most recent one was the best. Service was a very good. Cheese soup was delicious. The rolls are always great. But the star of the show was the short rib! (Even better than the filet and steak). Worth the price increase. 10/10. - David L.

A great, if not slightly overrated restaurant. I've never had a bad meal, but the prices are higher than the quality level. - Sean Huckel

One of the best steakhouses in Orlando! You get what you pay for so if you want a shoe leather steak for $10 go to the Sizzler. If you want great food at prices that I feel are very reasonable then make a reservation (or try to) at Le Cellier! Also, KUDO'S to Disney for implementing the no-show fee at some of their most popular restaurants. They should do this for EVERY RESTAURANT on property! - Mark Hollamon

Have not managed to eat here in about 5 years (and we always go off-season). Perhaps the new no-show charge, to stop selfish people from booking dinner at five restaurants all at the same time and picking one when they figure out what they want to eat, might open up a few more tables. - Keith Forrest

The atmosphere is very nice. Our food was great, if a little over prices. My only issue was our server seemed a little green. I would expect any restaurant that serves meals at the caliber Le Cellier does to have experienced servers. He wasn't bad, just seemed like he needed a few more months of practice to get it down pat. - Tom Rigg

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