Its designed to resemble a wine cellar. You'll find bottles of various vintages displayed behind wood and glass showcases. Literally translating to "the cellar" there are no windows. Ambient lighting creates an intimate setting. Stone arches add to the authentic feel of dining in an underground treasure trove of fine wines.
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As the smallest restaurant on Disney Property, Le Cellier provides and intimate atmosphere with some of the best food in an amusement park. The meal start when your server brings you a bread basket, each selection representing a different Canadian Province. You won't have long to wait before your meal is served, a meal worthy of the best steakhouse. From poutine to steak you won't have a bad meal.
Pros: Quiet, controlled atmosphere. Delectable food. A steakhouse experience.
Cons: Inside of EPCOT, need a park ticket to dine at. Long reservation list.