The boys were very excited as we walked in and saw the beautiful ballroom, the snow out the back doors, and the Beast’s very own “Rose Room”. It is always neat to eat somewhere (especially at Disney) for the first time and just take in the atmosphere. We looked through the menu, talked with the Chef (regarding Jaxon’s gluten intolerance) and then placed our order. I took the kids for a much desired tour while my husband waited at the table.
I have to say, they did a wonderful job decorating the restaurant and making you feel like you are really dining in the movie itself. There were a few different choices for both adults and children (at lunch it is quick service and sit down service for dinner) and the prices followed along what you would expect at Disney. The Beast made an appearance a few times throughout our dinner experience and he would greet guests in his library after you were done with your dinner.
Overall, we definitely enjoyed our time at the Beast’s Castle. Just an opinion (of course) but our family still prefers Cinderella’s Castle (which would be very similar in price but offers characters) followed by the Liberty Tree Tavern which offers a family style all you can eat dinner at a slightly smaller price.