While not Disney owned, negative guest feedback provided to Disney will ensure that changes are made.
I think this is going to be the most common takeaway from this experience that Disney will receive, most people expect to go to a restaurant and not come out hungry and therefore leave with a negative impression, especially after paying a hefty price.
Not that I want to sound like a food snob, but I don’t believe most pallets will discern the taste of the beef being served vs the standard equivalent cuts served elsewhere and as such won’t understand why it commands such a price premium for only a couple of ounces of beef.
Safe bet to say that the menu will be reworked to include standard beef in larger portioned options, along with reworked larger sized accompaniments options.
This restaurant has such potential for fine dining I just hope it doesn’t become the Tiffins of Epcot.
I disagree about being able to taste the difference. Unless you have non-existent taste buds for some reason, Wagyu beef is far and above better then any other beef. I go to the Hibachi Experience every year during the F&WF and they serve it there. One year they even did a taste comparison against USDA prime cut. There was a big difference.