The menu for this new offering is basically an American-standard breakfast served family-style. The chefs at the Garden Grill have always made a point to use some element of food that has been grown and cultivated in the Living with the Land attraction. At breakfast, this seems to come in the form of a few salsas and chutneys that are brought to the table to act as breakfast condiments.
Some of the items may change seasonally, (but probably not by very much… the core American-standard breakfast formula menu is about the same at most Disney breakfast locations). There is an orange, passion fruit and guava juice blend that acts as a "signature beverage" (the standard coffee, tea, soda, juice and water are also available). A giant "Chip's Sticky Bun Bake" skillet is show stopper here. It's a giant cinnamon bun served warm with vanilla icing. A fresh fruit bowl, scrambled eggs, biscuits and sausage gravy, potato barrels, bacon, ham, and Mickey-shaped waffles with chocolate sauce round out the offerings. Family-style means you can request more helpings of any (or all) of the items, for the duration of your breakfast.
Pricing seems to hover at the high end of our scale at $34-ish per adult, but may be higher during peak visitor periods (i.e. the holidays).
Characters at Garden Grill Breakfast usually include Chip and Dale, along with Pluto and Mickey… with Mickey being clad in his finest farm outfit. There is ample time to spend with the characters as they make their way around the restaurant as this is one of the locations that seems to offer a more private experience. You can only see a few tables in each direction at any given time so the noise levels are fairly minimal (for a character breakfast).