Chefs de France, Epcot

The France Pavilion in World Showcase is always popular. It oozes Parisian charm through the architecture, music playing over loudspeakers, and smells wafting from Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie. The pavilion is currently going through an expansion which will include the attraction Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, and dining venue La Creperie de Paris. Both are set to open in time for Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary on October 1st.

Chefs de France is a casual, French-bistro with authentic dining and a relaxed atmosphere. Dining here was a first for Jillian and me and we enjoyed it immensely.

In addition to a regular menu, the restaurant offers a prix fixe meal which comes with choice of one Appetizer, one Entrée and one Dessert. You can also choose between a glass of either Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon, or a soft drink. We chose the prix fixe meal option. Both of us started with the salad and ended with the Crème Brûlée. For the entrée, Jillian chose the Filet de saumon mariné au vin blanc et citron, riz, sauce champagne, and I had the Boeuf Bourguignon. Everything was superb!

We were lucky enough to be sitting at a table near a wall of windows. We heard a small commotion outside right around sunset. It was a proposal – one of two we witnessed on this trip!

Things to Note

  • Advanced dining reservations are required. This is a service I provide to all of my clients.
  • As of the date of this post, the Disney Dining Plan is not reinstated. You may purchase a la carte, or take advantage of the prix fixe meal.

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Adulting at Disney / Chefs de France / Crystal Palace / Disney’s Pop Century Resort

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