As you can imagine, dining in France means some wonderful food, romantic atmosphere and in some ways, luxury, and you can find all of those at the restaurants here.  Also there are options for a faster meal as well, but all quite good!

Table Service:

Bistro de Paris – This is Epcot’s only restaurant that has a dress code, and there is a reason for it.  A critically acclaimed restaurant, and created by some of France’s top chefs.  The food is amazing, the service  is top notch and this is one of the most romantic places in Walt Disney World.  Menu offerings of Lobster risotto, scallops, tenderloin, duck, venison, and lamb are all available or you can choose one of the three course options that includes an appetizer, entrée and dessert.  The Three course menu will cost you $54 without a wine and $89 with a wine.  This location does NOT accept the Disney Dining Plan.  For a full menu, please click HERE.

Les Chefs de France – Located downstairs right off the main path, this table service location is quite popular and offers great French cuisine.  A French onion soup, various breads and cheeses and other items highlight the appetizers, while roasted duck, salmon and grilled tenderloin are some of the featured entrees.  Don’t pass on the Crème Brulee for dessert either!  This restaurant does accept the Disney Dining Plan and will cost one Table Service Credit.  Menus:  LUNCH or DINNER

*Menu's courtesy of Deb Wills from AllEars.net*

Counter Service:

Boulangerie Patisserie – A bakery behind the building with the Impressions de France film.  Various baked goods can be found here such as tarts, croissants, turnovers, quiche’s and a cheese plate.  This location does accept the Disney Dining Plan and will cost one Counter Service OR Snack Credit depending on what you order. 

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