The newly opened “Monsieur Paul Restaurant” — a fitting tribute to Chef Paul Bocuse — replaces Epcot’s Bistro de Paris in Epcot’s France Pavilion.
One of Disney’s most critically acclaimed restaurants, Bistro de Paris was the brainchild of three of France’s most decorated chefs: Paul Bocuse, Roger Verge, and the late Gaston Lenotre; and Monsieur Paul follows in its footsteps with a high-end, French-inspired menu.
The view is beautiful, the food is delectable, and the service is excellent.
Type of Food: French
Disney Dining Plan: Yes
Tables in Wonderland: To Be Determined
Official Disney Menu
The finest French cuisine is on the menu here; give yourself the option to splurge. Choose from an a la carte menu of appetizers and entrees. A prix fix tasting menu is also available in 4-courses. Wine pairings are available.
Reviews of Bistro de Paris:
Because this restaurant is so new, we’ll share a few of our reviews of the previous Bistro de Paris. Many of the menu items have returned on the Monsieur Paul Menu.
Guest Review: Bistro de Paris in Epcot’s France
Disney Food Blog Review: Epcot Food and Wine Festival Party for the Senses Review
Disney Food Blog Review: Epcot’s Bistro de Paris Review
Guest Review: Epcot Food & Wine Festival French Regional Lunch
Guest Review: Vegetarian Meal at Monsieur Paul’s in Epcot’s France Pavilion
Disney Food Blog Review: Monsieur Paul in Epcot’s France Pavilion
- This is one of the quieter Disney World restaurants; while kids are welcome here, they might be a bit bored by the food and atmosphere.
- If you can snag a window seat, get ready for a fireworks view at 9pm each night.
Famous Dishes: French favorites like filet mignon, escargot, duck breast, la barre au chocolat
Disney Food Blog Posts Mentioning Bistro de Paris
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