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UPDATE: New name for Bistro de Paris will be “Monsieur Paul” — a fitting tribute to Chef Paul Bocuse!
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.
The view is beautiful, the food is delectable, and the service is excellent. This should be in the running for your “celebration” restaurant on your visit to Walt Disney World.
Type of Food: French
Disney Dining Plan: Yes
Tables in Wonderland: Yes
Bistro de Paris 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, including mussel soup, tuna tartar, rack of lamb, and filet mignon. A prix fix tasting menu is also available in 4-courses. Wine pairings are available.
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
- 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, chocolate souffle, and creme brulee.
Disney Food Blog Posts Mentioning Bistro de Paris
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