There are lots of sweet and savory treats you can find around World Showcase in EPCOT.
A fan-favorite spot has opened once again at the France Pavilion in EPCOT and we just had to stop by to see what changes have been made here.
Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie in the France Pavilion in EPCOT is a fan favorite, and a great choice for a delicious snack or even a full meal. The entry to Les Halles is through the gift shop at the back of the France Pavilion where Impressions de France and/or the Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along show lets out its guests.
To maintain guest safety, there are now social distancing markers in the gift shop leading all the way into the entrance area to Les Halles.
Once you get to the entrance of Les Halles, there are clear entrance and exit signs to control guest flow in and out of the location.
There were social distancing markers throughout the stanchions, clearly marking where guests should stand.
Digital menus hanging above listed those food items that were available, like the croissant jambon fromage and the quiche lorraine.
More digital menu boards continue to display more snack and dessert items like brioche chocolate, macarons, and creme brûlée as they did previously.
Finally, if you’re in the mood for some champagne or an espresso, more digital menu boards up above detailed the drink options available.
As always, the food items were safely located behind clear barriers, and you could ask the kind cast members to retrieve whatever items you desired. We’ll take one of everything please!
While there are certainly lots of sweets in this spot, there are also quite a few savory options, like the sandwiches pictured below.
The cast members were wearing masks for the safety of the guests and those around them, and were ready to help guests pick out the perfect French meal.
There was also plexiglass and hand sanitizer available near the registers.
When we stepped out into the seating area, we noticed these sanitization signs on the tables. As the signs indicate, the tables are sanitized for guest safety and protection. When you finish your meal and leave your table, you are asked to throw away the sanitization card so that cast members can clearly see which tables are in need of being sanitized before a new set of guests can sit there.
We thought this was a really nice touch and clearly showed their dedication to keeping the area sanitized for guest safety.
What is your favorite treat from Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie? Let us know in the comments!