Restaurant reviews: Les Chefs de France and Bistro de Paris
The last two finalists for this year's title of Best Theme Park Restaurant reside in the same building at Epcot's France pavilion.
Last year's winner, Les Chefs de France, and its upstairs sibling, Bistro de Paris, are worthy rivals, and choosing between the two should be the only choice voters should have to grapple with. Here is my review of the two.
You can submit your own ratings and reviews of these restaurants on the Bistro de Paris and Les Chefs de France listing pages. The winner of the award will be the table service, in-park restaurant with the highest average reader rating.
The hamburger at lunch is actually pretty good! I know that sounds dumb, but it comes with bernaise sauce!
i anything going to replace Bistro de Paris?
In the last two summers, I have visited both Les Chefs de France and Bistro de Paris. I agree with Scott that Chefs is currently my favorite in-park restaurant. I ordered the same choices he did (escargots and salmon) and both were prepared near-perfectly. Our server was quick, attentive, friendly, and absolutely gorgeous, to boot. She laughed at our attempts to speak French (French-Canadian is quite a bit, how shall I say, "dirtier" than pure French) and made the experience very enjoyable. I agree that the setting is beautiful, though I, too, find the theme park attire and scattered strollers (not to mention the screaming children) irritating. Still, it is a theme park restaurant, so you can't expect luxury.
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