First Taste: Monsieur Paul opens at Epcot's France Pavilion
Written by Scott Joseph
Monsieur Paul is the new restaurant that replaces the former Bistro de Paris at Epcot's France pavilion. It's a tribute to chef Paul Bocuse, and it features some of his signature dishes, such as the truffle soup that is served in Bocuse's restaurant near Lyon. The food is very good, but whether or not theme park visitors will embrace a restaurant with a soup that costs $29 a bowl remains to be seen.Tweet
Full review at scottjosephorlando.com.
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