It's "B" grade theming, like what we used to see from the pre-Potter Universal, and not the more immersive "A"-grade theming that we've grown accustomed to seeing from Disney. That carries to the presentation of the food, as well. (paper plates, plastic wraps, etc.) Disney World just doesn't see to be as well themed and presented in such things these days as Disneyland.
Anyone have thoughts on that?
I love the fact Les Halles is open early, before the rest of the World Showcase wakes up, so one can get a croissant and cup of coffee in the early morning and watch the day unfold from the bridge area next to France. It's a beautiful way to start the day!