Table Service Restaurant
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Located above Chefs de France, Monsieur Paul is named for legendary French chef Paul Bocuse, whose family operates both of the France pavilion’s table service restaurants. This is Disney World’s most expensive in-park restaurant, open only for dinner and with entree prices around $40-50 and a three-course fixed-price menu around $90. Selections include steak, chicken, fish, duck, and lamb. The restaurant’s signature dish might be its Soupe aux truffes VGE. Created by Paul Bocuse and named for former French President Valéry Giscard d’Estaing (the VGE in the title), the soup offers beef broth and finely diced oxtail, carrots, onions, and celery, with a larger dice of mushroom pate, flavored with generous slices of black winter truffle and crowned with puff pastry, for around $30 a la carte. For families suffering potential sticker shock, a children’s menu is available, with entrees around $13-16.
This was better when it was Bistro de Paris but still the best restaurant in the theme parks.
I my opinion, this is the best restaurant in any amusement park anywhere. The food is exceptional, as is the service. The atmosphere is formal, yet relaxed.