Monsieur Paul debuted at the close of 2012 in the France Pavilion space formerly held by Bistro de Paris at the park's World Showcase. Named for famed late chef Paul Bocuse, who opened Les Chefs de... Read More
Monsieur Paul debuted at the close of 2012 in the France Pavilion space formerly held by Bistro de Paris at the park's World Showcase. Named for famed late chef Paul Bocuse, who opened Les Chefs de France at EPCOT back in 1982 (this restaurant is right downstairs), his influence figures prominently in the menu, as do his honors and achievements in its decor. Upscale, though less formal than its predecessor, the menu focuses on French classical cuisine, featuring rich delights such as roasted duck breast and grilled beef tenderloin. Be sure to save room for La Sphère, a heavenly milk chocolate sphere of chocolate almond cake, praline and chocolate cream, with a light hazelnut biscuit, chocolate with candied oranges, ice cream, warm chocolate and Armagnac sauce to finish off your visit to Lyon via Disney.
- French: "Schedule your meal accordingly and you just might have a brilliant view of IllumiNations, EPCOT's nightly fireworks show, from your table on the second floor."
- Best for French Because: Elegant, but relaxed, you can bring the wee ones to Monsieur Paul, though it's one of the rulers of the Epcot roost for special-occasion dining.