Hello to beautiful, sunny Orlando! Today we’re having lunch with Jody and his family, at Epcot. We’re looking forward to eating at the Chefs de France, which is one of my favorite places in Disney World.
Spaceship Earth (aka the big golf ball) is such a classic ride. I love it!
On the way to the France.
River view of Chefs de France, close to the France Pavilion.
It was so hot so got some ice cream from L’Artisan des Glaces.
Here we come, Chefs de France!
The Chefs de France offers a prix fixe menu with a three course meal where you get to choose an appetizer, an entree, and dessert for a set price of $39.99 (plus tax). Be sure to check the latest menu as prices may change.
For the first course, I got the Salade Aux Lardons Et Croutons. The size and portion is a great value.
The Bisque De Homard (Lobster Bisque).
The Boeuf Bourguignon Linguine is my number one choice. The beef is so flavorful and really well seasoned.
The Filet de Saumon Marine Au Vin Blanc Et Citron.
The dessert I chose was the Assiette de Sorbets du Jour (a daily assortment of fresh sorbets du Jour or seasonal sorbets). It’s perfect for the summer and is a really good size.
The Meringue aux fruits rouges – Meringue Basket with fresh Berries, Vanilla Cream, Raspberry Sauce, and Strawberry Sorbet.
The Gateau au Chocolat – Chocolate Layer Cake with Chocolate Mousse, Chocolate Sauce, and Mint Chocolate Ice Cream. I thought they did a nice job with the presentation of each dessert.
The Vanilla Crème Brûlée with fresh cream, berries, and custard.
Everyone ordered a different dessert.
Until next time, Chefs de France!
Edited by Larnna Thompson