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Disney’s EPCOT Chefs de France Dining Review

Disney’s EPCOT Chefs de France Dining Review

Looking to enjoy a meal at a tiny France cafe while spending your day in Epcot at Walt Disney World? Well, then Chefs de France is the spot for you! Let’s take a look at our full Chefs de France review.

Chefs de France Quick Breakdown

  • Service: Table Service
  • Type of Food: French
  • Price: $$$
  • Location: France, Epcot
  • Disney Dining Plan: Yes, 1 Quick Service Credit
  • Discounts: Tables in Wonderland (Lunch Only), Annual Passholder, DVC
  • Good For: Romantic Meal
  • Menu: Official Disney Menu


A Tour Around Chefs de France

A look at Chefs de France at Epcot in Walt Disney World.

The inside of the restaurant is nice and bright and airy. What I love the most about this restaurant is the giant floor to ceiling glass windows that let you look out onto the happenings inside of Epcot. We were seated right next to the window and got a perfect view of the performers outside the window.

Table Settings Chefs de France

The place setting and menu match super cute touch.

Chefs de France Menu

Here is a look at the lunch menu we got when we dined here.

Dessert Menu Chefs France

This is a look at the Chefs de France dessert menu.

Dishes from Chefs de France

Here is a look at the dishes we tried from our dinner at Chefs de France!

French Onion Soup

French onion soup is my favorite so even though it was a cool day in the 90s I had to get it! I enjoyed the soup here though it was piping hot and a little hard to finish given how hot the day was. That was my fault though for being that person.

Chicken Chefs de France

The sauce made this dish! The chicken was a lot of meat and the sauce gave everything lots of flavor. I thought the mashed potatoes were a little bland but the sauce to fix everything with this dish.

Filet Chefs de France

My husband went for the filet for research purposes. It was to compare to our previous experience dining upstairs in France at Monsieur Paul. If you read the review you may remember all four of us decided to go with the filet there and were pretty happy. The filet was good here not quite up to the level of the same dish served upstairs.

Vanilla Crème Brûlée

We finished the meal off by splitting the vanilla Crème Brûlée. This is my husband’s favorite dessert and he thought they did a good job here. There was a surprisingly good portion of custard under that crispy top.

Chefs de France Review Recommendation

This beautiful little bistro is a great place to enjoy a meal at Epcot. I wish the food stood out a little more but it was just alright. Our dessert was very good but I don’t think any element of the rest of our meal has us rushing back to eat here again. I don’t love that they have pretty much stripped away all their discounts.

Have you eaten at Chefs de France before? Leave your Chefs de France dining review in the comment section below.