Monsieur Paul – fine French cuisine at Epcot

What was once called “Bistro de Paris” is now known as Monsieur Paul, an elegant but welcoming restaurant in Epcot’s France Pavilion. Located above Les Chefs de France, it has a quieter, more intimate vibe. Perfect for a date night!

Even the staircase is elegant.

Even the staircase is elegant.

monsieur paul table

The elegance continues upstairs.

We started with the raviole d’escargots with a parsley cream sauce. So good!

Raviole d'escargots

Raviole d’escargots

For our entrees, my husband had the scallops, while I had the duck. Both were melt-in-your-mouth delicious!

The delectable duck.

The delectable duck

While enjoying our meal, we were able to catch glimpses of IllumiNations through the windows across the room. If you’ve never seen this fireworks show, it’s definitely one to check out.

Of course, we couldn’t leave without dessert. Since we were both getting rather full (the portions were much bigger than we expected), we opted for the relatively light meringue with vanilla ice cream, raspberry sorbet, and Chantilly cream. Magnifique!

monsieur paul dessert

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About HFBrainerd

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6 Responses to Monsieur Paul – fine French cuisine at Epcot

  1. lizzielaws says:

    I had almost your exact meal! 🙂 My husband and I ate there on our honeymoon in May and it was excellent! Those scallops! Delicious! 🙂

  2. Heather, what a lovely dinner and as you said, perfect for a date night!

  3. Lisa Green says:

    I stopped in France last month for some ice cream, saw (and phtographed) the sign for M. Paul’s because I was SO curious about it – thanks for letting me know what to expect! So glad it was a good experience!!!

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