France's signature restaurant to be renamed
France Pavilion restaurant owner Jerome Bocuse tells us about the upcoming changes.
VERY sad - BDP is now serving cheap, stringy meat. The chefs are clearly TRYING to deal with this, but combined with a lack of Dress Code enforcement, the experience is now one of Drunks in cuttoffs combined with poor, overly priced food.
STRONG suggestion - take the boat, go to Shula's at the Dolphin. EPCOT no longer has any real Signiture Restaurants on property.
Food and service were outstanding.
Next trip I'm planning on watching Illuminations from here if possible.
My wife and I are passholders - we go to WDW about every 6 months, and tend to favor Signiture Restaurants.
Bistro de Paris is the only Signiture Restaurant in EPCOT. The big brother of Chef's de France, it does not disappoint. It's ambiance is perfect... smaller, quieter - EXCELLENT food and service. Not the place for a two year old throwing a Tantrum :)
We're booked for April 2010 - and we are going back :)
Located in the France Pavilion at Epcot, Bistro de Paris showcases upscale French cuisine in an intimate setting. The restaurant is a signature table service dining experience, and is located on the second floor of the pavilion, with views out into the World Showcase.
The restaurant closed 1 July 2012 and reopened on December 11 2012 as Monsieur Paul.