Dine in True Parisian Elegance at Monsieur Paul
Enjoy an evening of decadent French cuisine, beautiful views of the World Showcase, and a relaxed but elegant atmosphere at the recently renovated Monsieur Paul. Located on the second floor above Chefs de France, this signature restaurant was previously known as Bistro de Paris. It was renamed for Chef Paul Bocuse who was one of the three chefs who helped open Bistro de Paris and brought Chefs de France to Epcot in 1982.
This restaurant could easily be overshadowed by the large and crowded Chefs de France, but if you look closely, you will see the small set of double doors hidden towards the back of the pavilion. Once inside, you are led up a winding staircase that leads you to your destination. (Don’t worry, there is also an elevator to take you to the upstairs restaurant!)
The menu here is French cuisine made with local ingredients. The menu creates an authentic feel with the item names listed in French with the English description underneath. Selections include: escargot ravioli, roasted duck, and the traditional French soufflé. A three-course price fixe menu is also available for $89 per person that includes an appetizer, entrée, and dessert from a limited menu.
This restaurant is perfect for a romantic evening thanks to its intimate setting and delicious menu. Keep in mind that a dress code is required while dining inside Monsieur Paul. Tank tops, hats, swimwear, and torn clothing are not permitted. Due to the intimate size of the restaurant as well as its popularity, reservations are recommended and can be made 180 days in advance. This restaurant uses 2 credits on the Disney Dining Plan.