Les Chefs de France dishes inspired by three of France's greatest chefs, for whom this restaurant is named: Paul Bocuse, the late Gaston LeNotre, and Roger Verge. You may sample sauteed scallops, mahimahi, and black tiger shrimp with Mediterranean herb coulis, grilled tomato, and black pearl rice; grilled beef tenderloin with a black-pepper sauce; or a silky crÃ¨me brÃ»lÃ©e.
Lunch $13-$24 (child $7-$8), dinner $19-$40 (child $7-$8)
Here's your chance to eat in a restaurant created by three of France's best chefs. Jerome Bocuse, the son of Paul Bocuse, runs the restaurant, and his father still visits from time to time. Executive Chef Bruno Vrignon, who trained in Lyon with Bocuse, heads up the kitchen team, and the French servers make it an immersion experience. If you're on a budget, go at lunch: many dinner entrees are available midday at reduced prices. The best deal is the three-course lunch ($24) that starts with French onion soup with Gruyere or lobster bisque and continues with the classic croque monsieur (toasted ham-and-cheese sandwich), quiche, or baked macaroni with Gruyere, followed by followed by creme brulee or profiteroles for dessert.
Setting and Atmosphere
This busy, bustling dining room is usually packed and infused with the aroma of buttery croissants - as much a part of the atmosphere here as the carefully placed copies of Le Monde and the huge mottled mirrors. White tablecloths and padded banquettes accentuate the classic bistro decor of the main dining room. Another room sits off to the side, this one a more casual sunroom with a better view of what's going on outside. An animatronic version of Remy, the rodent star of Disney/Pixar's Ratatouille, visits a few times each day, stopping at tables for brief visits. (He stands just 6 inches tall and fits on a cheese tray.)
Les Chefs de France dishes are inspired by three of France's greatest chefs, for whom this restaurant is named: Paul Bocuse, the late Gaston LeNotre, and Roger Verge. You may sample sauteed scallops, mahimahi, and black tiger shrimp with Mediterranean herb coulis, grilled tomato, and black pearl rice; grilled beef tenderloin with a black-pepper sauce; or a silky creme brulee.
Onion soup topped with Gruyere, chicken crepes (lunch only); tomato-and-goat-cheese tart.
Dining Review: Les Chefs de France
- Prix Fixe Lunch Menu
- Lunch Menu
- Dinner Menu
- Prix Fixe Dinner Menu
- Kids' Menu-Lunch/Dinner
- Wine List (Lunch and Dinner)
Requires Credit Card to Reserve:
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No
|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
|Tables in Wonderland||20%||All||All|
|DVC Member||10%||Excludes holidays and New Year's Eve||Excludes alcohol|
Disney Dining Plan
Requires 1 credit
|When to go||Anytime|
|Lunch Hours||Daily, noon-3 p.m.|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 5-9 p.m.|