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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 crème brûlée.

Entree range

Lunch $15–$30 (child $8–$10), dinner $19–$36 (child $8–$10)


This is a restaurant created by three of France’s best chefs. Jérôme Bocuse, son of Paul Bocuse, runs the restaurant with executive chef Bruno Vrignon, who trained in Lyon with the elder Bocuse.

Setting and Atmosphere

Overheard outside this restaurant’s very Parisian windows: “It’s just like Julia Child!” Except it’s not—it’s like stepping into a busy bistro, and with young French students in the States for the Disney College Program making up much of the waitstaff, the sound of français feels oh so Continental. The smells are delicious, with baguettes from the on-site bakery on every table. White tablecloths and padded banquettes accentuate the classic bistro decor of the main dining room, where window tables make for fun people-watching on the World Showcase Promenade.

House Specialties

Dishes inspired by the three great French chefs for whom the restaurant is named: Paul Bocuse, the late Gaston Lenôtre, and Roger Vergé. At lunch, try the prix fixe bowl of onion soup topped with Gruyère and a croque monsieur for the classic French experience; at dinner, duck breast with cherries, or grilled tenderloin of beef.

Other Recommendations

Baked goat cheese salad; short ribs braised in Cabernet; crème brûlée.

Related blogs:
Dining Review: Chefs de France



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Type Discount Valid Weekdays Valid Meals
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