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Bistro de Paris - Epcot
This Restaurant situated in Epcot is a lovely place to enjoy a special occasion or even just a leisurely well paced dinner without having to dress up. Friends who have also dined at Victoria and Alberts recommended it and they felt the food was as good at the Bistro as at V and A. The evening we went we arrived at 7. 15pm and left about 9. 30pm.
Reservations can be made in advance but only 30 days in advance unlike other Disney meals that you can make reservations 180 days in advance for. This can be quite useful as a lot of Disney visitors from the States don’t always arrange their holidays very far in advance and can miss out on being able to get reservations for the more popular Disney meals.
The staff were extremely attentive and I noticed them being extra attentive with a lady in a wheelchair and also making a gentleman on his own feel at ease. We were shown to a table looking out on the streets of France and the waters of the World Showcase.
As there were only three adults in our party we opted for the Menu Degustation. My Mother and I had the menu including the wine pairings whilst my Father who was driving stayed with mineral water. Our menu was $120 each whilst my Fathers was $75.
Our waiter was attentive and described all the courses and wines for us. Mother and I thought the pairings were great and the waiter gave me a list of them at the end of the meal.
For our first course Mom and I had smoked salmon dome with blue crab lemon grass vinaigrette and curry biscuit with a lovely wine accompanying it. Father opted for the saffron and mussel soup which he really enjoyed.
Next we all chose seared scallops skewer, braised green cabbage with bacon, tomato blinis together with a white wine for Mother and me. This was beautifully presented and not as filling as it sounds.
After this we had a sorbet but cannot remember the flavour.
My Father then had the grilled beef tenderloin with morels, potatoes and shallot confite
whist Mother and I had the chicken breast stuffed with porcinis mushrooms and proscuitto, macaroni with black truffle gratin, and baby onions accompanied by one of the best St. Emilion wines I have ever drunk.
This was all followed by assortment of cows and goats cheese, mixed salad and toasted bread. My Mother and I passed on these to make room for our dessert.
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Page added on: 8 July 2008
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