PHOTOS: First Look Inside La Crêperie de Paris in EPCOT

The France Pavilion at EPCOT will have more to offer in just a few weeks!

Come along with us for a peek inside the NEW France Pavilion expansion

On October 1st, the entirety of the France Pavilion expansion area will open for guests to experience both a brand new attraction AND a brand new restaurant! Earlier today, we brought you a first look inside Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and now we’re bringing you along for a peek at the NEW dining spot, La Crêperie de Paris!

La Crêperie de Paris is located near the new attraction in the expansion area and is set to serve up sweet and savory crepes at both a Table Service and Quick Service spot. The restaurant won’t open for another month, but we were able to stop by during a preview event to check it out!

Inside the Table Service restaurant, you’ll be led to a table in the new dining area that features rustic wood accents and French-inspired artwork.

Inside La Creperie de Paris

The menu itself was created by celebrity chef Jérôme Bocuse and draws inspiration from the Brittany region of France. And, because you’ve entered the authentic French atmosphere, you’ll find that the savory crêpes are actually called “galettes” and the sweet ones are referred to as “sweet dessert crêpes.”

La Creperie de Paris Menu

When it comes to what’s on the menu, those who are dining at the Table Service restaurant will be able to order from a selection of soups or a salad…

Soup and Salad Menu

savory galettes (that are made with buckwheat flour meaning that they are gluten-friendly)…

Galettes Menu

dessert crêpes, and hard cider, wine, soda, and juice.

Dessert Crepes

Plus, there’s even a small kids’ menu available as well.

Kids’ Menu

And, if you’re looking for a full meal, you can opt for the Prix Fix Menu for $33, which includes your choice of soup or a salad, one savory galette, one dessert crêpe, and a glass of hard cider, soda, or juice.

This is a great option for those looking to try a little bit of everything because it does save you a few bucks depending on what you order from the menu.

Prix Fix Menu

For our meal, we decided to try the Demi Sec (which is a French Hard Cider and costs $5.95 per glass) as our drink…

Demi Sec

…and the Salade Maison, which is made with Mixed Greens, Tomatoes, Onions, and Vinaigrette, as our soup/salad choice. It costs $6.75.

Salade Maison

As our main course, we ordered the Classique Galettes, which has Ham, Egg, and Swiss Cheese and costs $15.95

Classique Galettes

…and for dessert, we got the Gourmande Crepe for $8.95 (which has Hazelnut Chocolate Spread and Whipped Cream)…

Gourmande Crepe

…with Raspberry Ice Cream on the side for an extra $2.95.

Raspberry Ice Cream

Over at the Quick Service location, which is named Crepes a Emporter (or crepes to-go), you’ll find a more limited menu including three savory galettes, four sweet crêpes, soft-serve ice cream, and a variety of ciders and wines.

Crepes a Emporter

And, all you have to do is walk up to the window and place your order!

Ordering at Crepes a Emporter

Of course, we had to give it a try too so we ordered up the Red Berries Crepe for $7.50.

Red Berries Crepe

La Crêperie de Paris and Crepes a Emporter will officially open to all guests on October 1st along with the rest of the France Pavilion expansion area, so be sure to head on over to explore the next time you’re at EPCOT! And, stay tuned to AllEars for more of the latest Disney news and updates!

Click Here See More of the New France Pavilion in EPCOT

Join the Newsletter to stay on top of ALL the breaking Disney News! You'll also get access to AllEars tips, reviews, trivia, and MORE! Click here to Subscribe!

Click below to subscribe

Disclosure: We were invited by Walt Disney World to attend a media event at La Crêperie de Paris. This did not affect our reporting of the event — our opinions are our own.

Will you be trying La Crêperie de Paris when it opens? Let us know in the comments!

Trending Now

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

One Reply to “PHOTOS: First Look Inside La Crêperie de Paris in EPCOT”

  1. Crepes originated in the south of France a couple hundred years ago. At that time it was considered the “poor” area of France while the north was the rich class. The crepes were always made from Buckwheat flour (peasant food at that time) and did NOT contain eggs, so they were allergen free. The rich northerners could afford wheat, so the chefs there adapted the recipe to their rich clientle by adding eggs and dairy making them full of fat, gluten and calories.