Chefs de France in Epcot is some of the richest food we’ve ever eaten. Get your cholesterol checked before you sit down to eat here!
The atmosphere is very French, as would be expected. The tables are very close together. We were able to hear everything that the family next to us was saying, which was a little annoying at times.
We visited for lunch and chose the Prix Fixe 3 Course Menu. Our server had a french accent which appeared to be genuine.
For our appetizers we had French Onion Soup and Lobster Bisque. Both were very good and very rich. The Lobster Bisque was exceptionally creamy. The French Onion Soup was exactly as expected with a thick layer of cheese melted on top.
For our entrees we had Macaroni baked with cream and Gruyere cheese (macaroni and cheese) and Croque Monsieur, which is a ham and cheese sandwich. Again, both were very rich. The macaroni was creamy and a little soupy. The richness made it very difficult to finish. The Croque Monsieur was not what I expected. The sandwich was dripping with cheese and grilled in butter. There was a lot of cheese and very little ham. Again, the richness of all of the cheese made this very difficult to finish.
For dessert we had the Creme Brulee and an assortment of sorbets. The Creme Brulee was exactly as expected, creamy with a hard carmelized sugar shell on top. The sorbets included coconut and watermelon, both of which were fine. Apparently the sorbet selection changes daily.
As we were eating, Chef Remy from Ratatouille made an appearance at a table nearby. A waiter brings out a cart with a covered dish on it. When he lifts the lid, Chef Remy appears and entertained the children at the table.
Upon leaving, we both felt a little ill as we’re not used to eating such rich food. It took an hour or so until we felt normal again.
Overall, the food was very good and I would recommend Chefs de France for lunch.