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Today I’m sharing details on food at Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie. Curious about this popular French pastry restaurant at the France Pavilion at EPCOT? Get dining tips and my review. And see photos of the menu from Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie in Walt Disney World Orlando.
What to know before you go to Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie
- Check out Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie photos at Disney World
- Get tips on what to order..
- You do not need reservations for Les Halles, just expect to wait in line. It will be crowded.
- Les Halles is located in Disney’s Epcot park in the France Pavilion.
- Plus, see a video of the Les Halles menu, too.
Here I am enjoying the eggs, cheese and bacon croissant in the France Pavilion…
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My opinion of Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie…
- Simply put, if you’re arriving at Epcot in the morning, definitely stop by Les Halles for a breakfast snack!
- It’s open from 9am - 9pm, so you can get something delicious at any time of day.
- Visiting Les Halles is the next best thing to visiting France itself (no flight needed!). The smell of freshly baked pastries is perfuming the restaurant.
- The staff behind the counter was fantastic as well. They operate like a machine and they were more than happy to walk me through some of the menu items.
- If you’re in the France pavilion of Epcot, this is a must visit quick-service restaurant.
Where is Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie located at Disney World?
You’ll find Les Halles in Epcot park. Specifically it’s located in the France pavilion.
If you take the Disney Skyliner to Epcot, it will drop you off right outside of the France pavilion. It’s a lot faster to enter Epcot via the skyliner entrance vs the main front entrance.
Other things near it include Remy's Ratatouille Adventure and Les Vins des Chefs de France if you are looking to explore some vintage French wines.
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Getting to Les Halles in the France Pavilion
How can you get there?
One of my favorite ways to eat at Les Halles restaurant early in the day for breakfast is to take the Disney Skyliner to Epcot.
It drops you right off at the France entrance, which makes it easy to beat the crowds and get in line for some breakfast pastries…
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Menu photos from Les Halles in Epcot’s France
Check out some Les Halles menu pictures.
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Type of food
The type of food is French cuisine.
Think, lots of things with butter, bacon, cheese…
Go for breakfast, lunch, or a late afternoon snack…
You can find things like quiche, a decadent chocolate croissant (hello chocolate mousse), and even lobster bisque (bisque de homard)… plus some frozen cocktails and more.
Baguette sandwiches and croque monsieur
If you have difficulties deciding between savory and sweet flavors for dessert…
Well, this France Pavilion located restaurant isn’t going to be easy for you…
Savory ham and cheese croissants
This is the croissant jamon de formage — and it is spectacular!
They’ll heat it up for you right there on the spot.
To-go macarons collection
These gigantic macarons from Disney are so good…
But don’t forget to take some of these mini samplers to go…
It’s basically French for PIZZA…
I love homemade pizza and miss it when traveling, so whether it’s really French or Italian, I don’t care – I’ll take it!
While you can’t go wrong with anything at Les Halles, here are some favorites to checkout. Poulet Au Pistou Chicken (chicken with cheese, tomato, red onion and pesto), Croissant Jambon Fromage, Duo Au Chocolat (dark and white chocolate), Parfait Aux Fruits, and Ham and Cheese Sandwich (Toasted Ham and Cheese).
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Disney dining tips from Jenna Loves Magic
Remember: for any sit-down dinner or character meal, I recommend to definitely book 60 days out, or whenever your Disney dining dates open.
If you’re staying on site, you can book dining reservations earlier as a perk.
Don’t have reservations? Check regularly during your trip, on the app, or walk up to the restaurant early in the day and request a day-of reservation. Disney reservations are often dropped day-of since sometimes people “hoard them”.
I once was a walk-up and was told there would be a 90 minute wait for a table at Steakhouse 71.
Not a problem, since it’s an interesting hotel to walk around and they have an arcade.
Anyways, within 5 minutes my reservation was ready because someone canceled. So you never know.
Also see my other favorites on this list of the best places to eat at Disney World. (coming soon)
Enjoy your time devouring some tasty French pastries & treats 🙂
Hope that answers all your questions about Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie.
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