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Pricing Released for Monsieur Paul's New Prix-Fixe Menu Ahead Of EPCOT Re-Opening

Monsieur Paul in EPCOT will re-open for dinner on Tuesday, October 18 after being closed for over two years, and Walt Disney World have revealed the cost of the new prix-fixe menu.

Monsieur Paul located within the French Pavilion at EPCOT is gourmet restaurant serving classic French cuisine, and the prix-fixe menu consists of a cocktail, appetizer, fish course, meat course, imported cheese plate, and dessert.

The cost will be $195 per adult (plus tax and gratuity).

The price includes all five courses plus champagne for those above 21 years old.

Children under 10 are not allowed to dine at Monsieur Paul, so there is no children menu or price.

Monsieur Paul in EPCOT

This is how Walt Disney World describe the new menu:

The new prix fixe menu offers a gastronomic meal, one in which people devote themselves to the art of “eating and drinking well.”

Very popular with the French and deeply familiar to them, the gastronomic meal has developed over centuries, constantly evolving, and has been passed down from generation to generation.

The meal entails rites which include the search for good seasonal and local products, references to a codified repertoire of recipes, culinary skills, the setting of a beautiful table, the succession of courses and the pairing of dishes with wine.

Monsieur Paul in EPCOT

Prix Fixe Menu Dégustation $195 per adult, plus tax and gratuity

Starter Cocktail Apéritif, amuse-bouche Glass of Champagne with a cheese puff gougère

Hors d'oeuvres (Appetizers-Choose One) Salade de homard du Maine, vinaigrette aux fruits de la Passion Maine Lobster salad with passion fruit vinaigrette Cassolette d’escargot à la cressonnière sur une émulsion de pomme de terre Escargot cassolette with watercress and potato emulsion Soupe de moules aux pistils de safran Saffron mussels soup

Fish Courses (Choose One) Bar en croute feuilletée, sauce Choron, grand mets de Monsieur Paul Sea bass in puff pastry, sauce Choron, Monsieur Paul style (served for two or more) Snapper en écailles de pommes de terre Snapper in potato scales, Thyme sauce Coquilles Saint Jacques au potimarron et sirop d’érable Seared scallops served with maple pumpkin velouté

Meat Courses (Choose One) Carré d’agneau rôtie en cocotte, choux vert frisé farci aux champignons des bois et châtaignes, jus court au thym frais

Rack of lamb roasted in a cocotte, curly green cabbage stuffed with mushrooms and chestnuts, fresh thyme juices Filet de bœuf rôti, fricassée de cèpes, pomme de terre mousseline, sauce Bordelaise Center cut beef tenderloins grilled, porcini fricassee, mashed potatoes mousseline, Bordelaise sauce Volaille Fermière en fricassée aux morilles, riz pilaf à la Matignon de légumes et truffes

Chicken fricassee with morels, rice pilaf with vegetables and black truffles

Cheese Imported cheeses plate

Desserts (Choose One) Sphère de chocolat au lait, glace au chocolat, sauce tiède au chocolat et cognac Chocolate almond cake, chocolate cream, hazelnut biscuit, chocolate ice cream, warm chocolate Cognac sauce Tarte aux pommes fine, crème d’amandes Thin apple art, almond cream Vacherin classique Meringue, vanilla ice cream, raspberry sorbet, vanilla Chantilly, raspberry coulis

Monsieur Paul in EPCOT

Chef Bocuse first opened Les Chefs de France at EPCOT in 1982—it was the first Bocuse-affiliated restaurant in America. His son, Jerome Bocuse, owns the company behind Monsieur Paul.

Named Best French Craftsman in 1961 and Chef of the Century in 2011 by the Culinary Institute of America, Chef Bocuse has achieved extraordinary culinary honors throughout his career.

He achieved 3 Michelin stars for 53 straight years at his famous Lyon restaurant, Auberge du Pont de Collonges.

And at Monsieur Paul, you can enjoy the classic culinary stylings of Chef Bocuse amid all the magic of EPCOT.

Monsieur Paul in EPCOT

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