The logo sign above La Crêperie de Paris, located in the France Pavilion at Epcot.
The menus at La Crêperie de Paris are also placemats. (For pricing references, this photo was taken in the autumn of 2023.)
La Crêperie de Paris has four hard ciders that are imported from France... a Brut, Demi Sec, Doux, and Rose. A hard cider flight is also available if you want to sample them all.
This is the Demi Sec hard apple cider from La Crêperie de Paris. One flute of hard apple cider is included with their Prix Fixe Menu option.
The soup at La Crêperie de Paris is plated in a cute little French bowl with a paper doily and a soup plate. Very classy.
This is one of the "soup of the day" selections. Actually, there's only one soup available on any given day, so it's more like the "take it or leave it soup today". Fortunately, it was really great. This is a chilled Cauliflower Soup with Olive Oil.
The chilled cauliflower soup with olive oil from La Crêperie de Paris is very much like a traditional French Vichyssoise — that uses cauliflower as the main ingredient instead of potatoes.
The Savoyarde Galette from La Crêperie de Paris includes Raclette Cheese, Caramelized Onions, Bacon, and imported Prosciutto Ham all wrapped in a buckwheat flour galette.
The prosciutto ham on top of La Crêperie de Paris' "Savoyarde" Galette seems a little out of place to me... maybe a little more Italian or Spain, than French. Something like Jambon Sec de Corse would be more authentic. I guess "prosciutto" is a word that is more widely known.
The Savoyarde Galette is one of six savory buckwheat galettes on the Crperie de Paris menu. All the galettes (are probably) gluten-free — because contrary to the name — buckwheat, contains no actual wheat.
You may not think that this is very much food when the plates are delivered, but a galette this size is very filling.
There's five dessert crepes on the La Creperie de Paris menu. Pictured here is the Banane Crepe. It features bananas in a caramel beurre salé all wrapped in a traditional (not buckwheat flour) crepe.
The Banane Crepe is one of the more filling selections on the dessert crepe menu. The caramel beurre salé is not extremely sweet, to the point where I wish there had been a couple pieces of pearl sugar on top to add sweetness and texture contrast.
The dessert crepes at la Crperie de Paris all make use of traditional flour in the crepe batter. Pictured here is the "Banane Crepe" that combines caramel beurre salé with bananas.
La Crêperie de Paris isn't as big as I thought it was going to be. The modern "sandwich shop" style dining area might seat 150-175 guests at most.
The ceiling seems low, but that might be an optical illusion caused by the decorative beams. The tables are moderately spaced. You probably won't back into someone when getting in or out of your chair, but the tables are close in "side by side" terms.
Here's a photo of the main dining area, as seen when standing near the kitchen pass-through window.
The tables in the center all have chairs, while the tables near the wall have chairs on one side and booth style seating on the other.
Each seat gets a fresh placemat with a menu printed on it.
At the back-end of the restaurant, the area make a little "L". In this area there's some full-booth seating (left), doors to the kitchen (center), and the on-stage kitchen pass-through window (back and right).
There are four full-booth tables at La Crêperie de Paris. The tables along the main dining area's wall, are half-booth and helf-chair style seating.
There are many framed pieces of art on the walls of La Crêperie de Paris. They are all mostly exterior architectural drawings and paintings.
These very large booths at the back of the restaurant could hold a party of six or even eight. They are quite spacious.
Well... it's not quite an "on-stage kitchen", but you can see a little bit of what's going on in there... depending on where you are sitting.
Once the crepes are finished and ready for the table, the kitchen staff places them on this pass-though for the servers to pick up. While it's not easy to see in this photo, the bottom two "shelves" have strip warmers attached to them — to help keep the crepes warm.
This is the entire La Crêperie de Paris building. The front entrance is right in the middle.
Located on the right hand side of the La Crêperie de Paris main entrance door, is "Crêpes À Emporter", a counter-service location that serves... crepes. So that mini line you see on the right side is not to get into the main sit-down restaurant, it's for the walk-up counter.