Poire Crêpe at La Crêperie de Paris in EPCOT

La Crêperie de Paris Might Be Too Much of a Good Thing

Riding Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure always makes me hungry. I don’t know how they do it, but the piped-in bread aromas do it to me every time. Luckily, EPCOT’s France pavilion has many options to deal with that hunger. On a recent visit, we chose to eat crêpes at La Crêperie de Paris.

Facade of Remy's Ratatouille Adventure at EPCOT

La Crêperie is a table-service restaurant located near Remy’s queue. While you can make reservations in your MDE app, I’ve rarely seen the need for one. Walk-up tables are nearly always available. If you’d rather eat on the go, you can order similar food from Crêpes À Emporter next door. Everything is made to order, albeit on a smaller (and less pricey) scale.

We didn’t have a La Crêperie reservation but were seated immediately. The dining room is somewhat small, so the tables are close together. I’m sure our neighbors were tired of hearing my stories by the time we left.

Paper menus serve as placemats. I love this feature. I’m not a fan of touching well-used menus. It was nice to simply look down at the table to choose my food.

I went in with the intention of ordering a galette (buckwheat crêpe). However, the server talked all of us into getting the prix fixe meal ($39.95 for adults, $16.95 for children):

  • Choice of soup of the day or house salad
  • Choice of galette
  • Choice of dessert crêpe
  • Choice of hard cider, soda, or juice

Yeah! Let’s go for it! They’re only crêpes! I can eat a dozen of those things.

Yeah, right.

Potato Leek Soup

Delicious. I love a good potato soup, and this was one of the best I’ve enjoyed. Rich and creamy. But in hindsight, I should’ve ordered the salad.

Potato Leek Soup at La Crêperie de Paris in EPCOT

Galette de Poulet

This was absolutely delicious. And it did me in. This crêpe comes with chicken, mushrooms, and a bechamel cheese sauce. The bechamel was incredibly rich and creamy, and I could not keep up with it. My mouth is watering thinking about it, however.

My wife ordered the Classique (ham, egg, and Swiss cheese). It was delicious and not nearly as rich. I could’ve finished that one no problem.

Poulet Galette at La Crêperie de Paris in EPCOT

Crêpe au Poire

As usual, dessert was my favorite course. Pear was the ideal chaser for my decadent entree. Unfortunately, I couldn’t finish it, either. But look at it! It’s a work of art. Is there anything better than chocolate ganache?

Poire Crêpe at La Crêperie de Paris in EPCOT

What’s the verdict? La Crêperie de Paris has delicious food that should be enjoyed in moderation. When we go back, my wife and I will share an entree and dessert, probably skipping the soup altogether. Or we’ll order a smaller crêpe at the window next door.

Now I want a crêpe for dinner.