Monsieur Paul, formerly known as the Bistro de Paris in the France pavilion, is a stunning restaurant on Disney property. Classic, elegant French dishes grace the menu of Monsieur Paul, which is located upstairs from Chefs de France. If you are looking for a special, romantic dinner spot-with stunning views of World Showcase-look no further.
When dining at Monsieur Paul, you should know that there is a dress code. It might be a good idea to change out of your park touring clothes, and into something a bit dressier for a meal here. Men are encouraged to wear a sport jacket, but it’s not required. Disney does have some very elegant restaurants, and this one might be better suited for an adult only dinner, or a dinner with older children.
Monsieur Paul is part of the Disney Dining Plan. However, it takes TWO table service credits per member of your party who want to dine here. On the menu, you will find souffles, lamb dishes, truffles, as well as rib-eye and duck. To see their full menu, go HERE. Reservations are highly recommended, and can be made 180 days prior to traveling.
Overall, we give Monsieur Paul an “A”.