Chefs de France Question

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Epcotgal8, Apr 28, 2004.

  1. Epcotgal8

    Epcotgal8 DIS Veteran

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    I know this is a silly question but here goes. Are the tables that are near the windows in Chefs tables for 2, or 4, or more, or a mix? Just curious because I have always wanted to try it and on our next trip sometimes our party will be 6 people so would we be put in the middle somewhere? I really like the idea of sitting by the window feeling like I'm in Paris so perhaps I should save this meal for when dh and I are dining alone? Any thoughts?
     
  2. Ralph&Pam

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    DW and I were there in mid-March. We sat at a table for 4 adjacent to the windows. There was a large party (perhaps 12) at three tables that had been pushed together across the aisle from us. When they finished, the servers turned the tabbles around and set them up as three separate tables for 4. I didn't notice if there were larger tables in a different part of the restaurant. Assuming they would seat a party of 6 at a combination of two of these tables, perhaps rotating them 90 degrees to maintian the aisle. You could certainly ask when you check in for your PS.

    Ralph
     
  3. vicb

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    DH and I sat alone at a table for 2 right on the windows. It was a rainy night and kind of romantic sitting there, well as romantic as you can feel when it has been pouring all day and your plans were blown out of the water!:rolleyes: We were lucky to beable to deposit our kids at the Sandcastle Club and get a PS at Les Chefs. It was a wonderful meal. They first lead us to a table inside the main restaurant but we asked to be moved to the glass porch.
     

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