Les Chefs de France

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  1. disneyaholic86

    disneyaholic86 Earning My Ears

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    I was wondering if anyone knows if Les Chefs de France still does the price fix lunch at $20 per person? Is it the same menu currently posted on allears.net. Thanks for the help.
     
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  3. dawnbu40

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    We were there earlier this month and yes they still offered that.
     
  4. TaraPA

    TaraPA Can't live without a ticker!!!!

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    Yes, they do, and it's fabulous! Well worth the $20. My friend & I each got different items & then we split it - so we had a taste of several different items, all were wonderful.
     
  5. jess20k

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    Yes, we were there for lunch on March 14th. We love the lunch! The menu for the prix fixe was the same as it is listed on all ears. I got the french onion soup, the quiche lorraine, and the creme brulee. Everything was wonderful!
     
  6. robert@dvcstore

    robert@dvcstore Old Key West member since 1994 Approved Advertiser

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    I agree with the other posters. The prix fixe at Chef's de France is a great value and very enjoyable. Good food and good atmosphere. Enjoy the french onion soup! :love:

    Robert
     
  7. camtheriot

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    I wanted to ask the same question!! Thanks OP!!

    One more question though, does anyone know how long this will last?? We will be there May 14 and we are booked for lunch.


    Thanks :goodvibes
     
  8. Belle & Ariel

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    It was there last year, so maybe it is permanent.
     
  9. Kurby

    Kurby All the adversity I've had in my life, all my trou

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    isn that the same restaurant as Bistro de Paris?
     
  10. divawife

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    Does anyone have a photo of the ham & cheese sandwhich? It always sounds like a grilled ham and cheese to me but everyone says it is great. What is different about it and what does it look like?
    Thanks!
     
  11. DisneyFirstTimer10

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    Is there still a prix fix menu for dinner too?
     
  12. catne

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    no, it's not. Les Chefs is a cafe downstairs with a down-home type menu (French down-home, of course)... Les Chefs takes the dining plan, and is relatively lower prices (by Disney standards, lol.)

    Bistro is very upscale, it is upstairs and does not take the dining plan. Prices are substantially higher & menu is much more French gourmet choices.
     
  13. Kurby

    Kurby All the adversity I've had in my life, all my trou

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    oh nuts - no wonder they didn't have french onion soup

    i've made reservations for the wrong restaurand
     
  14. catne

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    Bummer! Les Chefs french onion soup is SOOOOO good!
     
  15. disneyaholic86

    disneyaholic86 Earning My Ears

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    Thanks for all the help guys and gals. I will making a reservation for lunch without a doubt now.
     
  16. Kurby

    Kurby All the adversity I've had in my life, all my trou

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    clickdeclick barba trick - i made reservations for Chef - i'll call tomorrow and cancell our Bistro reservation

    glad i saw this thread
     
  17. lpizzuro123

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    I do have a photo but it is not in my photobucket account yet. Basically, yes, it is a grilled cheese sandwich. I will say that it was very good though. We were down there in February and did the price fixe lunch - I had the onion soup, grilled cheese and the creme brule (which was huge and the best). My DH had the lobster bisque, mac and cheese and the Profiteroles au chocolat. Everything was wonderful and we shared all (although I had a hard time sharing the creme brule - it was so good).

    If I get a picture posted on photobucket I will post it.

    Linda
     
  18. pickles

    pickles <font color=red>Just call me Capt. Barbossa-someon

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    I assume its a TS credit restaurant?
     
  19. SGMCO

    SGMCO Vintage Style is Sweet--Rumbleseat Fashions

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    Yes, Chefs is a 1 TS credit DP restaurant.
     
  20. TaraPA

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    Here is the absolutely divine grilled ham & cheese sandwich with mixed greens:

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    and the baked mac & cheese (VERY rich):

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    the lobster bisque & sour dough bread (to die for):

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    the cream puffs (can't remember the french name at the moment - also to die for):

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    the chocolate cousee cake (very rich):

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    This was one lunch we still talk about & already have planned for our October trip!
     
  21. SRUAlmn

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    Ok, I'm resurrecting this thread to say S-O-L-D! Thanks for the pictures!! My DH and I were just researching the prix fixe menu for lunch and thought it sounded really good! Now that I see it.....YUM!!! Guess we're booking! Anyone know what time they 'cut off' lunch and switch over to dinner?
     

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