By Jennifer Stuart
Les Halles Boulangerie is a quick service or counter service restaurant located inside the France Pavilion at Epcot. It features French boulangerie style foods, as you might expect. Read on for our review and lots of pictures of specific food items.
Les Halles Boulangerie is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Many of the excellent pastries make for a great lighter breakfast and the lunch options are excellent.
We visited for lunch and had a selection of different sandwiches.
The Dinde BLT is a Turkey BLT. It is turkey, bacon, lettuce and tomato with garlic aioli (garlic mayo) on a baguette. Basically it is a turkey club on a baguette. Always a winning choice, the garlic aioli kicked it up a notch and as a baguette loving family we agreed this is good baguette. We even went back and got a plain baguette loaf to share with just some butter. Its good baguette.
The Croque Monsieur is a French classic and utterly delicious. It is an open faced toasted ham and cheese sandwich, bread then ham and then cheese all melted on top. It may not look like much but this has my daughter begging me to make a version at home. Just look at those toasty cheese edges!
The brie and apple sandwich was served on a whole grain baguette which made a nice flavour combination. The whole grain baguette was a softer bread than the traditional breads. This was my sandwich and I loved it, but I already knew that I loved this combination. I would say definitely try it if you know you love brie.
The pastries at Les Halles Boulangerie were all great with some exceptional stand outs. We would go out of our way to come here for the desserts alone.
The lemon merengue tart is a French classic and well done here. A nice tart lemon curd centre on a shortcrust base with a fluffy merengue top. Definitely a win for lemon lovers.
The Strawberry Tart is another french classic. It was lovely large strawberries on top of a tart filled with pastry cream.
This is the Raspberry Macaron. This was by far the best dessert in a group of already great desserts. The combination of raspberry and lime curd was terrific and the fresh raspberries were a lovely touch. This is big enough to share but chances are that you won't want to.
We are a family of creme brulée lovers so we had to try this one. It was great. Really solid vanilla flavour and a great crunchy brulée top. It is a large portion, you could definitely share this one. If you love creme brulėe, don't pass this one by.
We would highly recommend making a stop at Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie when you are in Epcot, whether that is for a full meal or just for an excellent pastry.
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Photos by Jennifer Stuart
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