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Thread: Epcot's Bistro de Paris named best theme-park restaurant

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    Bistro de Paris, Epcot's high-end French cuisine restaurant, has been judged the best theme-park restaurant by readers of the Theme Park Insider website. It's the third consecutive win for the establishment, located "upstairs" at the park's France pavilion.

    Runners-up for this category of the Theme Park Insider Awards were Japanese steakhouse Teppan Edo at Epcot and Mythos at Universal's Islands of Adventure.












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    Doesn't surprise me even a little. It is easily my fave in a park.

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    While I agree the food was good, unfortunately they served me pine nuts after being informed of my nut allergy. We will never eat there again after that!


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    I was SOOOOOO unimpressed with it :/

    Food was "ok" but nothing to make me go back. Service was staffed by inexperienced kids who didn't seem to be particularly bothered one way or the other.

    I found it to be a real conundrum. It was pretending to be a quality restaurant in a theme park but falling terribly short.

    Perhaps it was a one off and we'll retry sometime.
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    We had a great experience there, but don't go often enough to truly judge it. As they can have one off, they can have one stellar experience too.

    It was a delicious meal, and our college aged server was very good. The women at the downstairs podium were a bit cold, but that was our only real complaint.

    We talk about going back, but never seem to get the time.

    I can't believe Mythos won.

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    We really must give it another try. I LOVE EPCOT and to have a nice restaurant there would be fantastic (le cellier having continued it's slippery slide to distinctly mediocre)

    Perhaps December....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 284426

    Perhaps December....
    Didn't you say that about your last trip :wink:












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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendy, post: 284430
    Didn't you say that about your last trip :wink:
    I so did it's just hard to convince myself to retry it given last time. I would love a nice EPCOT restaurant before the fireworks though hmmm
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    Afraid to say our one and only meal there was distinctly 'meh'. Fair enough it's in a theme park , but after the hype we expected a little more than we got if I'm honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 284426
    le cellier having continued it's slippery slide to distinctly mediocre
    Oh... now you're being generous.

    Tom (... sorry, but mediocrity doesn't begin to describe it anymore.)

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