Disney hires world class chefs to make everything on premise at the Parks and we had to get our boulangerie and patisserie fix. After fairly recently exploring Paris and hoarding all the brie, cheese and pastries possible, we were missing them.
The combined boulangerie and patisserie had rustic and homey decor with a french press, kettlse, wooden bowls and weaved baskets.
The quiches, tartines, croissants and cheese were waiting to be toasted and heated up.
Although we did not partake in the chunks in cheeses, the cheese plate is one of the best deals in the park. We highly suggest purchasing the plate with a french baguette as a snack later in the day while touring another country at Epcot.
We came away with a goodie box of an eclair, creme brulee, cheesecake and lemon meringue tart. The creme brulee custard was really creamy, but the caramel topping was not bruleed and crisp, it was more like a flan with a caramel sauce on top. The cheesecake was nice and fluffy, really top notch. What was really special was the lemon meringue. The meringue topping was nicely torched and the tangy lemon curd was light.The chocolate eclair was chocolate filled, a first, nicely filled, more custardy than a whipped custard cream. Not the best ever had, but still very tasty.