Thursday, February 28, 2013

Boulangerie Patisserie Review with Tons of Pics!!

Boulangerie Patisserie
"The French Bakery" in Epcot

If you haven't been by the newly expanded Boulangerie Patisserie, then I highly suggest you add it to your itinerary for your next visit to Epcot. I've always loved stopping in at the old one, but it was very crowded and I always felt kind of rushed so I was thrilled to discover how spacious the new location is.

It is a bit hidden in the France pavilion, you'll need to walk all the way to the back to find it.

Once inside, you'll find the gift shop, walk a little further to the back of the store and you'll see the entrance to the bakery.

I forgot to take a pic of the seating area, but it's too the left of this pic shown above. There are quite a few small tables and it can get pretty crowded so if there is no seating available in here, then try the tables outside.

There are two lines with the exact same items on both sides. Here are some of the options:

And here are some close ups:

Dinde BLT - Turkey BLT (on left)
Jambon Beurre - Ham & Cheese Baguette (on right)

Plain Baguettes

Lyonmaise - Bacon & Egg Salad (on left)
Nicoise - Tuna Salad (on right)

Croissant Jambon Fromage - Ham & Cheese Croissant (on left)
Poulet au Pistou - Chicken & Pesto Sandwich (on right)

Poulet au Pistou - Chicken & Pesto Sandwich

Croissant Jambon Fromage - Ham & Cheese Croissant

Quiche Florentine - Spinach, Goat Cheese Quiche

Croque Monsieur - Toasted Ham & Cheese (on left)
Pissaladiere - Tomatoes, Olives & Gruyere Cheese Pizza (on right)

Fromages - Imported Cheese Plate

Frangipane - Almond Triangle

Mousse au Chocolat - Chocolate Mousse

Tarte aux Citron - Lemon Tart

Tarte aux Fraises - Strawberry Tart


Pain au Chocolat - Chocolate Croissant

Parfait aux Fruits - Yogurt Mousse with Berries

Framboise - Raspberry Mousse Cake

Chocolate Cream Eclair (on left)
Vanilla Cream Eclair (on right)

Creme Brulee - Caramelized Vanilla Custard

Tarte aux Pommes - Apple Tart

Chaussons aux Pommes - Apple Turnover

Brioche au Sucre - Sugared Brioche

Tarte au Chocolat - Chocolate Mousse Tart

Getting through the line was a breeze and the servers were helpful and friendly. You go through the line and the items are placed on a gold tray. You pay when you reach the end of the line and then go find a table.

Here is what we ended up with:

Hubby got the Chocolate Mousse (upper left). He said it was amazing!
The little bits on top are Rice Krispies.

My younger son got the huge chocolate chip cookie (lower right).
It had chunks of both milk and dark chocolate
and chocolate chips too.
Just look how much chocolate they pack into it!

My older son chose the Napoleon (lower left),
he really liked the cream filling
and ordered it a second time
when we went back a few days later.

I had the mousse on my last visit so I wanted to try something different. I was hesitant about picking the Strawberry Tart (upper right) because I thought it might be a little bland, BUT I was SO WRONG!! It was the most delicious dessert I've ever had in my entire life! I mean I can't stop thinking about this thing, it was that good! The Chantilly Cream was incredible and the crust was more like a sugar cookie than plain old pie crust. And the strawberries were perfectly in season considering it was February!

I couldn't wait until we went back a few days later to get it again. And I even talked my husband out of ordering the mousse a second time so he could try the tart. He gave in and was so happy he did. He loved it just as much as me!

Here is a pic
of the 
best dessert
on the planet:

(Hey! No licking the screen!)

So I hope you've enjoyed this review and the pics from Boulangerie Patisserie. And like I said earlier, if you haven't been here, then rearrange your plans because this place is a MUST!!!


  1. I've been peeking in on your blog off and on but I HAVE to comment on this post! When I saw the pain au chocolat, I had to wipe the drool from my chin!! I live in Newfoundland, Canada, and I haven't had that since my trip to St. Pierre in 2002! We called it petit pain, not sure if that was the bakery's name or one our school made up, but I STILL crave it, 11 years later lol Oh, and the Napoleon looks a heck of a lot like Mille Feuille which is also one of my favourites.

    Boulangerie Patisserie is DEFINITELY on my hit list if I ever get to WDW! :D

  2. I cannot wait to try this one in November!! It is WAY on top of my list of places to go! Everything looks so amazing. France Pavilion is my favorite (along with Germany, UK, Canada, and Japan!) And you really can't go wrong with the food in France. Great post, Lisa!