Crepes des Chefs de France
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Crepes des Chefs de France is located in the France Pavilion across from the Les Chefs de France restaurant. When Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure opens in Summer 2020, it will arrive with a separate restaurant serving crepes to guests looking to dine-in or take-out. At that time, it’s possible that the Crepe kiosk will be a thing of the past. Until then, it will remain a fixture on the World Showcase promenade.
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Crepes des Chefs de France offers reasonably priced crepes, coffee drinks, and beverages, in addition to the usual Kronenbourg 1664 beer. For wine or a cocktail, head next door to Les Vins des Chefs de France. As you can probably guess, that translates to The Wines of Chefs de France. It’s also where you’ll find the popular Orange and Lemon Slushies.
A crepe is a thin pancake often made from wheat flour. I was not paying a ton of attention, but I could have sworn the cast member poured fresh batter on a griddle. They then proceeded to cook up the crepe fresh after I ordered it. Twitter seemed to think they were pre-made and simply heated up on the griddle. Having sampled a crepe in real life France about 20 years ago, I’m basically an expert on these things. And i would stipulate that the crepes here have the texture of a wet paper bag and don’t taste much better.
For $5.50+, I would characterize these crepes as a very light snack. There just is not a whole lot to them compared to some of the more substantial desserts and treats available just a little further inside the Pavilion at the French Boulangerie. The chocolate sauce didn’t add much sweetness to the crepe, despite looking pretty and plentiful on the plate. I’m not sure if people have had better experiences. It may be completely irrelevant in the near-term as the new restaurant opens.