Les Halles is a French bakery located in the France Pavilion at Epcot. Recently it has become open for breakfast and it’s still a very well-kept secret. Giving the opportunity to get into the park early and have a wonderful breakfast without a dining reservation.
Options are the name of the game here. Sandwiches, pastries, soups, and many delectable desserts are available. Deciding what to get can be a challenge at Les Halles so we recommend eating family style, allowing you to try as many items as you like. We have yet to try something we didn’t love.
Mimosa- nothing says vacation like a mimosa in the morning. Les Halles gets props for not being stingy with the bubbly. This drink is mostly sparkling wine with just a touch of OJ on top. The sparkling was very light and dry. It went really well with our pastries.
Brie aux Pommes- Brie with Apples. An absolutely delicious start to the morning. Multigrain bread, cranberry compote, brie, and sliced apples. When the sandwich is heated the brie melts beautifully and takes it to the next level.
Croissant- At Main street Chat we know that croissants are a pretty basic breakfast item but these are done SOOOOO well. They are flaky and light with just the right amount of buttery goodness.
Prices are on the cheaper side at Les Halles. The average pastry runs about $6.50 with the most expensive thing on the menu costing $10.
If you’re are staying at Boardwalk, Swan and Dolphin, Beach Club, or Yacht Club you can get into Epcot through the International Gateway. International Gateway opens an hour before Future World.
For those new to Walt Disney World, Epcot is divided into two sections. Future World, where the majority of the rides are housed, and World Showcase which features 11 pavilions each highlighting a different country.
Les Halles is located in the France Pavilion, directly right of the International Gateway. Cross the bridge and continue walking through the France Pavilion, pass the fountain and into the small alleyway on the left hand side. Les Halles is tucked all the way back there.
Spend a few minutes taking pictures in front of the fountain. This is a prime photo location in World Showcase. Having an early breakfast at Les Halles means the France Pavilion is pretty much empty and you can get some really nice photos.