|The entrance to Monsieur Paul|
|Opening date|| June 3, 1984 (as Bistro de France) |
December 2012 (as Monsieur Paul)
|Restaurant Type||Table Service|
|Formally Known As||Bistro de Paris (1982-2012)|
The restaurant that is currently known as Monsieur Paul originally opened on June 3, 1984 as Bistro de Paris . The restaurant's creation stemmed from the immense popularity of the France pavilion's Les Chefs de France restaurant . In order to meet the demand for dining, Disney decided to turn the unused second floor of Chefs de France into a new table service restaurant. Bistro de Paris remained essentially unchanged until it closed on July 31, 2012 for refurbishment. During the renovations, the restaurant was given a more modern interior. In December 2012 the restaurant reopened under the new name Monsieur Paul. The new dining establishment took its name from head chef Paul Bocuse .
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Fun Facts and Trivia
- Outside of Monsieur Paul guests can find plaques dedicated to the founding chefs of Les Chefs de France: Paul Bocuse, Gaston LeNôtre, and Roger Vergé .
- The staircase that leads up to Monsieur Paul is decorated with photographs of chef Paul Bocuse's career .
- If timed correctly it is is possible to watch Illuminations from inside Monsieur Paul .