Dinner at {Chefs de France}...

Well, things are starting to get back to normal around here.  We got back from Disney last Sunday and got right back to our work and school routine.  We all felt blah for a few days with sinus stuff.  Then we were busy with a subdivision garage sale and landscaping our bare yard over this past weekend.  Getting everything planted is a slow process due to the fact that our yard is mostly clay...not fun digging material!  {but the hubs is doing a great job!}  So I'm back to the blog and thought I would give you a peak into our Disney trip over a few posts, so here we go...

This was our third year in a row at Disney and we haven't tried many restaurants other than quick service and the San Angel Inn in Mexico at Epcot.  So this year we decided to try some new things.  We had reservations at Chefs de France at Epcot.  This is where Remy the mouse from the movie Ratatouille makes his appearance.

He is under a covered platter and wheeled around on a cart to each table while you are dining.  Once at your table the cover is removed from the platter and a man interacts with you and Remy moves and makes little motions with his hands.  It was pretty cute!  Little Bit enjoyed seeing him...as we had just watched the movie {a few times!} before we came to Disney.  

This was my meal....Lasagnes de legumes du soleil a l'huile d'olive au thym {aka...vegetable lasagna}.  It doesn't look it from the picture but it was very yummy!

We had finished our meal and were about to leave when our waitress came over to the table with about 5 or 6 others singing Happy Birthday in french to Little Bit!  We were all a bit shocked but thrilled at this fun experience! 

She got a scoop of vanilla ice cream with a candle in it!  She gobbled that up pretty quick!  ;)

This was definitely a successful and very fun dining experience and would recommend Chefs de France to anyone planning a trip to Disney!

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