While I’ve been a fan that Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie’s in Epcot’s France pavilion has been open for breakfast for two and a half years now, I’ve never taken advantage of the option (however, I have brought home food which I’ve enjoyed for breakfast the next day). After using up some morning Fastpasses, I made my way to pick out something to eat.
While several items on the menu stood out, I knew I wanted to try something I hadn’t ordered before. I opted for the Tartine aux Fromages: a combination of Country Bread, Tomato Sauce, Swiss, Parmesan, and Goat Cheese. The Cast Member asked if I would like it warmed up, to which I replied, “Yes.” In the past, I’ve had the Pissaladière, which didn’t spend enough time toasting, but the Tartine came out perfectly.
I grabbed my knife, took my dish to a table, spread the goat cheese across the entire piece of bread, and dug in.
It’s amazing how a few relatively simple ingredients make for such a delicious dish. The crisp and hearty bread, the sweetness from the tomato sauce, the saltiness from the Swiss and Parmesan, and the tanginess of the goat cheese really came together. I think I’ll be recreating this one at home.
Here are the menu boards:
With so many options for a savory breakfast at Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie, it’s difficult to pick just one (the Roule Lard & Fromage is also delicious). At $6.75, the Tartine aux Fromages is one of the less expensive sandwiches on the menu, though some may find it pricey for what it is. I will say, however, I felt it was money well spent. I thought it had great, balanced flavor, was satiating, and could even be split between two as a snack. It has definitely made my short list of breakfast ideas at Epcot.
Have you tried the Tartine aux Fromages? Do you have a favorite breakfast go-to at Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie?