Have you ever had one of those meals, that even though it was simple in structure you just can't stop thinking about it? Les Halles Bakery in Epcot's France pavilion is one of those stops that can provide just such a delight. Let me introduce you to the Dinde BLT.
One of my traveling companions ordered this on our last trip to Disney and she's still talking about it. She said that it may have been the best BLT that she ever had. A long soft buttery roll (possibly a brioche) is spread with garlic aioli and filled with turkey, bacon, lettuce, and ripe tomato. Pretty straight forward and simple, but delicious enough to stick in your memory and have you wishing that you could go back for more over and over. You'll find the Dinde BLT on the Les Halles Menu for $8.50.
To accompany this savory delight, perhaps a Parfait aux Fruits (which you can see a picture of over at the Disney Food Blog's Review of Les Halles) with its sweet and tangy yogurt mousse and fresh berries for $3.25 or a Framboise, raspberry mousse cake with it's layers of raspberry mousse and chocolate cake for $5.50. These delicious little treats can really hit the spot, but even though she thought Framboise was delicious, it's the BLT that she'll be going back for.
Les Halles has replaced the previous quick service location in France, Boulangerie Patisserie. The new menu and baked good have met with some mixed reviews, with fans devoted to several of the previously sweet pastries very disappointed in the newer versions. However the savory goods, and specifically this delicious BLT have gotten tremendous nods of approval from people I've discussed it with.
Have you stopped into Les Halles and tried the new baked goods for yourself yet? What did you think of why you ordered? Is the bakery in France still a must stop on your list or can you pass it by? Leave a comment and let us know!