Well, I have officially booked my trip to Disneyland Paris in September! I’m so excited because I haven’t been before. We’re going to be staying in the hotel Santa Fe which is themed to Pixar’s Cars. Considering how much of a keeno I am, I’ve only ever been to Walt Disney World. So now that it’s official that we’re going, I’ve already started planning Disneyland Paris. I’ve trying to note down key things I want to do, see and eat so have decided to write another series of posts for this.
Planning Disneyland Paris: Food
Something I really want to do is Buffalo Bills at Disney Village. From what I can see online, it’s a Wild West show with cowboys and horses. Similar to Hoop-dee-Doo Revue in Disney World I imagine with similar food. I adore cornbread so I hope it tastes the same as the American version. There’s Texan style food which means: chili, potato wedges and a skillet with sausage, ribs and chicken. All topped off with warm apple pie and ice cream and washed down with unlimited beer – or a soft drink, tea or coffee if you prefer. Every single review I have seen has been positive, I know it’s not going to be the same as Hoop-dee-Doo but it will be amazing nonetheless.
Earl of Sandwich
Ok so I know this is a chain in America but you don’t get them in the UK and I’ve recently discovered there’s one in Disney Village in Paris. You just don’t understand how good these sandwiches are! They are amazing. Remember Ross talking about his sandwich in friends? Yeah, they’re better than that! I really hope it’s as good as the one in Disney Springs.
Bistro Chez Rémy
Although I’m not overly fond of the Pixar movie Ratatouille, the theming for this restaurant looks incredible. It’s a little on the pricey side but they also have set menu options which seem to be pretty affordable. The tables are jam jar lids, your seats are cork toppers and there are other various oversized items to make you feel as though you’re Remy. The food is typically French so I would love to try out some actual ratatouille along with a good bit of steak.
Walt’s – An American Restaurant
If I’m not strapped for cash, I would love to visit Walt’s when I’m over in Disneyland Paris. It’s one of the signature restaurants and the food is from the decadent end of Victorian America. There are six rooms based on all of the lands in the Disneyland Park. It is a little on the pricey side but I’m hoping I’ll be able to fit it in.
Restaurant Agrabah Café
I absolutely loved getting food from the Moroccan pavilion when I was living in Florida so I’m hoping it’s similar to this! It’s a buffet and a pretty good price at €24.99. The theming looks incredible and Aladdin is one of my favourite underrated Disney films.