If you’re planning a trip to Disneyland Paris and want to know where to eat, you’ve come to the right place! This ultimate guide will cover all you need to know about the restaurants in Disneyland Paris, from quick bites to sit-down meals. No matter what your budget is, there’s something for everyone. So whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner or want to grab a quick snack, read on for our top picks of Disneyland Paris restaurants!
What you need to know about the Disneyland Paris restaurants
Whether you’re looking for something more formal or a quick bite to eat, there is something for everyone in the two Disney Parks, Disney Village or the hotels. There are three types of restaurants: Table Service, Counter Service, and Buffet.
Table service restaurants offer multi-course meals in an elegant, sit-down setting. These restaurants are pricier than other options and require reservations in advance.
Counter-service restaurants offer quick meals with the added convenience of fast-food-style self-service. These are great for families who don’t have time to wait for table service or want something more affordable. Some restaurants offer mobile ordering through the Disneyland Paris app, so you won’t have to wait in a long line to order your food.
Finally, buffet restaurants offer an all-you-can-eat experience which is great for picky eaters or when you want to try something new.
Of course, the classic snack carts around the park serve tasty treats like popcorn, churros, and ice cream, which can’t be missed.
What are the most popular restaurants in Disneyland Paris?
Not sure where to eat? These are some of our favourites!
Walt’s is a must when visiting Disneyland Paris. Located in Main Street U.S.A., Walt’s American Restaurant serves classic American dishes, just as Walt Disney himself liked them. The classic atmosphere will take you back in time, with the walls decorated with iconic Walt Disney memorabilia.
For something a bit more upscale, there’s Bistrot Chez Rémy. Located next to Ratatouille: The Adventure, this restaurant serves classic French dishes with a modern twist. Not only is the food delicious, but children will love the atmosphere in Remy’s restaurant.
PYM Kitchen, located in Avengers Campus, is one of the newest restaurants in Disneyland Paris. Here you can eat all sorts of dishes either blown up or shrunk by the PYM particles. It’s a lot of fun, and the food is pretty good as well.
Downtown Restaurant is another favourite. This is a buffet-style restaurant in Disney Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel. It serves food inspired by the city of New York, with American, Chinese, and Italian influences.
The Plaza Gardens located near the castle is the best place to have a nice sit down meal with characters. It’s a buffet-style restaurant offering all-you-can-eat vegetables, meats, fish, and some comfort food as well. During select times Disney characters will visit the restaurant making it an even more magical experience.
One of the most immersive restaurants in Disneyland Paris is Captain Jack’s near Adventureland. This restaurant is located inside the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. You can wave at the boats passing by as you enjoy your food. The menu is a bit adventurous and might not appeal to everyone, but it’s truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
And last but not least, don’t forget about Rainforest Cafe, which can be found inside Disney Village. This restaurant will keep you entertained during your meal with many moving animals and sound effects. Perfect for families who want to make dinner time a bit more special
How much do the meals cost on average in Disneyland Paris?
An average meal in a counter service restaurant will cost about €12 to €16. This includes a drink and dessert. If you would like a meal with table services, prices will go up to about €30 or more for a 3-course meal. And for buffet restaurants, it’s usually around €40, but that can easily go up to €60 or more. Drinks are usually not included in these meals and will be charged separately.
Breakfast in the Disney Hotels is not included in your holiday package. You will have to book it separately, costing between €17 and €28 per person per night. Other cheaper, breakfast options can be found in Disney Village and in the Parks.
Another great way to add a little Disney magic to your meals is by booking a Character dining (or breakfast) experience. There are two restaurants that currently offer this: Auberge de Cendrillon and Plaza Gardens.
Auberge de Cendrillon is a regal experience where the princesses and princes will dance and come to your table to chat. The food is pretty upscale as well and might not appeal to everybody. However, it is the best way to interact with Disney princesses without any wait.
Plaza Gardens is a more down-to-earth experience with the more traditional Disney Characters. They will take their time to have a chat with you and take pictures. And again, also a great way to meet them without any wait.
Are there any special dietary options available at Disneyland Paris restaurants (e.g., vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free)?
Whether you’re a vegetarian, vegan, or have specific dietary needs, you won’t be disappointed at the Disneyland Paris restaurants.
You can peruse the menu options or check with a server to see what’s available. They always make sure to accommodate customers that need special dietary options. You don’t have to worry about missing out on all the goodies – the chefs put their creative skills to work and whip up some delicious dishes that both vegetarians and vegans alike can enjoy.
If you’re planning a trip to Disneyland Paris, it’s always a good idea to make your dining reservations well in advance. The Disneyland Paris app is an easy and convenient way to do so, allowing you to find the perfect spot for lunch or dinner.
Doing so ensures that your party can enjoy their meal at the preferred restaurant and allows you to plan the rest of your day, knowing exactly when and where you’ll be eating. And since making a reservation is free, there’s no reason not to take advantage of this experience-enhancing feature on the app. You can make reservations up until 12 months before your arrival date when staying in a Disney Hotel, or 2 months in advance for all the other guests.
Disneyland Paris meal plans
For those looking for a full vacation experience, Disneyland Paris offers meal plans as part of their holiday packages. Whether you’re looking to treat your family or find great value in your vacation, there’s a plan available to suit your needs.
All meal plans include breakfast and one or two additional meals in selected parks, hotels, and Disney Village restaurants. You can either choose between a buffet or a set meal including an appetizer, entree, dessert, and non-alcoholic drink.
The meal plans are a great way to save money and experience all the great food Disneyland Paris offers.