Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand is a Summer Food Festival in Walt Disney Studios Park. It’s one of our favourite places to eat in the summer as you are able to try different kinds of food from regions all over France, Europe, and even the world.
Menus for Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand 2023
First, let’s look at the menu for this year’s version. Each stall has a menu with items unique to that region or country.
As you can see, each stall offers a few food items and some drinks. Most stalls, or chalets as Disney calls them, have their own wine selection making this one of the best places for adults to enjoy a meal.
How does it work?
The Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand stalls are open daily from lunch until the park closes. Some stalls tend to open earlier than others, but usually, at the beginning of the afternoon, most will be open.
Food items are served in sample sizes, so no full meals. That way, the items stay pretty affordable – under 10 euros – and you are able to try multiple items at the different booths without getting full.
There aren’t many tables, just the ones in front of the Tower of Terror, so be prepared to enjoy your food while standing. Some people use the trashcans as tables, but that’s not something I do.
You can pay for the food with cash or cards, we used our Dutch debit card, and it worked fine. Unfortunately, if you are on the Disneyland Paris meal plan, you won’t be able to use the credits at the stalls.
What to expect from the food?
Last year we tried a pretzel from the Alsace booth, the French fries with Frikandel from the Belgique booth, the Gyros from the Greece booth, and a slice of pizza from the Italy booth. We also wanted to try the paella, but there was lots of seafood in it, and I’m not a fan of that.
So, the food was what you can expect from a food festival. The portions are pretty small, and items tend to get a bit dry as they are prepared in batches. We didn’t like the pretzel for that reason. The pizza was nice and fresh, and the gyros was really tasty. We were surprised to see the Belgique booth had one of the longest queues, as you get a large portion of really nice fries for just €5.
Overall, we really enjoyed Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand because of the options and because you can eat more than just burgers and fries. But keep in mind that you will get samples, not full meals, so in the end, you will spend about the same as in the restaurants to get full.
Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand runs from June until the end of Summer. There is also a winter version called L’Hiver Gourmand, which typically runs during the Christmas Season in Disneyland Paris.