Part of the fun of planning a Disney trip is deciding where to eat, and there is plenty to choose from at Disneyland Paris! Between the main Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, the Disney hotels and Disney Village, there is a wide array of snack bars, quick service restaurants, all-you-can-eat buffets and table service restaurants at Disneyland Paris offering everything from typical fast food to BBQ and steakhouses to a mix of international cuisine. In this post, I’ll share where to eat at the parks, our top family favourites and the overall best restaurants in Disneyland Paris.
Disneyland Park Restaurants
Table Service and Buffet Restaurants at Disneyland Park
The table service and buffet restaurants at Disneyland Park do tend to book up quickly, so make sure to book your lunch or dinner reservations well ahead, from two months in advance, either through the Disneyland Paris app or website.
As of October 2021, the all-you-can-eat restaurants at Disneyland Paris are back to normal self-service buffet form, part of the next stage easing Covid-19 restrictions. The all-you-can-eat buffet restaurants at Disneyland Park are Plaza Gardens in Main Street U.S.A. and Restaurant Agrabah Café in Adventureland.
Top Disney-themed restaurants at Disneyland Park are Captain Jack’s in Adventureland, Restaurant Agrabah Café in Adventureland and the Lucky Nugget Saloon in Frontierland. Two of the best restaurants at Disneyland Paris that are currently closed (updated November 2021) are Walt’s in Main Street U.S.A. and Auberge de Cendrillon in Fantasyland.
Silver Spur Steakhouse, Frontierland
Silver Spur Steakhouse in Frontierland is one of our top choices for a table service meal at Disneyland Paris, although like many places at the theme park, it is fairly pricey for the portion sizes. Silver Spur Steakhouse has a set menu, which costs 30€ for a starter and main course or 40€ for a starter, main course and dessert. Main course options include Scottish beef flank steak, smoked BBQ pork ribs and roast salmon. Drinks are ordered separately, with a selection of red and white wine, cocktails and soft drinks on offer. Click to view the menu
The kids meal set menu costs 20€ for a starter, main course, dessert and drink. Options on the kids menu at Silver Spur Steakhouse include a beef burger (pictured), roast chicken and salmon with avocado salsa.
The following are other options for table service and buffet dining at Disneyland Park, available for online reservations on the Disneyland Paris app or website;
Captain Jack’s – Restaurant des Pirates (table service) one of the top Disney-themed restaurants at Disneyland Paris for ambience, Creole cuisine and views overlooking the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in Adventureland. Dining reservations at Captain Jack’s do book up quickly, although it is worth checking in person or through your Disney hotel concierge if any reservations open up while you are at Disneyland Paris. Click to view the menu
Plaza Gardens Restaurant, Main Street U.S.A. (all-you-can-eat buffet) located in Main Street’s elegantly designed, oldest building. Buffet prices are 36€ for adults, with cold drink or water included, and 19€ for children, with drinks included. Buffet menu items include a selection of rotisserie chicken, veal, fish and risotto.
Restaurant Agrabah Café, Adventureland (all you-can-eat buffet) selection of Moroccan and Middle Eastern cuisine in a themed Arabian bazaar setting. Buffet prices are 36€ for adults, with cold drink or water included, and 19€ for children, with drinks included. Buffet menu items include mezze starters; couscous with chicken, lamb, fish or vegetables and falafels.
The Lucky Nugget Saloon, Frontierland (table service) casual Tex-Mex restaurant with a gold rush saloon theme. Menu plate options are 22€ for adults, with a choice of barbecue pork spare ribs, fish and chips or a cheeseburger with onion rings, salad or fries; and 13€ for the kids menu with a choice of cheeseburger or chicken burger with yogurt or apple puree and a drink.
Quick Service Restaurants at Disneyland Park
There are several reasonably priced counter service restaurants around Disneyland Park that serve a variety of meals, from pizza to BBQ to roast chicken. Quick service meals at Disneyland Paris typically cost 13-17€ for adults and 9€ for kids, and include a main, side, drink and dessert. You can also just order a la carte from the menu and view the food options and prices in advance at each restaurant by visiting the Disneyland Paris Dining website.
Cowboy Cookout Barbecue, Frontierland
Our top choice for the best quick service restaurant in Disneyland Paris is Cowboy Cookout Barbecue in Frontierland. This counter service restaurant serves barbeque chicken, sausage and rib plates in an expansive, Wild West barn themed setting.
The food is great at Cowboy Cookout with BBQ chicken, ribs and sausage meals that range from 14-17€ with main, side and drink or ordering a la carte. Kids meal options are also available. Click to view the full menu
Other options for quick service restaurants in Disneyland Park include;
Au Chalet de la Marionnette, Fantasyland – chalet-style eatery with a Pinocchio theme serving quick service meals that include Bavarian hot dogs, bratwursts, roast chicken and hot pretzel sandwiches. Kids meals (€9) include a chicken burger or hot dog, with cherry tomatoes or fries and come with a choice of snack (such as Babybel or apple puree) or dessert (ice cream or yogurt) and a drink
Casey’s Corner, Main Street U.S.A – counter service, baseball-themed diner offering hot dogs, fries, salads, chicken nuggets, ice cream bars and refreshments
Market House Deli, Main Street U.S.A. – quick service deli with a limited choice between a ham and cheese or vegetables and cheese baguette sandwich or a ham and cheese toastie, and a chicken salad or a green salad with grains.
Fuente del Oro Restaurante, Frontierland – cantina style, quick service restaurant serving burritos, sweet corn fries and churros. Kids can choose between a small burrito or chicken strips… or a bowl of chopped vegetables with cheese sauce?
Restaurant Hakuna Makata, Adventureland – Lion King-themed eatery serving meals that range from 14-17€ and include options such as beef meatballs in a tomato sauce with rice, chicken strips with vegetables and a chicken wrap with sweet corn fries. Kids meals cost 9€ and include a choice between chicken strips or sausages, served with vegetables or white rice; a choice of snack or dessert and a drink.
Pizzeria Bella Notte, Fantasyland – quick service bistro offering pasta and pizza meals that include spaghetti with meatballs, lasagne and a 3-cheese pizza. Adult meals cost 14-17€ and kids meals cost 9€ and include a choice of pasta dishes or a Mickey pizza, served with a salad or cherry tomatoes, a snack or dessert and a drink.
Café Hyperion, Discoveryland – counter service and the only restaurant in Discoveryland, serving burger options with fish, beef or chicken, served with fries and salad. Adult meals cost 14-17€ and kids meals cost 9€ and include a choice of chicken or cheeseburger, served with fries or salad, a snack or dessert and drink.
The Toad Hall Restaurant, a quick service restaurant in Fantasyland that serves fish and chips, is currently still closed (updated November 2021).
Walt Disney Studios Park Restaurants
Bistrot Chez Rémy is one of the top places to eat in Disneyland Paris, for the unique experience and atmosphere and for the delicious food. It is currently the only table service restaurant at Walt Disney Studios Park. The only other option for lunch would be the quick service Restaurant en Coulisse located in the Front Lot, which serves burgers and fries.
Bistrot Chez Rémy
Bistrot Chez Rémy is located next to the famous Ratatouille ride in Disneyland Paris’s Walt Disney Studios Park, the mostly Pixar-themed park. Walt Disney Studios Park closes at 6pm, and the times available for booking a table at Bistrot Chez Rémy are from 11:30am to 3:45pm. With its imaginative theming, gourmet menu offering and an experience unique to Disneyland Paris, lunch at Chez Rémy is one to book well in advance.
Mr. G and I ordered from the Rémy Menu (€34) which is a two course meal – starter and main course, with no drink included. We both ordered the salad as a starter, which was delicious and made with mixed greens, Cantal cheese, tomato confit, poached eggs, crunchy radishes and vegetable vinaigrette.
For the main, I ordered the grilled steak which comes with French fries and a small bowl of ratatouille, while Mr. G had the roasted cod fish which also comes with ratatouille and crushed potatoes.
The kids ordered from the Little Chef Menu (€20) which includes a starter, main course, dessert and a drink (water, milk or juice). For the starter, they had the chicken rillettes (a spread) with toast and for the main, the sautéed chicken in cream with ratatouille and fries. While my husband and I ate very well at Bistrot Chez Rémy, I have to be honest that this was not the kids’ favourite restaurant for the food.
Disneyland Paris Hotel Restaurants
All guests can book a table at any of the Disney hotels at Disneyland Paris even if they are not staying at the hotel. The closest Disney hotels (that are currently open) to the theme park are the Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel and the Newport Bay Club which are about a 10-15 minute from Disneyland Park.
Our top choice for a booking at a Disney hotel restaurant would be the character meal at Inventions at the Disneyland Hotel which unfortunately is closed for refurbishment until further notice. On our most recent visit to Disneyland Paris, we had dinner at Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel and I can also highly recommend the Downtown Restaurant for top-notch food at Disneyland Paris.
Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel
Downtown Restaurant – Located in the newly renovated (and newly Marvel-themed) Disney’s Hotel New York – Art of Marvel, the Downtown Restaurant is a casual, all-you-can-eat restaurant featuring an Art Deco, canteen style design. The food is outstanding and the buffet dinner is priced at €40 for adults and €30 for children. Click to view the menu
The menu at the Downtown Restaurant reflects the blend of international cuisines in New York City, with a mix of Italian, American and Chinese dishes on the menu. The roasted duck and beef brisket dishes were excellent.
The kids ordered the cheeseburgers.
I also had the Sweet and Sour Pork which was outstanding.
And one of the highlights was the American dessert plate which had New York Cheesecake, Carrot Cake, Chocolate Babka and Baby Groot Chocolate Mousse. Overall an excellent dinner at Downtown Restaurant and one to definitely book well in advance for your next visit to Disneyland Paris!
Manhattan Restaurant – The Manhattan Restaurant is the more upscale option for dinner at the Hotel New York – the Art of Marvel offering an à la carte menu of Italian cuisine. Click to view the menu
Newport Bay Club
There are two restaurants and one bar at the Newport Bay Club: Cape Cod, the Yacht Club and Captain’s Quarters.
Cape Cod – Cape Code at the Newport Bay Club is all-you-can-eat restaurant offering breakfast and dinner. The dinner buffet is mostly seafood specialities with a selection of salad and dessert.
Yacht Club – The Yacht Club is a restaurant serving dishes inspired by “New England with Mediterranean influences”, with a variety of grilled dishes – fish or steak, a Surf and Turf dish – beef fillet and lobster tail and several seafood specialities such as New England clam chowder and Yacht Club mussels. Prices for main courses start at £30. Click to view the menu
Disney Character Meals at Disneyland Paris
The Disney character dining options at Disneyland Paris are currently unavailable due to Covid-19 restrictions. I will update this section once the Disney character meals are available again for booking!
The restaurants that usually offer character meals at Disneyland Paris are the following;
Inventions – Disneyland Hotel
[CLOSED] – Inventions is an all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant located in the Disneyland Hotel, which is closed during this time for refurbishment. Once operations are back up and running at Inventions, I highly recommend adding this character meal experience to your Disneyland Paris list!
Dinner at Inventions was one of our top Disney character meals out of all the Disney parks we’ve been to so far. We had dinner pre-Covid and enjoyed the great food and the fun interaction with Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Tigger and Eeyore. Characters change all the time at Inventions, and other characters you could see include Donald, Winnie the Pooh, Pluto, Pinocchio and Geppetto, Chip n’ Dale and the Aristocats.
Café Mickey – Disney Village
[CLOSED] – One of the iconic Disney character meal experiences in Disneyland Paris is at Café Mickey. I’ll update this with more information once character dining is available again. Previously, guests had the chance to meet Mickey, Goofy, Pluto and Winnie the Pooh and friends when dining at Café Mickey which has an Italian-inspired menu, serving pasta and pizza.
Auberge de Cendrillon – Disneyland Park
[CLOSED] – Lastly, there is the dining experience with the Disney princesses at the French restaurant, Auberge de Cendrillon, located within the Disneyland Park in Fantasyland. I will update this section with up-to-date information and what to expect once character dining is back at Disneyland Paris.
Restaurants in Disney Village
The Disney Village area has several international chain restaurants, cafés and sandwich shops. It’s worth trying in person to book a table at Disney Village if you arrive early, starting from 6pm, since many restaurants don’t accept reservations in advance.
On our last visit to Disneyland Paris, we had dinner at the Rainforest Café, which is a chain restaurant that you’ll find in most big cities including London and Orlando. The kids loved the fun theming, rainforest special effects, animatronic animals and simple kid menus with chicken nuggets and hamburgers.
Other table service restaurants at Disney Village include;
King Ludwig’s Castle
La Grange at Billy Bob’s Country Western Saloon
Options for coffee, dessert and/or snacks at Disney Village include Starbucks, Cool Stop and Ben & Jerry’s. And if you’re looking for a quick meal, counter service restaurants at Disney Village are;
Earl of Sandwich
New York Style Sandwiches
Booking Restaurants in Disneyland Paris
There’s a lot you can do now to plan your visit on the updated Disneyland Paris app. You can use the app to browse the restaurants in Disneyland Paris, have a look at the food menus and book a table for breakfast, lunch or dinner 60 days in advance.
Another feature that I find useful for planning a visit to Disneyland Paris on the app is to create a list of “favourites”. When you click on a restaurant to read more or book a table, click the heart icon at the upper right to save that restaurant to your list that will show up in the map. Do the same with attractions, shows and shops you’d like to visit to help plan out your day at Disneyland Paris.
Disneyland Paris Food Menus
You can access the Disneyland Paris food menus through the Disneyland Paris app or on the Disneyland Paris Dining website. Select a restaurant to open a page with further information, map location and click View Menu for the most up-to-date food menu and pricing.
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