My husband and I recently had the opportunity to visit Disneyland Paris! It was so magical and I’m here to share my Ultimate Disneyland Paris Food Guide! Anyone that knows me knows that I absolutely LOVE all things Disney.
One of the biggest things on my bucket list is to visit all the Disney Parks & Resorts around the world! This was my first time at Disneyland Paris so I had to spend some time trying all the amazing food.
Disneyland Paris has over 50 perfectly-themed restaurants dishing up a vast range of high-quality, freshly cooked cuisine.
This makes dining in the Disney Parks, Disney Hotels and Disney Village… Disneylicious!
There are all-you-can-eat buffets, kids’ menus, Disney Character Dining, table services, vegan options, quick snacks in between adventures. You’re bound to find a little bit of magic in every bite for all ages and all diets.
What I absolutely loved the most about eating at Disneyland Paris was that you can really tell they value the culinary experience throughout the parks and hotels. They use high quality products and ingredients and are eco-responsible. There are menus for everyone, including vegetarian, vegan, kosher, halal, and organic options!
They even hired top culinary professionals to train their Cast Members.
We had an amazing time exploring Disneyland Paris and I can’t wait to share my food adventures with you.
This is my Disneyland Paris Food Guide featuring some of the BEST places to eat!
On The Go
First things first, SNACKS! Some of the best things to try at Disneyland Paris are definitely the snacks.
There’s nothing better than adventuring through the park while munching on some of your favorite Disney themed snacks.
From popcorn on Main Street U.S.A., to Mickey’s waffles or ear-shaped treats, there’s an iconic signature snack for everyone’s tastes.
I absolutely LOVED the 30th Anniversary Snacks that resort chefs have passionately developed for this special anniversary.
Some of my favorites were the GIANT Mickey cookies, the Mickey madeleines and of course, the macarons!
Make sure you try out these snacks on my Disneyland Paris Food Guide and let me know which one is your favorite!
Bistrot Chez Rémy
Located in the Worlds of Pixar area of Walt Disney Studios Park, this restaurant was one of our favorites! Shrink down to the size of Rémy from Ratatouille and feast on delicious French cuisine in this Parisian bistro straight from the world of a Disney Pixar classic!
The food was super yummy and the decor was even cuter.
You really feel like you’ve been transported to Rémy’s world with the giant bottles of wine, the string of “tree lights,” giant plates, and giant Gusteau’s cookbooks surrounding you.
The restaurant was great value and the portions were really good. You can go with the Rémy Menu, which comes with a starter and a main course. There is also the Émile Menu, which includes a starter, main course, and dessert! There’s also a Little Chef Menu for children aged 3 to 11.
For my Rémy Menu, I got the Mixed Greens Salad as my starter. This included Cantal, Tomato Confit, Poached Egg, Crunchy Radishes and Vegetable Vinaigrette.
For my main, I had the Roast Cod, which came with Ratatouille, Crushed Potatoes with Isigny AOP Beurre Blanc Sauce. It was SO good!
Dom got the Seasonal Soup with The Laughing Cow and Mixed Herbs for his starter. Followed with the Grilled Steak, Ratatouille, French Fries, and Chef Sauce for his main course. He also thought everything was super yummy!
Everything was so tasty and the service was excellent. The staff were super friendly and the food came out quick and hot.
We were expecting the ratatouille to look like it did in the movies, but it was a small side dish with a grilled tomato and mashed up vegetables. This was totally fine though because it tasted amazing!
It’s definitely worth noting that this restaurant is famous and very popular. So make sure to make a reservation using the official Disneyland Paris app well in advance!
The app allows you to book your table up to 2 months in advance. Reservations for Bistrot Chez Rémy will fill up quickly so be sure to plan ahead!
I highly recommend Bistrot Chez Rémy as one of the BEST restaurants on my Disneyland Paris Food Guide!
Walt’s – An American Restaurant
Walt’s is an iconic restaurant that is a classic must-try, serving refined American signature courses with a French touch. If you’re a big Walt Disney fan, there’s lots of history and easter eggs sprinkled throughout the restaurant!
With six themed dining rooms that pay homage to the six lands of Disneyland, this famous restaurant on Main Street, U.S.A., serves as a timeless background to Walt Disney’s most memorable moments.
The cities of Chicago, Illinois, and Marceline, Missouri, where Walt Disney was born and spent his early life, served as inspiration for the chefs at Disneyland Paris when creating a brand-new bistronomy menu for the 30th Anniversary!
The restaurant had a beautiful setting and theming, down to the servers’ outfits. The service was friendly and quick, and we really enjoyed our time here.
Auberge de Cendrillon
Wow! I don’t have enough good things to say about Auberge de Cendrillon! This was undoubtedly my personal favorite dining experience at Disneyland Paris.
Disney Princesses come to your table as you dine in this majestic medieval banquet hall and it truly feels magical. Young children are encouraged to dress for the occasion, as the Princesses come to greet you and take pictures.
Located in Fantasyland at Disneyland Park, make sure to also book reservations for this restaurant well in advance as it is super popular!
The theming was unbelievable, with house flags, soaring stone archways, and spectacular stained-glass windows that provide a royal backdrop. It really makes you feel like you’re in a medieval banquet hall fitting for princes and princesses.
Not only this, but the French cuisine was delicious. They have an Adult Menu and a Child Menu, with plenty of options that will suit everyone’s tastes. Both of these menus include an appetizer, main course, and dessert!
Their drinks were also amazing. I highly recommend the Royal Cocktail, which is non-alcoholic and very fruity. The cocktails (with alcohol) from the 30th Anniversary special menu were also amazing.
The princesses will visit your table throughout your meal and it truly feels like you’re meeting the characters straight out of the movies! I felt like a young girl again meeting all the princesses and characters!
It’s so magical and I can’t recommend this restaurant enough, especially if you have young children!
This is why Auberge de Cendrillon is unquestionably one of the BEST restaurants on my Disneyland Paris Food Guide!
Marvel Avengers Campus
Marvel Avengers Campus is an entirely reimagined universe dedicated to discovering, recruiting and training the next generation of Heroes at Disneyland Paris.
Everyone becomes a recruit when they enter the Avengers Campus, so make sure you are ready to take the next step in your heroic journey!
Avengers Assemble: Flight Force was our favorite ride throughout the entire park as it is so thrilling, we couldn’t stop going on this ride! Spider-Man W.E.B. Adventure was so much fun and was a full on arm workout.
But the best part about Avengers Campus is that recruits can refuel like a SuperHero with some really special dining experiences that you can’t get anywhere else.
PYM Kitchen is an innovative scientific laboratory where the food and drinks tell a story. This restaurant is another example of bringing movie magic to life in an extremely creative way. Even the wine is served in beakers and test tubes!
Just as Ant-Man and The Wasp use “Pym Particles” to grow and shrink to just about anything, Pym Technologies uses this technology to make creative dinners, sharing snacks, and a buffet of sweets.
Some of the cool food items here include both gigantic shareable pretzel sandwiches, hot dogs, burgers, cakes, and their tiniest versions for those who wish to try everything.
It truly is a unique dining experience and uses aspects of the Marvel world in an extremely creative way.
The best part about buffets is that you’re able to try everything, and the tiny versions of all the different food makes this possible!
Make sure you check out PYM Kitchen as it is my favorite buffet style restaurant on my Disneyland Paris Food Guide!
Stark Factory is a quick service restaurant that offers handcrafted pizzas straight from the pizzaiolo oven, including vegetarian options, salads, and a choice of fresh pizza to recruits who are refueling.
The signature dessert here pays homage to Thor as it was modeled after the Thunder God’s personal favorites, as featured in the Marvel Studios film “Thor.”
The pizza here is actually delicious, it’s so fresh and tasty. You can watch the chefs hand make the dough and cook the pizzas in the pizzaiolo oven.
I love the decor here, as it was formerly an assembly line for Howard Stark. There are plenty of easter eggs hidden as fan tributes throughout the restaurant as well, including artifacts built by Tony Stark. The most impressive is the HulkBuster armor in the center of the restaurant, which is actually only on display at Disneyland Paris!
Avengers Campus is also home to Super Diner, a small vintage American diner that transports you back to the 50’s.
They serve Reuben Sandwiches, which is a signature North American recipe made with corned beef, cheese, Sauerkraut, and a savory dressing, grilled between slices of rye bread.
FAN-tastic Food Truck
The FAN-tastic Food Truck, Tony Stark’s personal favorite, is parked close to the Super Diner.
They serve large New York style hot dogs, including vegan sausages, various types of sauces and toppings; and a cheesecake on a stick for dessert! They also have super cute Spider-Man popsicles.
Marvel Avengers Campus had so many unique and tasty food options, I had to feature all of these on my Disneyland Paris Food Guide!
Disney Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel
Since opening in June of 2021, this hotel celebrates the culture and bright spirit of New York City while providing luxury comfort and individualized services.
It’s styled as an iconic art gallery dedicated to various artworks of Marvel characters and there are plenty of easter eggs scattered throughout the hotel. This is the hotel Dom and I stayed at and we absolutely loved it!
Disney Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel has a plenty of yummy food and beverage options that are inspired by many New York specialties and a wide range of Marvel-themed meals and drinks, including ones specially created for kids.
There are two restaurants here, Downtown Restaurant and Manhattan Restaurant, with the latter being our favorite!
Manhattan Restaurant inside the hotel was one of our favorite places to eat at Disneyland Paris!
It is a contemporary casual restaurant that serves modernized traditional Italian dishes made with ingredients sourced in Italy.
It’s rumored that Peter Parker and Mary Jane love to dine here on date night!
The design of the restaurant is the perfect example of fusion between New York style codes and the Marvel Universe, with its majestic crystal chandelier evoking the Manhattan skyline and the realm of Asgard from Thor.
I loved the little details down to the salt and pepper shakers being designed like iconic buildings in New York city. This restaurant also doubles as the hotel’s breakfast location, and it was very yummy as well!
Creamy risotto, fresh pasta and a selection of appetizing antipasti are just some of the Italian masterpieces you’ll find on the menu here! Furthermore, you can really tell that the ingredients used are high quality and fresh, which is one of the main reasons why I loved dining here.
Manhattan Restaurant is worth checking out as it is one of the top spots on my Disneyland Paris Food Guide!
Bleecker Street Lounge
The bars located inside Disney Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel were so unique and are perfect for any Marvel fan!
The brick and concrete walls of Bleecker Street Lounge give the impression of an upscale lounge that is modeled after a downtown Manhattan loft.
It is a subtle nod to Doctor Strange and the Sanctum Sanctorum on Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village.
I loved how casual and hip this bar was! And the best part is that there are plenty of non-alcoholic drink options for kids, making it perfect for families.
There was even a Doctor Strange themed dalgona coffee which was so cool!
The cocktails were of course inspired by Doctor Strange as well. We had a blast trying out all the different drinks here!
With all the creative drinks, Bleecker Street Lounge is definitely my favorite bar on my Disneyland Paris Food Guide!
Skyline Bar has an uptown setting with a slightly formal atmosphere that is modeled after the Avengers Headquarters.
Guests feel transported to the top of a luxurious high rise bar in midtown Manhattan through a set of “panoramic windows” (which are actually TVs) offering a spectacular view of New York City’s renowned skyline. If you watch closely, you might even see a few of your favorite Marvel characters through these windows!
In addition to upscale drinks and signature martinis, Skyline Bar also serves American snacks and desserts.
In addition to featuring some of my favorite places to eat on my Disneyland Paris Food Guide, there are also a couple of helpful tips about the park that I wanted to share with you!
To make sure you make the most out of your time at Disneyland Paris, download the official mobile app! If you’re going to be trying all the best things to eat on my Disneyland Paris Food Guide, you need to make sure you will get a table in the restaurant of your choice. A lot of these are SUPER popular and fill up quickly!
You can also conveniently check out wait times for all the rides (or see if any rides are currently broken down), locate your favorite restaurants or snack locations on the map, and find the nearest washrooms. It’s a definite MUST when visiting Disneyland Paris!
Premier Access Pass
The Premier Access Pass is a paid fast pass at Disneyland Paris. The pass gives you front of the line access to the most popular rides at both parks (provided you have park-to-park tickets).
Alternatively, there is an option to purchase Premier Access for select rides, if you prefer not to spend the money on buying the Ultimate pass.
While it’s on the pricier side, I found it to be SO worth it because we got to skip out on lines that were up to 1.5 hours long for each ride! With all the time we saved from lining up, we had all the more time to explore and try all the yummy food around the park!
And there you have it! This was my Ultimate Disneyland Paris Food Guide featuring all the best places to eat!
There was so much delicious food that it was SO hard to narrow my choices down. Dom and I had so much fun here and I can’t wait to come back again so that I can try even MORE tasty snacks and restaurants!
Have you ever been to Disneyland Paris? Did I miss any of your favorite places? Have you tried any of these spots? Let me know in the comments down below.
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Until next time!