Hello Disney and adventure lovers and welcome back to another post. Now we’ve seen a lot of you asking questions about the food at DLP and we’ve even seen Disney vloggers miss great food opportunities and ending up feeling let down by the food. Here at Bonded By Adventure we want to share with you some of the options available at the Disneyland Paris park for you to eat. Also, if you are interested we already have a great post up about the Disney meal plans available at Disneyland Paris. To make it even easier for you we have arranged this according to its location in the park.
To check out any other the menus I would recommend looking at the DLP Guide.
- Cable Car Bake Shop – Here is where you can step back in time to old San Francisco and grab a coffee and a pastry or muffin. Personally I’ve always loved this bakery, as has my family. There’s plenty of seating inside but if you can’t get a seat, try looking in the alleyway out the back door of the shop, there’s a few extra seats out there.
- Casey’s Corner – Presented by Coca Cola, Casey’s Corner is a baseball themed quick service restaurant located on the corner of Main Street. Just like Casey’s Corner at Magic Kingdom in Orlando they specialise in hot dogs.
- Cookie Kitchen – As the name suggests, this is where you can buy freshly baked delicious cookies.
- Market House Deli – Here you will find sub sandwiches to eat as well as a few salads.
- Plaza Gardens – This is a big buffet restaurant that also offers a buffet character dining experience for breakfast.
- Gibson Girl – This is a spot for you to get a serving of different Ben & Jerry’s flavours. It is also a very popular place to Instagram a pic of your ice cream in front of the sign out front.
- The Ice Cream Company – This is another ice cream location on Main Street but also a good counter service spot to pick up a hot or cold drink on your way into or out of the park.
- Walt’s – This is, in my opinion, the best option on Main Street. Yes it is expensive but the theming is just to die for. This is essentially a tribute to Walt’s life as a restaurant plus the food is pretty good too.
- The Coffee Grinder – Here is another spot for you to have a caffeine fix or get a drink to warm you up during the winter.
- Cafe Hyperion – We found this really helpful as there is plenty of seating and it is actually the only place to get food in Discoveryland. The menu is just beef, fish or chicken burger meal deals but they are pretty decent quality for a theme park. You might even catch one of the performances from acts invited from around the world while you’re there.
- Au Chalet de la Marionnette – This is an Alpine Village themed restaurant and, as the name suggests, is right by the Pinocchio ride. Here you can get meal deals that include roast chicken and burgers etc.
- Auberge de Cendrillon – This is the DLP version of Cinderella’s Royal Table at Walt Disney World, which is a table service character dining experience. You will first be greeted by the mice and then dine with royalty in the banquet hall. Young guests are encouraged to dress up if they want to. The meal itself is a 3 course meal specialising in French cuisine and costs €77 for adults and €45 for children.
- Fantasia Gelati – This is the Fantasyland counter service ice cream location that is great for a quick sweet treat.
- Pizzeria Bella Notte – This serves pizza and pasta and has the exact same menu as Colonel Hathi’s Pizza Post mentioned below.
- Toad Hall – This was our first food stop on our trip last summer (if you want more details of that we have a trip summary post) and we must admit as two Brits the fish and chips was pretty good. Also the theming is so cute in there.
- Captain Jacks – Located next to Pirates of the Caribbean, this is a pirate-themed restaurant that specialises in seafood and Creole cooking. Just be warned the food here is pretty pricey, but if you have it on your meal plan it’s definitely worth a visit.
- Colonel Hathi’s Pizza Post – Once an Explorer’s Club, this is now a favourite hang out spot for some of your favourite Jungle Book characters and features an Italian feast with plenty of pizza and pasta.
- Agrabah Cafe – This is a buffet restaurant with a selection of Middle Eastern food. Personally I think for a buffet this location is very reasonably priced at around €33 for adults.
- Hakuna Matata – I think this is a great option for a counter service location as it has some different food options such as rice and a kebab. Plus this is a great themed restaurant.
- Fuente del Oro Restaurante – Here you’ll find Tex Mex options and last time we went it was themed for Coco which was really fun and colourful. Menu items include some great loaded fries, burritos and fajitas.
- Last Chance Cafe – I don’t know what it is about Frontierland and Tex Mex but this is another Tex Mex location; however this does have different menu items such as potato skins and chicken wings.
- Silver Spur Steakhouse – This is a steakhouse right by Big Thunder Mountain and has some great food options. What I especially like about this menu is there is both a regular menu and two set menu options so there is plenty of variety.
- The Lucky Nugget Saloon – To me this seems like a bit of a strange dining option as it is still a counter service location with meal deals but they are significantly more expensive than the other options at €22 for either fish and chips, a burger or ribs.
- Cowboy Cookout Barbeque – If you were considering the Lucky Nugget I would definitely go here instead for this land as the menus are quite similar but this venue has much better prices.
So that’s all for today guys. We really hope that you enjoyed this post and found it helpfu, and if you want to know about any of the restaurants at Disney Village at DLP, we have a post for that too. Make sure you tell us on social media what place is your favourite and check out our other Disney posts because we have a lot now, just click on the Disney tab on our website. As always guys until next time thanks for the adventure, now go have a new one!