Are you looking for the best Disneyland Paris restaurants to eat at during your stay? In this guide we will rank Disneyland Paris restaurant from best to worst and let you know what to expect from the different dining experiences on offer in both the Disneyland Paris Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.
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Overview of Disneyland Paris Restaurants
At Disneyland Paris there are three types os restaurants in the park themselves. These are classified as:
- Quick Service Restaurants
- Table Service Restaurants
- Character Dining Restaurants.
And on top of the restaurants in the park there are also restaurants in the Disney village, the shopping area outside of the main park gates and there are also restaurants in all of the Disneyland Paris on-site hotels.
We will look at these in depth to let you know which are the best and the worst restaurants at Disneyland Paris.
But before we get into this it is also worth knowing some of our Disneyland Paris dining tips
Buy your tickets in advance
Firstly if you are traveling to Disneyland Paris and have not yet got your tickets and reservations go get them NOW!
Disneyland Paris requires dated reservations and if you are staying off-site at Disneyland Paris your tickets aren’t including in your reservation.
Disneyland Paris park full sign
Therefore to ensure you can enter the park on your dates of travel it is important to buy your tickets in advance. We have been to the park on many occasions and have seen the park full during peak times and have seen people turned away. So do be sure to get your tickets in advance. You can check prices and availability here.
Important Dates for Disneyland Paris Dining
So now you have your tickets there are a couple of key dates that you need to know especially if you want to book some table service or character dining experiences at Disneyland Paris.
Depending on where you are staying and the restaurant you want to dine in, the reservations open either:
- 12 months in advance for on-site dates
- 60 days in advance for off site guests.
Many of the table service and fine dining restaurants book up quickly so as soon as your reservation opens be sure to be ready to make your reservations. This is particularly important if you are traveling at peak time such as at Christmas or during the peak summer months such as July and August.
Reservations can be made either via phone or via the Disneyland Paris app. We usually use the app as we find it the easiest and quickest way to get your reservations.
However if you are late making your reservation or struggle to get the time or restaurant you want we recommend to seep checking even up to your desired date.
It is even worth at some restaurants such as Auberge de Cendrillon checking once you are in the park as you never know when a cancellation will happen and I have found the staff at all the restaurants very helpful.
Download the App
The Disneyland Paris is an essential app to have on your phone both for in the park and before you go. In fact it is one of our top Disneyland Paris tips to have this app on your phone and knowing how to use it.
Before you go you can use the apps to make dining reservations but also can be used to do mobile ordering at the quick service restaurants. Mobile ordering can save you lots of time at quick service restaurants as it means you don’t have to queue.
How Much are Meals at Disneyland Paris?
The prices of meals at Disneyland Paris vary based on whether or not you have a meal plan or not, and whether you are eating at table service or quick service restaurants.
Quick service restaurants are the cheapest way to eat at Disneyland Paris and meals usually cost around 15 Euros for a deal for adults and 9 Euros for children.
While at the table service restaurants you can spend anywhere between 40-5o euros at the lower end or c.90 Euros at the Princess dining lunch at dinner at Auberge de Cendrillon.
Don’t Plan on using a stroller
If you are traveling to Disneyland Paris with a baby, or even if you with a toddler at Disneyland Paris, don’t expect to use strollers at the restaurants or plan for meals during nap time.
Many of the restaurants whether table service or quick service require you to leave the the stroller/pram/buggy outside of the restaurant. Therefore be sure to time your mealtimes not during your little ones nap time otherwise you may end up waking them to take them inside.
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Disneyland Paris Restaurants
So before we can get into the ranking and information on the restaurants in the park we thought it would be useful to list out the types of restaurant each is and which of the 2 Disneyland Paris parks it is in.
List Quick Service Restaurants at Disneyland Paris
Quick Service restaurants are as the name suggest restaurants where you can get food quickly aka the fast food type restaurants.
These are the most popular type of restaurants at Disneyland Paris and these are more numerous than the other types of restaurants in the park.
While many of these restaurants serve the typical fast foods of burger, fries, and hot dogs there are some more unique food choices which we will outline when we rank the restaurants below.
However first we will list all of the quick service restaurants in each park so you have an idea of what to look at for when you are looking at the park map.
Disneyland Park Quick Service Restaurants
The Quick service restaurants in the Disneyland Park are:
Au Chalet de la Marionnette
A Pinocchio themed restaurant that has German inspired foods such as bratwursts and schnitzels.
Pizzeria Bella Notte
An Italian eatery in Fantasy land that offers Mickey pizza.
Cable Car Bake Shop
A cake and patisserie shop on Main Street. I like this place as it is one of the places that usually opens just after Early Magic Hours where you can sit down with a coffee.
This is a hot dog restaurant at the corner on the end of Main Street which has an amazing view of the Disneyland Paris castle.
This Tomorrowland Eatery is great for burgers and if you are visiting Disneyland Paris in December you will get to watch some of the Disney Christmas shows.
Colonel Hathi’s Pizza Outpost
As the name suggests a great place to get Mickey Pizzas at Disneyland Paris and comes with a Jungle Book theme.
another cake shop on Main Street and a great place to get Mickey beignets at Disneyland PAris.
Cowboy Cookout Barbecue
This Frontier land Restaurant is great for BBQ food. I really like this restaurant as it never gets too crowded and there is even live music sometimes.
Fuente del Oro Restaurante
This is a tex mex style restaurant which shows cantina style, quick service restaurant serving burritos.
Last Chance Café
The Last Chance Cafe is the only place in Disneyland Paris where you can buy turkey legs.
The Lucky Nugget Saloon
This is a casual restaurant with a gold rush theme and serves ribs, burgers and other favourites. It is more expensive than some other quick service restaurants but has one of the better atmosphere and doesn’t feel quite as hectic as some of the others.
Market House Deli
Another main street eatery that serves amazing Croque Monsieurs.
This Fantasyland stall offers sweet treats with an Alice in Wonderland theme sweets. My favorite is the Alice in Wonderland Ice creams. While here be sure to look for the Hidden Mickey on top of the building.
range of sweet treats, ice creams, popcorn and refreshments available from this small stand tucked away in Fantasyland, inspired by Walt Disney’s classic short film
Restaurant Agrabah Café
Restaurant Agrabah Café is a buffet restaurant in Adventureland that serves Middle Eastern food that is very good if you are a vegan at Disneyland Paris.
Restaurant Hakuna Matata
This Adventureland restaurant is similar to those found in Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World. It has African food and is themed from the lion king and has very generous portions.
Toad Hall Restaurant
Toad Hall Restaurants is one of the best Disneyland Paris restaurants for vegans as it makes an amazing vegan fish and chips swell as regular versions. However I find this place to be one of the busiest quick service restaurants in the park due to its Fantasyland location.
The Coffee Grinder
Tt always surprises me the lack of good coffee in the park. However if you want to have coffee in the Disneyland park then the best place to head is the Coffee Grinder on Main Street.
The Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlour
The Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlour is on Main Street and serves Ben and Jerry’s ice cream.
Victoria’s Home-Style Restaurant
This is an old fashioned restaurant with a 19th century-style boarding house theme. Here you can grab pastries and gourmet sweets as well as drinks.
Walt Disney Studios Quick Service Restaurants
Restaurant en Coulisse
This is a burger and chicken nuggets eatery. There is nothing wrong here but it doesn’t make it into our favorite list because it is not the most unique food at Disneyland Paris.
Stark Factory, Avengers Campus
The Stark Factory at the Avengers Campus serves pizza and pasta and has great theming if slightly unoriginal meals.
Super Diner, Avengers Campus
Another Avengers Campus restaurant that has a Peggy Carter and Captain America theme given it’s 1950s theming. It serves up NY classic Reubens which are genuinely delicious.
Food Trucks at Walt Disney Studios
There are also two food trucks at Walt Disney Studios Park which are: FAN-tastic Food Truck, which serves New York classic gourmet hot dogs (classic, crispy and vegan) and the Street Pop cheesecake and the WEB Food Truck, Avengers Campus which makes made-to-order Asian noodle dishes and coco balls for dessert.
There is also a foodie festival at Walt Disney Studios during Winter at Disneyland Paris called Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand. This is a seasonal offering and even has some great vegan options.
Table Service Restaurants at Disneyland Paris
Table Service restaurants aren’t as populous as quick service restaurants in Disneyland Paris and it is best to book these in advance to guarantee a table.
These restaurants tend to be more expensive but varies depending on which restaurant you are at.
Disneyland Park Table Service Restaurants
Captain Jack’s Restaurant des Pirates
Captain Jack’s is one of my favorite restaurants in Disneyland Paris as it has an amazing theming. The restaurant is next to and has a view of the Pirates of the Caribbean rides and has carribean influences in its food.
If you like themed restaurants then this one has to be on your Disneyland Paris bucket list.
Silver Spur Steakhouse
The Silver Spur Steakhouse is a steakhouse table service restaurant in Frontierland. Admittedly it is one of the more expensive restaurants in the park and doesn’t have outstanding theming but is a good restaurant for adults visiting Disneyland Paris.
Walt’s often takes the title of best restaurant in Disneyland Paris. It should come as no surprise that it is one of the park’s best restaurants as it bears the founders name.
It serves American food in a European inspired dining room and offers classic comfort food. For adults meals here cost either €55 for starter, main course and dessert or €75 with wine.
The kids meal here is called The Walt’s Steamboat Willie set menu and costs €30 for starter, main course, dessert and drink.
Walt Disney Studios Table Service Restaurants
Bistrot Chez Remy
This ride is maybe the best themed restaurant in the Walt Disney Studios Park. Some tables have views of the Ratatouille ride and has oversized cutlery and chairs and tables are made to make you feel the size of a rat.
This is one of the most popular restaurants in the park so advance reservations are absolutely essential.
This is a buffet restaurant that is themed off Ant Man. As such you can get unusually sized food as atman has used his Pym particle technology to grown and shrink foods.
Character Dining Restaurants at Disneyland Paris
Character Dining Restaurants are some of the most popular restaurants in the park and get booked up far in advance. Therefore try and make reservations for these restaurants as soon as your window for bookings opens.
Currently there are actually only 2 character dining restaurants at Disneyland Paris as Cafe Mickey has now closed, and Inventions, which was located in the Disneyland Hotel is closed for renovations and no news has been announced about whether it will reopen or what will replace it.
It is also worth noting that currently character dining is only available in the Disneyland park. There is no character dining in the Walt Disney Studios Park.
Once announcements have been made we will update this sections.
But onto the ones that are currently open.
Auberge de Cendrillon
Auberge De Cendrillon is my favorite restaurant in the parks period. This is the princess dining experience which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And at this experience you can meet between 3-4 princesses.
Unfortunately no princess is guaranteed however as it is named after Cinderella you can normally expect her, along with her two mice friends, Perla and Suzy along with 203 other princesses.
However this is the most expensive dining experience in the parks at almost 100 Euros per head for adults and 50 Euros per head for children.
It is a gourmet French food experience however and we found the food to be of very high quality. The only downside for some however may be if you are traveling with fussy eaters. My little one loved the chicken and the dessert however the only plain food option is pasta and tomato sauce.
We love this as well, because meeting princess at Disneyland Paris is hard to do. The Princess pavilion in the park often has queues around 2 hours long and you only get to meet one princess. Whereas here you get to meet many more and get an amazing dinner too.
For a full review of the Auberge de Cendrillon food check out this post. And if you do decide to go here and want an amazing interaction check out our post on the best questions to ask Disney princesses.
Plaza Gardens Restaurant
Plaza Gardens is open for Breakfast and dinner but depending on the time you go will depend on the characters you see. This is a buffet dining experience as opposed to the table service at the princess dining.
At plaza Gardens you often get the One Hundred Acre Woods characters over classic Disney characters if you go for breakfast and these aren’t characters my little ones are familiar with so for us we don’t think breakfast is worth it.
However in the evenings you are more likely to see at least a couple of classic characters such as Mickey, Donald or Goofy to name but a few.
Disneyland Paris Hotel Restaurants
If you are on-site guest at Disneyland Paris then you will be pleased to know that each of the hotels has its own restaurants. SOme of these are more quick service and others are table service that require advance reservations – particularly for the restaurants at the New York New York Art of Marvel Hotel.
The restaurants at the on-site hotels include:
- Crockett’s Tavern – a buffet restaurant at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch
- Chuck Wagon Café – an Old Western style buffet restaurant at Hotel Cheyenne.
- La Cantina – a tex mex buffet restaurant at Santa Fe Hotel. This is more informal than some of the others.
- Cape Cod – the buffet restaurants at The Newport Hotel that specialises in seafood buffets.
- Yacht Club – the upscale table service restaurant at Newport Bay Club.
- Hunter’s Grill and Beaver Creek Tavern – the Buffet restaurant at Sequoia Lodge
Please note: the Disneyland Paris restaurant is closed for refurbishment and nothing has been released regarding the restaurants after the refit. Once this has been announced we will update this section and add in our reviews once we have experienced them for ourselves.
Disney Village Restaurants
Disney Village is the area outside of the parks that has restaurants and great shopping. Normally I would list out all of the restaurants in this area however the Disney Village is being completely revamped. The list below contains the restaurants currently open at the Disneyland Village however we will do our best to update this as more openings and closures are announced through the refurbishment.
As such some big names that used to be in the Disney Village have now closed such as King Ludwig’s Castle, Planet Hollywood and Cafe Mickey. Also the old Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show has shut too.
Therefore the list below is complete as of time of writing however will be update as more restaurants are opened in 2023.
This is a 1950s diner in the Disney Village. It gets very popular and often has long queues outside. However this is not my favorite restaurant in the village as we have found the service slow and the food just average in quality.
Earl of Sandwich
This is one of the cheapest ways to eat at Disneyland Paris and offer sandwich meal deals.
La Grange at Billy Bob’s Country Western Saloon
This used to be the Wild West Show but when the French laws changed regarding animals in performances, the show was shut down and replaced with the Billy Bob’s Country Western Saloon.
The global chain that you may find has different offerings to your American and British home menus. We also love the MCCafe which serves traditional French macaroons.
New York Style Sandwich
One of two sandwich shops in the village. This one has more traditional American style sandwiches.
This is by no means unique to Disneyland Paris and is not Disney themed however my kids love the Rainforest Cafe.
Vapianos is a change pizza restaurant that offers good value pizza and pasta and is a very family friendly food offering.
There is also a Starbucks, and a Ben and Jerry’s Shop in the Village.
Expected future openings in the disney Village include:
- Rosalie – a new French Brasserie.
- The Royal Pub – a replacement for King Ludwigs.
So now you know all the restaurants we will turn our attention to list out the best and worst restaurants in different categories.
Best Disneyland Paris Restaurants for Fussy Eaters
If you are traveling to Disneyland Paris with a fussy eater then you will want to know where you can get plain food that kids will love.
The best restaurants at Disneyland Paris for fussy eaters are:
- Cafe Hyperion – one of my favorite burger restaurants in Disneyland Paris
- Plaza Gardens – the best buffet and character dining experience for fussy eaters in the park.
- Lucky Nugget Saloon
- Colonel Hathi’s Pizza outpost – a great place for Mickey pizza.
And if you have an exceptionally fussy eater there is always a MacDonalds in the Village.
Also, it is worse noting that the worst restaurants for fussy eaters in the parks are:
- Auberge de Cendrillon – we loved the food but it is not good for fussy eaters as really the only plain food here was tomato pasta.
- Captain Jack’s – food here has lots of Caribbean influences so not great for those with a spice aversion.
Best Restaurants at Disneyland Paris Ranked (and the worst)
But if you don’t have a fussy eater and want the best quality food we recommend trying:
Auberge De Cendrillon
This is the most expensive restaurant at Disneyland Paris but I think it is really reflected in the quality. Not the best place for fussy eaters but truly magnificent food and with the added bonus of meeting 3-4 princesses without queuing at the Princess Pavillon.
As this restaurant bears the name of the Disney founder you would expect it to be good and Walt’s does not disappoint. This is absolutely one of the best restaurants at Disneyland Paris for adults but also does a lovely kids menu too in a peaceful setting.
I love any restaurant with a ride view. The view of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride along with the Caribbean flavours in the cuisine here make it a must try restaurant for me.
I just love the theming at this Ratatouille themed restaurant.
The best restaurant for Marvel Fans in my opinion and a lovely more grown up experience.
Worst Restaurants at Disneyland Paris
So now you know the best places, what about the worst? Well I have actually never had an awful meal at Disneyland Paris but there are certainly places I like less than others.
So for me the worst restaurants at Disneyland Paris are:
Although this is a great restaurant for fussy eaters, if you are more adventurous you will find this restaurant offerings a little dull. On top of that the queues here get very long and if you want a break it can be quite a noist restaurant to sit in.
This Disney Village restaurant is the place we had the worst meal in any of our visits. The queues here get very long and we find the food here sub par. I know this will be an unpopular choice but we have to talk from personal experience and we really had a bad one here.
I somewhat dislike myself for writing this one on this list so I want to stress that it isn’t because the food isn’t good because we actually love the hot dogs here. However there is limited seating and as this restaurant is on the parade route and has a great spot for the fireworks it is almost impossible to get a seat here. So by all means great a hot dog and go but don’t go here if you expect to have a comfortable seat.
FAQs about Restaurants at Disneyland Paris
Where to find Disneyland Paris Food Menus
Although above we will give you an overview of all the Disneyland Paris restaurants if you want to see the menus for each of these check out the Disneyland Paris dining website.
Is Cafe Mickey still at Disneyland Paris?
Cafe Mickey used to be a character dining restaurant in Disney Village. However this closed pre Covid and is has now been permanently closed and will be replaced with Rosalie, the new French brasserie.
Is Inventions still at Disneyland Paris?
Inventions was another character dining restaurant at Disneyland Paris, but this one was based at the Disneyland Hotel. This hotel is currently closed for a complete refurbishment and no word has been given as to if this is reopening or if not what dining options will be in its place.
Once we have more information we will report back and update the relevant sections and link to our reviews when we have it.
Have you eaten at Disneyland Paris? What is your favorite restaurant and why? We would love to hear your experiences in our comments below.