Eating at Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris is an incredible place to experience magical adventures with the whole family. Whether you decide to spend just one day or more here, you will surely get hungry at some point.
Disneyland Paris Park is packed with fantastic eateries where you can taste delicious food. In addition to the restaurants inside this park, you will find dining options inside the Parc Walt Disney Studios, Disney Village, and Disney Hotels.
There are also dedicated picnic areas outside the parks if you don’t fancy sitting in a restaurant. And if you prefer a cheap or homemade meal, know that you can bring food from the outside and have it in one of the many pretty corners of Disneyland Paris Park.
However, for a well-rounded experience, we suggest you eat in one of the fabulous Disneyland Paris restaurants. Keep reading to discover the best restaurants in Disneyland Paris.
Disneyland Paris Restaurants
Disneyland Paris has over 50 themed restaurants scattered all over the Park where you can have magical meals. Depending on the Disneyland Paris restaurant, you will find an à la carte menu or an all-you-can-eat buffet.
All the Disneyland Paris food served is prepared with the highest standard and freshly cooked, so you can’t go wrong with whatever restaurant you choose. Just keep in mind that booking in advance is compulsory.
Following is the list of the best restaurants Disneyland Paris has to offer, how to book your table, and what to eat. To help you find your bearings in Disneyland Paris, we mention the Park area where the restaurant is located and the closest Disneyland Paris rides to each restaurant.
1. Plaza Gardens Disneyland Paris
The Plaza Gardens Restaurant Disneyland Paris is at the end of Main Street USA. Right beside it, you will find the entrance to Discoveryland, with fantastic attractions.
The Disneyland Paris Plaza Gardens is the perfect place to experience Victorian splendor. This opulent pavilion hosts guests in sumptuous rooms with tall mirrors and colossal chandeliers. The beautiful decor and the presence of Mickey Mouse and other Disney stars showing up for supper is the main reason to eat at Plaza Gardens Disneyland Paris.
At this eatery, you will find a continental all-you-can-eat buffet with vegetarian options for a unique Disneyland Paris dining experience.
2. Walt’s Restaurant Disneyland Paris
Located right on Main Street USA, Walt’s Disneyland Paris is the Park’s iconic restaurant. Nearby you will find the Emporium shop, where you can buy your Mickey or Minnie ear hat or headband to prepare for the magical day.
As the name of this Disneyland Paris restaurant suggests, it pays tribute to Walt Disney himself. You can choose to eat in one of the six dining rooms that are inspired by the six lands of Disneyland. The restaurant is also sprinkled with easter eggs for the joy of big Walt Disney fans!
At Walt’s Restaurant Disneyland Paris, the à la carte menu proposes refined American dishes with vegetarian and vegan options.
3. Auberge de Cendrillon Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris’ Auberge de Cendrillon is located in Fantasyland, near Le Carrousel de Lancelot.
You will be the protagonist of a fairytale while eating at Auberge de Cendrillon Disneyland Paris! The five beautifully decorated dining rooms pay homage to Disney’s fairy tales.
If you are interested in character dining, Disneyland Paris offers a couple of options, like the Auberge de Centrillon. Sit among regal tapestries, columns, and fireplaces, and get ready to meet your favorite Disney princesses and princes. The highlight of Auberge de Cendrillon is the presence of Disney characters coming to say hi and taking pictures with you.
Auberge de Cendrillon Disneyland Paris serves an à la carte gastronomic experience with refined French dishes. At Auberge de Cendrillon, you will find some vegetarian and vegan options.
4. Captain Jack’s Disneyland Paris
In the area of the park called Adventureland is Captain Jack’s restaurant. The closest attraction is the fun-filled Pirates of the Caribbean. Actually, the tables located by the underground river can see the rowdy rogues of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction sailing by.
At Disneyland Paris Captain Jack’s, you will enter a tavern on the shores of a torch-lit cave. In true Pirate of the Caribbean style, the atmosphere is sizzling but intimate, and the servers’ pirates’ garb will make you feel like you are dining back in the days when fierce pirates sailed the seven seas.
This eatery serves à la carte Caribbean-inspired dishes. At Captain Jack’s, you can eat seafood, meats, and vegetarian and vegan dishes.
5. Agrabah Café Disneyland Paris
In the heart of Adventureland, located beside Le Passage Enchanté d’Aladdin, is the enchanting restaurant Agrabah Café Disneyland Paris.
Get ready to step into a magical reign where the famous tales of the 1001 Arabian Nights come to life! The location looks like an Arabian souk decorated everywhere with colorful pillows, comfy babouches, and “flying” carpets.
The Agrabah Café is one of the Disneyland Paris buffet restaurants. This eatery serves an all-you-can-eat buffet with Moroccan, Middle Eastern, and vegetarian dishes.
5. Silver Spur Steakhouse Disneyland Paris
Another great dining option at Frontierland, the Silver Spur Steakhouse, is located right across the Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing.
Step inside the restaurant’s bright red building to be in a large room with chic wooden decor and an open kitchen to watch the chefs at work. The Silver Spur Steakhouse is a perfect mix between an elegant Western-style gentlemen’s club and a busy far west saloon. So if your mood is “the wild west meets luxurious,” you will adore dining at Silver Spur Steakhouse!
Although this Restaurant in Disneyland Paris is mainly a BBQ & Steakhouse, the à la carte menu tries to please vegetarians and vegans with some delicious dishes.
6. The Lucky Nugget Saloon Disneyland Paris
Head to Frontierland, near the Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing, for a special meal at Lucky Nugget Saloon.
As soon as you pass through the batwing doors, you will be in the middle of the Far West action! Sit in the gold rush saloon room and enjoy your meal while watching a fantastic show mixing Western stories and Disney characters.
At the Lucky Nugget Saloon Disneyland Paris, you will be served Tex-Mex and American dishes. In the à la carte menu, you will also find a couple of vegetarian options.
How to Book a Restaurant in Disneyland Paris
Restaurants in Disneyland Paris sell out incredibly fast, so booking your favorite restaurant well in advance is key for a successful day at the Park. Guests at Disneyland Hotels can reserve their restaurant of choice when booking the room.
If you will stay at a Disneyland hotel, we suggest you take advantage of this advance booking: you just need to add your hotel booking reference in the Disneyland Official App. If you are curious to discover which are the best hotels in Disneyland Paris, take a look at this article.
If you are not a Disneyland Hotel guest, you can still reserve your table in a restaurant through the app, but only two months in advance. Bear in mind, however, that 20,000 Disneyland Hotel guests could book a table before you do, so the most popular restaurants could be sold out for your dates (check out this Disneyland Paris crowd calendar).
Booking the restaurant via the Disneyland app is free. However, you can only book one restaurant per meal. This means that if you stay one day inside the park, you will exclusively be able to reserve one restaurant for lunch and one restaurant for dinner, not multiple restaurants per meal.
Restaurants in Disneyland Paris Booking Process
Once you download the app, the first thing you will need to do is create an account. Now that you are all set, it is time to check for a restaurant in Disneyland Paris.
On the top of the app homepage, click “book a table.” You can scroll through all the different dining options and filter the research based on the
When clicking “find a table” on your selected Disneyland Paris restaurant, the app will ask for the date you intend to reserve the table, how many people will dine, and what meal you want to book (breakfast? lunch?). At this point, you will have the full list of eateries available for that date and number of people.
Once you decide which restaurant from the ones with spots available looks best, you will need to select the time slot. The app will then ask for your email address and phone number. You can also add any special requests, including dietary allergies, if you want a birthday cake, or a high chair for your little one. Then you will only need to click on “confirm booking.”
It’s that simple to reserve a restaurant in Disneyland Paris for a memorable meal!