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    Back Drop Express: Self Service & a bit of cleaning

    by scottishvisitor Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    We stopped here for a rest and a serious need for some coffee. Kyle was about to eat his candy floss when we noticed the glass topped tables were very dirty indeed. Fishing in my bag for a wet wipe soon solved the problem but really - self service OK - but not self cleaning - I would expect better but apart from the cashiers in side taking your cash we never clapped eyes on a member of staff

    Favorite Dish: The cafe only has pre packed sandwiches and hot and cold drinks. The kids had fresh orange and coca cola, we adults opted for a coffee which despite being in a plastic cup was very good

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    Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show: Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show part I

    by a5floor Written Oct 2, 2009
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    While you are at Eurodisney, you should go to Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. This is a show with horses/buffalo's/some Disney figures while you are eating. It is such a great show and amazing thing to see!!

    If you are a vegetarian (like me), you should ask for it while you are showing your entrance card to the people. You will get a card that says 'vegetarian meal'. When you are seating, you should show this ticket the staff.

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    Rainforest Cafe: A Total Waste of Time & Money

    by scottishvisitor Updated May 13, 2007

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    The Rainforest Cafe was a total waste of time and money. You book your table ouside and eventually you are called forward with the anticipation your table is ready. Not quite - more standing around looking at the fish tanks (this was the only good bit). After a long and boring wait we were eventually shown to a table. Drinks were ordered and served quite quickly and six meals chosen by very hungry and tired people. The meal eventually arrived and disappointment followed very quickly. Food was cold, semi cooked, I could go on but sufice to say you would be better off at MacDonalds and at a fraction of the cost.

    Favorite Dish: I would strongly suspect it wouldn't matter what you chose nothing could be described as a favourite dish. Oh were we asked if we enjoyed our meal? Staff here are so rushed they don't give a damn.

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    King Ludwig's Castle: A Taste of Germany in France

    by scottishvisitor Updated May 13, 2007

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    King Ludwig's Castle was inspired around the design of Neucshwanstein Castle in Germany. We really enjoyed the German atmosphere including the wandering musicians who went from table to table inviting people to join in their drumming. Seating was traditional too with long tables and plenty of room for our party of six. I especially liked the stained glass and the fun place mats with old menus from the Kings table = a bit of kidology never hurt anyone

    Favorite Dish: Most of the dishes are Bavarian style and quite authentic with traditional German Beer and wine. We all enjoyed our meal here, I had Bavarian sausage on a bed of cabbage served with gravy, Kenny and Lorna had chicken salad and Grant chose a steak with all the trimmings. The kids had their own menu in the form of a little booklet "Petits Dragons" with puzzles inside to keep them amused. The Kid's Menu included a main course - dessert and a soft drink for 11euros 50 which I thought was very good value.

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    The Lucky Nugget: Have Lunch with the Characters

    by scottishvisitor Updated May 13, 2007

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    The Lucky Nugget is the place to go with children to meet with their favourite Disney characters. The resaurant is themed as you would expect, its like being inside an old theatre. Seating for singles or couples is ringed around the outside, family tables are arranged in the middle. Booking is essential for breakfast and lunch. A real feel good factor and a fun place to eat. Staff here are very child friendly the kids got a little toy and a lolllipop when we were leaving

    Favorite Dish: Meals here are buffet style, a wide choice of starters, main courses and yummy desserts are on offer for 30 euros per person children under twelve half price. We weren't too hungry on arrival, but found ourselves going back and forth to the buffet selecting small amounts of food until we were completely full. The desserts were too tempting to miss out on I settled for the really fruity raspberry jelly which was crammed with fresh raspberries

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    Cowboy Cookout Barbecue: Yeeehaa!!

    by Martinewezel Updated Dec 30, 2006

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    The legends of the Wild West alive and kicking in fast food style.
    When coming in the barn, the smell of burning wood and BBQ sauce is teasing your nose.
    Still... BBQ doesn't shows. It must be an artificial smell. I've stoken my nose in the fireplace in the center more than once, but even this one isn't smelling like wood. Strange.

    Favorite Dish: At noon there are long queues of people ordering Mickey menus,
    These are quite hamburgers, spare ribs or roasted chicken in cardboard recipients.
    This place is great for a little appetite around 4 pm or just before noon, while less crowded.
    At noon there is a live cowboy band playing C&W music. Ambiance!

    Tip: Have a closer look at the chairs. They are all different. There is a historic reason for this. Perhaps interesting to look it up?

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    Annette's Diner: A stop on Route 66

    by Martinewezel Updated Dec 30, 2006

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    If you like to experience the atmosphere of an authentic Route 66 diner restaurant, then this is the place to be! Have a dinner in a 50's decor. Hop on a stool at the counter or take a seat at one of the tables. The large simili leather benches made me think ath the "Happy Days" show. I wouldn't have been surprized if I would have seen "THE FONZ" coming in.
    The waitresses are not roller skating, but they look 50's and they walk around with the typical coffee pot.
    Each table has a little private juke box with old hits on the list. Too bad it seemed fake. Also the big juke box against the wall didn't work. Apart from this, the whole area exudes rock and roll.

    Favorite Dish: It was really difficult to choose. But one thing is certain: you'll need to ask a doggy bag.
    Too bad Europeans don't know this habit.

    Specialities are giant burgers and fries, big salads, large milk shakes. And they sure are tasty! As in the USA!

    On the picture: an Asian Salad with chicken, soy sauce and more... it was delicious!
    Also check out the other pictures to see the inside of the restaurant.

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    The Lucky Nugget Saloon: What a mess!

    by Martinewezel Updated Dec 30, 2006

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    Lucy Nugget Saloon

    Combining Western and Victorian styles, this place recreates the extravagant saloon bar décor, typical of the more disreputable parts of San Francisco in the late 1800s.
    The restaurant is awesome, beautiful and pompous, at least when there are no customers!
    Around 12, the place turns into a noisy, boisterous mess. We got a table in the middle of the restaurant and had to move up every other 10 seconds to allow a waither to pass or a customer on his way to the buffet. (see action picture at the right)
    Around 12.30 a band came playing some music. Great! Too bad they left after 15 minutes already.
    Next the Disney characters came in. They jumped and bumped around between the tables making fun... they sure know how to stir an audience. Immediately the restaurant was filled with crying children... ufff!

    Well, if you have children, and of course if you are here for fun, I should say "go for it!" Your children won't get bored, they don't have to wait for their meal. But make sure you don't get a table in the buffet area!

    Favorite Dish: The buffet is delicious:
    first course : cold vegetables, eggs, salads...
    main dish:
    chili con carne, wraps,chopped ribs with bbq sauce (highly recommended), chicken, fish, roast beef, rice, fries, and various vegetables...
    dessert:
    fruit salad, apple pie, pan cakes, jello, brownies, and a delicious dark pie with raisins...yummie

    But, if I may give my opinion... the buffet from the Plaza Gardens restaurant is nicer!

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    Colonel Hathi's Pizza Outpost: Have a meal in an Indiana Jones decor

    by Martinewezel Updated Dec 30, 2006

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    We use to go to this restaurant for a fast snack or a cheap meal. It's one of the multiple Disney fast food restaurants, but one with a ++++

    Let me be honest... in this restaurant we never had to search for a place to sit, the service was always ok, and the personnel was never overstressed.
    The pizzas are "so so", but it's food. You'll like it cause your kids will like it. What do you need more?

    Favorite Dish: Favorite dish?
    We don't go here to eat, just to feed ourself, he he.
    If you feel ok with a cardboard box containing a rubber pizza, a set of plastic cutlery and a beaker of Coke... then this is the place to be!

    We like this Disney Fast food restaurant over all the others! Not because of the food, but because of the magnificent decor, the music... and most of all... it's never overcrowded!

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    Chuck Wagon Cafe: Need a little rest?

    by Martinewezel Updated Dec 30, 2006

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    Most people don't want to spoil their time by leaving the park at noon. At the other hand it can be very crowded in the park restaurants between 11.30 and 1pm. Especially in the cheaper fast food restaurants.
    Stress assured!

    A good alternative is a 10 minutes walk to hotel Cheyenne, where you can have sustaining food for about the same price of a hamburger with fries bought in the park.
    The restaurant (Chuck Wagon Cafe) opens at 12.30.

    For those who don't like to walk, they can take the hotel bus (free) at the TGV station.

    Favorite Dish: No doubt: Assiette texane (Texas plate): chicken, porc, beef, onion rings, cole slaw and barbecue sauce.
    As most people spend the whole day in the park, the menue is rather limited at noon.
    At the other hand, if you don't need a 4**** meal, but just a good dish you are at the right place.

    Apart from previous dish there is a salmon dish, vegetable lasagne, spaghetti and a large salad bar.

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    Silver Spur Steakhouse: Steak, steak, steak

    by Martinewezel Updated Dec 30, 2006

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    Great décor. Old western theming, with cow pelt leather chairs, big chandeliers, a fitted carpet and open grill in the back of the restaurant. While sitting at your table, you can see the cooks preparing your meal. Occasionally they stir up the fire to impress the clients. Specialities are T-bone steaks and prime ribs.

    No table cloth on the table, which is poor for this kind of luxury restaurant.

    Booking is recommended around 11 am.

    The food is ok, even if you don’t order steak.

    Nice, but busy restaurant.

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    Walt's: Tasteful interior and stressless meal!

    by Martinewezel Updated Dec 30, 2006

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    The full service restaurant is named to Mickey's creator: Walt Disney. The ground floor (a hotel from the early 1900's ) is a minuscule museum with picures of Walt and his work, a piano, a few seats...

    An old nice decorated dark metal elevator, or a charming staircase leads you to the restaurant on the first floor.
    Not a hall, but several connecting themed dining rooms, such as the "Fantasyland room", the "Adventureland room" and the "Discoveryland room", dedicated to Jules Verne.

    Splendid!
    Don't forget to reserve a table around 11 am. The restaurant is only open at noon.

    Favorite Dish: Meat and fish dishes. Mixed salads.
    Vegetarian options available.
    The menue has a quite limited choice, but the food is delicious.

    And the service is excellent,
    Your dinner is served on a table cloth and instead of plastic forks, you'll have silver. Not really necessary, but it makes the difference.

    If you like to enjoy a stressless and excellent meal, this is your place! (the reason why kids might not like this restaurant)

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    Plaza Gardens: Buffet à discrétion

    by Martinewezel Updated Dec 30, 2006

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    A Victorian style restaurant with table service and a large buffet for all tastes.

    Just as all the other Disney restaurant, the interior is nicely themed.

    Sometimes a live band is entertaining the guests. Last time I was there, there was a Dixieland band.

    Favorite Dish: Buffet featuring Caesar salad, veal, grilled salmon, roast chicken, lasagna, and steak, with several vegetables and potatoes.

    Desserts include a cheese platter, fruit, pies,chocolate mousse, and crème brûlée.

    Cloth serviettes, and silver cutlery but no table cloth :-) Strange combination!

    This restaurant is rather busy, but with a rapid flow.
    Booking a table in advance (around 11 am) is recommended.

    After Walt's this is our favorite restaurant in Disneyland Paris.

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  • Pizzeria Bella Notte Buitoni: Pizza at Disneyland

    by Fra.da. Written Aug 20, 2006

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    My meal!

    You find this outlet in Fantasyland. Pizza is not hand made of course, but made in Italy by Buitoni. You have a choice of four kind of Pizzas. Not too bad, quite expansive (9 €). Restaurant is usually veri crowded. The same pizzas are sold at Colonel Hathi's Pizza Outpost in Adventureland.

    Favorite Dish: Italian pizza and some other kind of Italian food. I have eaten a Pizza and I still suggest eating Pizza rather then pasta

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    PLAZA GARDEN: BREAKFAST FIT FOR A KING

    by BerniShand Updated Mar 14, 2006

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    an all you can eat American style breakfast in the company of some of Disneys fanmous characters, your little ones may spend more time jumping up to get autographs than eating their eggs before they get cold but this was a real fun experience

    the breakfast was very good thoiugh the queue moved very slowly, there were sausages, bacon, grilled tomatoed, baked beans, scrambled eggs and omlettes, in addition to cold meats, cheeses, and preserves to eat with croissants and rolls

    tea, coffee and chocolate were served at the table, if you want refills then memorise the shape of the pot your chosen drink was served in and then you know which waiter to ask for more

    there are two sittings foir the character breakfast, we had the 9.30 one, as 7.30 is too early for breakfast with Goofy

    Favorite Dish: ummm.....let me think.... that would be BREAKFAST

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