Disney Dining, Paris

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    Silver spur steakhouse: Good choice and good price

    by whitelilysummerain Updated Aug 15, 2006

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    I ate in this restauraunt first of all, this was the swankiest restaurant we encountered within Disneyland and all the waitress's wore old wild west costumes.
    The two course set meal was 18 euros per person and we enjoyed it although it was limited in choice as all of these set menus are in Paris. We had to ask for this menu though which was called Express as this two course option was advertised outside but not in the menu we were given. It was 10 Euros for the childrens option. The waitress was rather dizzy though she brought food we hadn't ordered, my coffee was cold and she got my desert wrong. Good food bad service. This restaurant had toilets, only one other restaurant in Disney we ate in also had toilets inside it which suprised me as its can't be due to lack of size. It cost about 61 euros for 2 adults and one childs meal so drinks must of been expensive.
    I was pleasantly suprised at the choice and price of the food within Disney, and the kids were always happy which was most important. We tended just to go in the nearest place to us when hungry, we were sadly too tight for time to be have had any other way of choosing where to eat.

    Favorite Dish: I had a salad served in a big Taco with a divine dressing on it, it was really good. My crepe desert was also good even though I asked for profitorols.

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    at the Walt Disney park each...

    by catnl Updated May 31, 2006

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    at the Walt Disney park each day you can go to the Buffaloo Bill's show. great, you can sit behind special small long tables and watch the show while youre eating beans mixed with vegetables and meat, we call it chili con carne. here we drunk 1/2 ltr. pints of cold beer hmmm:-)) its worthwhile,go and see for yourself

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    Annette's Diner: 60's America at Annette's Diner (Disney Village)

    by Meadows11 Written Mar 14, 2005

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    A very fun retro diner, which you can't miss as you head in to Disney village. In front of the place it is decked out with uber cool 60's cars, and when you go inside it will feel like you've been transported back to the past. Witha stereotypical look, that you will recognise from so many movies, it allows you to really get caught up in the atmospheric theme!

    The food here is very basic, but they do the simple things well. The roller skateing waitresses are always happy to help, and the music is again in keeping with the retro theme. A fun, and enjoyable meal.

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    Disney Dining: Meet the animals at the Rainforest Café

    by Dutchnatasja Written Dec 7, 2004

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    Rainforest Caf��

    The Rainforest Café is a rainforest themed restaurant. During diner every half hour you’ll see the thunder and lightning storms. Cascading waterfalls, giant salt water aquariums with beautiful fish in it. The animals will also comes to life, like some monkeys, birds and some really noisy elephants. It depends on what period you are in Disneyland Paris, but it can be busy during rush hours. Then the waiting lines begins outside.

    The food is good, a great variety of meals, so there is something for everybody. Inspired by Mexican, Italian, Cajun, or Caribbean flavors, Rainforest Cafe's menu has something to excite your taste from exotic to traditional.

    I would definitely recommend it to families, it made eating out with the kids a real pleasure.

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    Disney Dining: "Happy Days" at Annette's Diner!

    by Dutchnatasja Written Dec 7, 2004

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    Located outside the park is Disney village which has various restaurants.One place that is worth a visit is Annette’s Diner. A Cadillac and a Corvette are standing at the entrance. So you can’t walk by and miss this restaurant. It is our favourite place to have lunch.

    The “Happy Days” are back in this décor of the 50’s with roller skater waiters, Rock and Roll music. For lunch we always go outside the park and stop by Annette’s Diner. Go there early or after the rush, and you can sit quietly and relax. I think this is the best restaurant to have lunch.
    Burgers, fries and shakes are all on the menu.

    * Type of service: Table service

    * Menu Items: Burgers, shakes, chilli, hot dog, ice cream, sundaes.

    * Hours: Open all day

    Favorite Dish: Chiliburger and fishburger.

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    Disney Dining: Big enough Billy ????

    by neilward Written Oct 19, 2004

    This was a baseball themed cafe,not too bad a queue,polite staff,and again,spotless.
    Food was averagely priced for Disneyland,you expect it after a while.

    Favorite Dish: We all had and enjoyed huge Hot Dogs,and a few cokes,no pressure on you to eat and leave,very pleasant way to spend and hour.

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    the restaurant from the New...

    by catnl Updated May 31, 2006

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    Hotel Newport Walt Disney Resoirt Paris

    the restaurant from the New Portbay hotel is great.
    Service is great, there are buffets for breakfast lunch and dinner where you can choose whatever you like

    Favorite Dish: i like everything

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    Blue Lagoon Restaurant: Blue Lagoon Restaurant

    by wbozic Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    Since you are inside the ride, you can view passengers while you eat in a South Seas setting.

    Favorite Dish: Too tough to narrow to just one item. Everything is great.

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