I chose to eat here because it was the first PH restaurant I've visited. I liked the environment, decorated with movie gizmos/memorabilia and listening to the music while eating.
Favorite Dish: Pasta pomodoro - oh so good. Mr. Sweden went for the swordfish and he liked it.
This is a nice place to eat, but I would suggest eating somewhere that does not exist in America while you're in France. I ate here because the group I was with brought us here. I must admit, it was nice to have a taste of home. The food is traditional American, and I had a hamburger which tasted good. I would suggest buying a "Paris" Planet Hollywood t-shirt if you just stop in because it's a cool souvenir to have. Try a Planet Hollywood in America, but try a true French restaurant while you're in Paris.
Expensive, poor quality restaurant! The other Planet Hollywood's we've been to have had OK food and usually vibrant staff and atmosphere - nothing could be further from the truth here!
Staff only interested in fraternising together, rather than taking any food orders! Food and staff quite predictable but it's the kind of place birthday kids enjoy - they wouldn't even put my child's up on the TV screens because it wasn't an official birthday party!
Good restaurant with a fun ambiance located in the basement of the Planet Hollywood shop. The place is decorated with movie items from films starring Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwartznegger (who are among the owners of this restaurant).
Popular spot for celebrating anniversaries (there were at least two the day I where there).
Good service by lovely waitresses.
Favorite Dish: Try their tastefull hamburgers with french fries.
They also have a good selection of cocktails which is well worth a try.
The Planet Hollywood in Paris' Disney Village is a sight to behold. The design is unique and refreshing, and it actually feels quite dramatic as you walk up the 'tunnel' to enter the restaurant. You get your celebrity palm prints outside as is the standard with the Planet Hollywood chain, and once inside there is a host of nostalgic film memorabelia to admire and reminisce over.
The building has a very American feel to it, and that is reflected strongly in the menu with all the stereotyped American dishes you could imagine. The staff were very friendly, and we even got to keep the Planet Hollywood glasses we drank from! However, despite all these things, the highlight of the place was the toilets. Yep, that's right, the toilets! Not many places would think of making their bathrooms themed and entertaining as well, but once again they have excelled themselves. The sunglass mirrors are awesome!
Favorite Dish: I've ate here twice now, and once I'd finished my second meal there I regretted having not ordered the same as the time before. Not the second meal wasn't satisfying, but the first one was gorgeous. Not the healthiest of dishes I grant you, but it was delicous! A pepperoni pizza wrap, crammed with melted cheese and pepperoni slices, cooked to just the right temperature.
We had spent the day at Euro Disney and were looking forward to out meal in Planet Hollywood, by the time we got to the restaurant it was late evening and the place was busy with people leaving the park. Luckly we were seated within 15 minutes after being told it could be 45 minutes.
All in all, the service was very slow and the meal - when they got it right, was poor and not what we had hoped.
Happy hour during the week at Planet Hollywood runs from 5.30 to 7.30 and includes all drinks half price!
Cheapest drink we had in Paris were here so perch yourself at the bar and order away and maybe order some appetisers to munch on? Some sort of entertainment always going on!
Favorite Dish: All large portions - try the roast beef sandwich - comes with half a potato field as a side though!
The price is a little bit expensive. But the atmosphere is so great, lot of accessories and costumes from movies are decorating this restaurant. Just enter to take a look at these decoration.
Favorite Dish: I hate an entrée of Nachos for about 55 FF and it was very good.
Happy hour starts at 5:30. Drinks are half price, best deal in town. Fun place to stop for drinks, before going out to dinner.
Favorite Dish: Budweiser. Because its cold and cheap.
I know it's kinda weird to eat at an american restaurant chain in Paris, but Planet Hollywood is actually not that bad. They have the "north american" type of service and pretty good food.
The service in Palent Hollywood is extremely slow. The food isn't great and its over priced.
The atmosphere however is good.
Planet Holywood is a very expensive restaurant. You have to stand in line before you get a tabe. I do not recomment eating here.