With my Disneyland trip getting closer and closer I've been looking into what restaurants I want to eat in. We've gone with a half board food package but don't mind spending a bit of extra cash on food or somewhere that we're excited to eat. So here's my Disneyland Paris Restaurant Dreams!
Half board at Disney entitles you to breakfast at your hotel and then a voucher to use within certain restaurants within the park itself. We decided to upgrade to the plus version of half board which gives us a choice of over 15 restaurants within the park! So needless to say I've been doing my research and have decided my 5 places to dine are going to be the following;
The Grange At Billy Bob's Country Western Saloon
Based in the Disney Village, The Grange is an all you can eat Tex-Mex Buffet. There's everything there from Fajitas and Chilli to cheese platters and desserts! Plus the interior decor looks awesome, a proper country and western theme with wooden tables and chairs, guitars on the walls and oil lamps!
As I'm staying in the New York hotel and this sleek looking restaurant is there, it would be lovely to actually eat there one night. Serving up New York style cuisine and teamed with it's gorgeous interior, I'm super excited for this one. I might even have to a have a cocktail or two!
Silver Spur Steakhouse
Down in Frontierland you'll find the Silver Spur Steakhouse, offering up delights such as steaks, burgers and fish. With the half board you get some fab choices from their set menu and it's all in a Western style gentleman's club setting with cow print chairs and gorgeous lights.
Last time I visited Disneyland Paris was for my Honeymoon back in 2012 and we actually stayed in the Newport Bay Hotel but never ate in there apart from breakfast and a few cocktails. This sea themed restaurant offers cod fillets in tempura batter, goats cheese tarts and chocolate fondue for a start! I don't know why we didn't eat in there last time.
This 1930's styled buffet restaurant is based in the New York hotel (another one I can crawl back to my room from once I've eaten too much!). There's lots to pick from starters and mains to a variety of desserts, all New York inspired or International cuisine.
I'm super excited to visit these restaurants as I love going to places that you can't visit anywhere else. Have you been before? I'd love to hear of any experiences you've had!
Until next time,