Probably my favourite Counter Service in DLP is Hakuna Matata.
Located in Adventureland it serves amazing fast food with a slight African twist. (Click Here for menu)
I’d love to say we’ve tried it all, but when I’m in there it’s for two things:
1 – The chicken strips (slightly spicy, very yummy) with Hakuna Fries (also slighty spicy and REALLY yummy.
The spice really is very mild (my daughter has eaten them happily since she was a baby and she’s not that into spicy food.) but give it all a nice flavour and makes a good change from regular fast food.
Now if you look towards the top of that photo you’ll see the second (and if I’m honest, more important) reason a trip to Hakuna is always on the cards for me when I’m in DLP…
Pineapple and Coconut tart!
My favourite sweet treat in all of Disneyland Paris.
They’re baked fresh onsite and are so delicious.
Soft coconut sponge with chunks of real pineapple.
They’d be great accompanied by a Pineapple Whip……
This I just made a plan for my next visit!
If you want to know what’s going on at either Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios, here is the link to the current weekly park programme.
The programme lists opening hours, show and parade times and the time and locations for all official meet and greets, along with any other special events. (Please note that meet and greets in Extra Magic Hours are not listed, and that additional impromptu character meets can happen at any time, at any location around the park with no warning).
Each new programme starts on a Saturday, but is released on the link below at some time on the previous day on the Friday.
(The link takes you to a pdf file on the Disneyland Paris website. On a laptop/PC etc it should open in another tab on your browser; on mobile devices it might open automatically, or just download to your device.)
If you are staying in a Disney hotel you will usually be given a paper copy of the current park programme, along with a copy of the park map. Park programmes and maps are also readily available to all guests; just check the dispensers on the wall as you walk through from the park gates, under Main Street Station, towards Town Square.
Park programmes are usually very similar within a season (Christmas, Halloween, Frozen Summer Fun, Season of the Force, Swing Into Spring etc.). So if your holiday is a little way off, but you would like to do some planning, you can usually get a good idea at least of what might be happening from the current park programme, as long as it is within the same ‘season’.
Whatever your taste or budget, with over 60 restaurants, there’s something to suit almost everyone at Disneyland Paris.
Browse the restaurants below by their location within the Disneyland Paris Resort.
Click here for Restaurant Opening Hours
Click on each Restaurant name to see its menu, price, meal plan information, supplements, reviews and more.
QS – Quick Service, CS – Counter Service, B – Buffet, TS – Table-Service,
CD – Character Dining, DS – Dinner Show
Main Street USA
Walt Disney Studios
- Restaurant En Coulisse (CS)
- Annette’s Diner (TS)
- Billy Bob’s (Bar)
- Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show (DS)
- Café Mickey (TS)
- Earl of Sandwich (CS)*
- Five Guys (CS)*
- King Ludwig’s Castle (TS)*
- La Grange at Billy Bob’s (B)
- Mc Donald’s (CS)*
- New York Style Sandwiches (CS)
- Planet Hollywood (TS)*
- Rainforest Café (TS)*
- Sports Bar (Bar)
- Starbuck’s (CS)*
- The Steakhouse (TS)
- Vapiano (CS)*
*not owned by Disney
Hotel New York
Newport Bay Club
Hotel Santa Fe
Davy Crockett Ranch
Got a free meal plan or thinking about adding one on? Click here for ‘Meal Plans Made Easy’
Click here to find out more about Character Dining at Disneyland Paris.
Click here for information about how Disneyland Paris cater for Food Allergies.
You may make Advanced Dining Reservations (ADRs) up to 60 days in advance by phoning +33 (0) 1 60 30 40 50 (Please note, not all restaurants accept reservations. See each individual restaurant page for more details).