Food and wine at Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris Rendez vous gourmand
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Food and wine at Disneyland Paris

Postby filipv » Mon Jul 30, 2018 1:53 am

Disneyland Paris has just started their own version of food and wine festival called Rendez vous Gourmand.
Disneyland Paris celebrates European gastronomy by hosting, for the first time, Italy, Spain and Belgium with French regions and vegan culture at the 2nd edition of "Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand" in the Walt Disney Studios Park.

What better place to discover the gastronomic wonders of the French and European regions than Disneyland Paris, the first tourist destination of Europe?

With "Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand", visitors to the Walt Disney Studios Park will have the chance to dive in the heart of the most beautiful French regions and enjoy their best specialties.

Alsace, Savoy, Brittany, South West, Provence or the West Indies will give pride of place to taste experiences with a selection of recipes and regional products: sauerkraut, fish soup, terrine of fois gras, tartiflette , socca niçoise or even accras will be offered for tasting in the 6 chalets decorated with the effigy of each region and legitimately installed in Rue de Paris, near the Place de Rémy, the Ratatouille attraction and the Bistrot de Rémy, an area dedicated to French gastronomy.

Sweet dishes but also unavoidable desserts such as gingerbread, kouign-amann, fluted or coconut flan, washed down with the best regional wines and ciders will be the delight of visitors who will be able to taste all these wonders served in take-away portions and / or choose to extend the experience by bringing home some of these regional products sold in the Park.

The novelty of this edition "Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand" is the integration of a European culinary route, on Hollywood Boulevard in the Walt Disney Studios Park where Spain, Italy, Belgium and a selection of vegetarian recipes from all European countries will be offered for the first time.

Paella, tortilla, lasagna or falafel, churros, panna cotta, Catalan cream not to mention the fabulous Liège waffle, Disneyland Paris has decided to travel the taste buds of its visitors with the iconic recipes of our beautiful Europe. And to sublimate all these dishes and traditional desserts, a cottage will be entirely dedicated to French and European spirits: wines from all regions, ciders or beers.

With the second edition "Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand", Disneyland Paris wants to encourage visitors to discover new flavors and experience a unique experience in its theme parks!

Practical information :
Where ? Walt Disney Studios Park, Hollywood & Paris Street
When? From July 27 to September 30, 2018
Hours? from 10AM to 6PM on weekdays and 10AM to 8PM on weekends



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Official opening

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food stands at the Ratatouille area


It was a great even and being one of the last guest leaving the park I could a part of the park completely empty at 23:00 at night (actual closing time of the park was 20:00 for normal guests that day)

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Re: Food and wine at Disneyland Paris

Postby Nrthwnd » Mon Jul 30, 2018 12:29 pm

The whole setup for this looks great! We would love to attend it, but our future plans
call for an April visit. <sighs> Oh well, maybe by the time we visit, they'll have a
Spring one too. Or...we change our minds and make it a Sept.trip! :wink:

And, great after-hours shots there, too! I love the Disney parks at night.
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Speaking of Food....Our meal at Chez Bistro Remy. C'est manifique! Sept.20~2015.
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Re: Food and wine at Disneyland Paris

Postby ObeyTheShihTzu! » Tue Jul 31, 2018 2:20 pm

Gourmet heaven has GOT to be a food and wine festival at Disneyland Paris! AND hosted by one of my favorite rodents: REMY! (Maybe it's a good thing that I won't be able to partake of the festivities. I'd go nuts over all the Remy collectibles!) :lmao: To all attendees... BON APPETIT! :p

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