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Old 03-16-2013, 12:30 PM   #1
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restraunt in val d'europe??

Any one eaten in the shopping centre recently?? Planning on going to the outlet village and then having our main meal over there. We ate in the italian a few yrs ago and it was lovely at time, wonder is it still there or anywhere else nice.
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Old 03-16-2013, 01:02 PM   #2
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Hiya- will be interested to see your replies to your question. We ate at the Italian a few years ago and really enjoyed it too. We also thought it was a bargain compared to Disney prices. I remember having a set meal deal.
We are going on 3rd April and are staying at Val D'Europe so will be eating their mainly too This might be too late for me to reply to you when we come home.
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Old 03-16-2013, 01:30 PM   #3
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Hi Fiona,

Were going nxt wkend so will let you know where we ate. We are doing cafe mickey and princess lunch in disney so to keep the girls happy lol! Thought we would have one meal over in val deurope too. Yes the italian was excellent value last time.
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Old 03-17-2013, 04:32 AM   #4
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Which Italian do you mean ? Pizza del Arte next to Hippo or Prego on the Place de Toscane just behind the food court.

I like Del Arte - never had a bad meal yet and Hippo for meat, again always good.

Noura the Lebanese restaurant is nice too if you are looking for a lighter meal and you can also get takeaway - I've never been in the fancier side though
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Old 03-17-2013, 09:29 AM   #5
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The one near mcdonalds we were at, where is del arte?
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Old 03-17-2013, 09:36 AM   #6
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The one near mcdonalds we were at, where is del arte?
McDonalds near the doors that lead to the outlet village or McDonalds on the lower level opposite the tills at Auchan ?

Del Arte is inbetween Hippo and Paul then you have Brioche Dorée, Chinese, Noura traiteur and Noura restaurant - that's all on one side

Other side is La Criée, Japanese restaurant, La Croisanterie, McDo, Caféteria Casino, Paradis des Fruits

http://www.delarte.fr/carte-del-arte.php
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What time is the shopping centre closed at night? How do i get there?
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What time is the shopping centre closed at night? How do i get there?
These restaurants are at the far end of the shopping center as you come from the RER.

They are open 7 days a week from 10.00-00.00 for the main. Some close earlier at 23.00

The shopping center is open from 8.30 - 22.00 for Auchan and from 10.00 - 21.00 for all the other shops. That's Mon-Sat. Closed on Sun

So depending on what time you are eating at you can cut through the shopping part otherwise you have to walk all the way round.

It's one stop on the RER from DLP, takes less than 5 minutes, trains run every 15 mins and it's around 2€ pp return trip.
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Mcdonalds near the outlet, im confused which italian did i eat in?

Inda2681, if your going during the day there is an shuttle bus between disney on-site hotels and the outlet village €5 return and €2 for kids. Were going to use this as its the outlet is where we want to go.
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Del Arte then.
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Del Arte then.
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Thumbs up from me too for Noura restaurant, Paradis des Fruits and del Arte. Also like the creperie out in the large courtyard facing called, I think, le Menhir.
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We were there less than a month ago, and had a couple of meals at Del Arte. We enjoyed both and it cost a whole lot less than eating at Disney! We also enjoyed Paul's for breakfast on a few days, before we left for DLP. If you're staying in Val d'Europe it's quite handy, cheap and yummy. We also picked up a tray of their macaroons one night and enjoyed them back at the hotel.

One night we were there past the shopping centre closing time. It just meant we had to walk around the shopping centre instead of through it. It didn't take much extra time, but we were glad the weather was decent.
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Hiya- will be interested to see your replies to your question. We ate at the Italian a few years ago and really enjoyed it too. We also thought it was a bargain compared to Disney prices. I remember having a set meal deal.
We are going on 3rd April and are staying at Val D'Europe so will be eating their mainly too This might be too late for me to reply to you when we come home.
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Dont forget to look out for us we are there 2nd to 5th staying at val d europe just me and two teenage girls I have a navy disney jacket and a purple bag do say hi if you see usxxx
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Mcdonalds near the outlet, im confused which italian did i eat in?

Inda2681, if your going during the day there is an shuttle bus between disney on-site hotels and the outlet village €5 return and €2 for kids. Were going to use this as its the outlet is where we want to go.
Oh I don't know which one I ate in either now-LOL!
The one we went to had a bit to sit outside which was still in the centre. I don't think it was the one near Auchan.

We have booked Café Mickey for our last day. We did Cowboy Cookout last time and they loved it and Café Mickey the time before.

We will look out for you StargateBarbie- I'm impressed you know which jacket you are taking!!!!! When we went to years ago we had freak weather and it was scorching This year I think I am taking layers and waterproof clothes.

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