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Old 04-09-2013, 04:04 AM   #1
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we are now inside the 60days to we go and are lookin at where to eat some places we would like to eat at are rain forest, cafe mickey, possibly intentions, waltz, earl of sandwich, annettes, any opinions of these would be appreciated if any other places you like please mention as open to suggestions thanks
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Hi,

We quite like Toad Hall inside the Disneyland Park, counter service burgers and fish n chips, better value than most.

Blue Lagoon at the same park, inside the Pirates Of The Caribbean ride is also nice but expensive.

For breakfast we have stayed at the Disneyland Hotel, and the buffet there is brilliant, can highly recommend, and you can ask to pay for breakfast if you are not actually staying at the hotel.

Cannot comment on many others really, Casey's on Main Street USA is ok for hot dog & fries (though food could be hotter).

We use Auchan supermarket and the Relay shop inside the RER train station for snacks, drinks, bread, crisps etc
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Old 04-09-2013, 01:54 PM   #3
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we had very good meals in Inventions, annette's, colonel haithi pizza outpost, casey's coner, earl of sandwich, plaza gardens and restaurant des stars
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I've never had a bad meal at DLP, not even at Planet Hollywood which usually has terrible reviews! My favourites are Walt's and Inventions, I also love Blue Lagoon and Agrabah Cafe. We also used to enjoy eating at both the Steakhouse Sunday brunch and Cafe Mickey although as I've not been to either for a few years you'd be better taking more notice of others for them. A definite thumbs up for Earl of Sandwich from me too.
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Old 04-10-2013, 07:38 PM   #5
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I love Walt's, and since I discovered Walt's I try to save a bit on other meals to go for a nice meal at Walt's each trip. They also have an Express Lunch menu which is cheaper (20 Euros) but you have to specifically ask for the menu.

Earl of Sandwich is good too! I also quite liked Hakuna Matata (although queues just after lunch time were ridiculous).
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Earl Of Sandwich is definitely a good addition.

We are thinking of trying Silver Spur for our 'one off expensive treat' in June, having done Blue Lagoon last time.

I am a bit of a fussy eater and I am also not convinced Walts is ideal for Joshua.
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thanks for ur replys i really value everyones opinion as want to get the most from our trip, can i ask i know inventions is expensive is it worth it? also anyone tried restaurant des stars, earl of sandwich looks like a good choice which will suit everyone
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thanks for ur replys i really value everyones opinion as want to get the most from our trip, can i ask i know inventions is expensive is it worth it? also anyone tried restaurant des stars, earl of sandwich looks like a good choice which will suit everyone
Inventions breakfast is, as guests of Disneyland Hotel can highly recommend it.
Haven't dined there at other times, partly down to the high cost and some of the options not being to our taste, Julie isn't really into Seafood for example and I believe they do a lot of that.
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IMO Inventions is well worth it, delicious food and great character interaction, but others might feel differently. Haven't eaten at Restaurant des Stars for a few years but last time I did the food was good value and little Remy is adorable.
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Our all time favourite is Walt's closely followed by Blue Lagoon....I know they are expensive but I really feel worth it for the fabulous food and atmosphere! We also love Toad hall - double fish & chips fab and a great filler up til dinner at night! Hope you enjoy whatever you pick!
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We really love Walts! Our other all time top favourite restaurants are:

Manhattan Restaurant (in Hotel New York - gorgeous food and romantic - live piano music)

Earl of Sandwich for lunch - sometimes share a sandwich to keep costs down

Agrabah (a great buffet with some different and healthy options)

Inventions for breakfast - a-MA-zing

Annettes (LOVE the veggie burger and the roller skating waiters)

Planet Hollywood (food is pretty good but the decor is a lot of fun!)

Blue Lagoon (very good food, and you can wave at the riders of the Pirates ride as they go by!)

Steak House (a special one for us as we went there the night we got engaged and the steak is delish)

Hope you enjoy - eating is one of our favourite things to do in DLRP - so many great options Also if you fancy a beer, don't forget 2 for 1 happy hour at Ludwigs every night 5.30 - 7pm

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