Meal choice at val d'europe?

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  1. hullfc

    hullfc Earning My Ears

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    Hi, was thinking off popping to val d'europe one evening during our stay for a evening meal but what choices are they? I know price wise will be better going but couple of fussy eaters will be with us.
    Thanks guys
     
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  3. stargatebarbie

    stargatebarbie <font color=blue>There must be more than this prov

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    Just noticed your user name would like to say hi from hull we are heading to dlpom 1st apriland staying in val d europe wearepark people so prob wont eatthere a lot
     
  4. daiseyirl

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    I had a thread on this a couple of days ago, will bump it for you. Carrie who live close by reccomended a few restraunts. Were going to eat there on monday think we will go to del arte its an italian,we ate there a few yrs ago and it was fab! Carrie mentioned it again and it seems to be still good:thumbsup2
     
  5. Carrie_Cat

    Carrie_Cat I'm a Rive Gauche person Moderator

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    You've got a fish/seafood restaurant (La Criée), a steakhouse (Hippo), a pizza/pasta one (Del Arte), a Lebanese (snack side and finer dining- Noura) , a Chinese/Viet, a Japanese, a salad/lighter meal option (Paradis des Fruits), a caféteria (Caféteria Casino) and several sandwich/quiche/salad places (Brioche Dorée, La Croisanterie, Paul) plus McDo.

    Through the back doors into the courtyard you have another pizza/pasta place (Prego), a creperie, a tapas restaurant, Subway and a Korean Bbq

    Look at the VdE site and you can see that certain have websites and prices

    http://www.valdeurope.fr/restaurants

    You also have some more choices throughtout the centre plus on the lower level but these are mainly snack or take away.
     
  6. Jazzy B Bunny

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    Is it easy to get to? I'm not sure if we are trying to cram too much into our trip. Only going mon evening - Friday morning and doing a day long tour of Paris on the Wednesday! So much to do, so little time!
     
  7. Carrie_Cat

    Carrie_Cat I'm a Rive Gauche person Moderator

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    Less than 5 minutes away on the RER - It's 1 stop

    Far cheaper than DLP mealwise and much more choice.

    You've also got the huge Auchan hypermarket open to 22.00 so you could buy food ans snacks there saving you money
     
  8. Jazzy B Bunny

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    Think I might suggest it to my friend. So we could go there for an evening meal and still get back in time for dreams? Sounds good to me.
     
  9. Carrie_Cat

    Carrie_Cat I'm a Rive Gauche person Moderator

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    All the above places are open from 10.00-00.00 or thereabouts so you have time to go before or even after depending on what time Dreams is on
     
  10. Gertie100

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    We eat in there every day we are on site.

    Helps to make the money go a lot further!!!
     
  11. inda2681

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    Is the area safe at night? Will be towing 2 young kids and quite fancy to try restaurants there
     

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