half board standard

Discussion in 'Disneyland Paris Trip Planning & Community Board' started by klo1986, Apr 6, 2009.

  1. klo1986

    klo1986 Earning My Ears

    Mar 4, 2009
    where do u recommend i eat with my standard vouchers?

    i am staying for 4 nights and plan 2 do annettes and hotel cheyenne 1 night each!

    where do u all recommend i eat 4 the other 2 nights?

    we are quite fussy eaters! we dont do fish or posh food!

    we like quite plain foods like chicken,steaks, chips etc.

    also i noticed that on the menu's a lot of foods had cheese on them like the burgers and steak sauces etc.....we dont like cheese! would it be impossible 2 ask 4 a burger without cheese or the steak without the sauce etc.?

    just finding it difficult 2 find somewhere that us fussy eaters will enjoy!

    thanks in advance

  2. cap'njack.

    cap'njack. Totally in love with Lisa_C

    Jun 13, 2008
    You have chosen my two big recommendations for the Standard vouchers already.

    If you are driving then the Davey Crockett Ranch buffet is really nice, the Santa Fe Buffet is also good however the Cheyenne beats them both. Maybe consider a late lunch at the Agrabah Cafe in Adventureland although that may not be suitable for fussy eaters.

    In terms of food requests, it's exactly like eating in the UK, if the meal you want comes with something you don't like or want then just ask and they can take that off for you. I often ask for burgers etc without mayonaise or tomato and the wifey loves the Bee-Bop burger from Annettes without the mushroom :confused3
  3. jillrobinson

    jillrobinson DIS Veteran

    Mar 30, 2005
    I'm not sure you would enjoy Agrabah Cafe, it's very nice food and different, well I enjoyed it, but the others weren't so keen.
    What about the buffet at Plaza Gardens or Rendezvous des stars ? We did Rendezvous twice with our standard vouchers, it was actually a much better buffet than the one we had at Lucky Nugget.
    Main course included Pork kebabs, they were lovely, chicken wings, pizza, gammon joint, ratatouille although DS said it was mushy, spaghetti bolognese, chicken curry, potato wedges, and more.

    Nice selection of starters and a huge selection of desserts and Remi came to see us both times. :)
  4. angel girl

    angel girl It's a small world after all...

    Jul 9, 2008
    I would recommend that you try the Silver Spur steakhouse near Big thunder Mountain-you will be able to get soup, a steak and gorgeous dessert using your half board standard voucher.

    We also ate at the Cheyenne buffet (OK) and Annettes (loved it). The other option is the Plaza Gardens I believe-not been there myself but it usually seems to get good reviews on here

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