Crockett’s Tavern is the restaurant at Disney Davy Crockett Ranch, one of the seven Disney hotels at Disneyland Paris. Inaugurated with the Euro Disney Resort in April 1992, it’s known for its family atmosphere and Tex-Mex-inspired international specialties!
Decorated like a woodland tavern, Crockett’s Tavern restaurant is an all-you-can-eat buffet with plenty of meat, fish, and vegetable dishes. And that’s not to mention the countless options for starters, salads, sauces, side dishes, and desserts!
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Brief History of Crockett’s Tavern Restaurant
As I mentioned in the introduction, Crockett’s Tavern restaurant opened to the public on April 12th, 1992, the same day as the Euro Disney Resort (the original designation of Disneyland Paris). At that time, Disney Davy Crockett Ranch was called Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch – a name it maintained until July 26th, 2022.
Few people know, but the Disney Davy Crockett Ranch – under the name Camp Davy Crockett – served as housing for the first employees of the Disneyland Paris resort in September 1991. And Crockett’s Tavern has served the same purpose since February 2nd, 1992!
How To Eat At Crockett’s Tavern Restaurant
Crockett’s Tavern restaurant is open every day from 6 pm to 10 pm, with the last entry at 09:45 pm. And although you don’t need to be staying at the Disney Davy Crockett Ranch to be able to dine at Crockett’s Tavern, a stay at this hotel doesn’t guarantee you a table without a reservation at the buffet!
In fact, I advise you to book a table in advance – something you can do up to 2 months (or 12 months, if you have a stay booked at a Disney hotel) before your arrival date! To do this, all you have to do is download the Disneyland Paris app, available on Google Play and the App Store. Then create an account and start choosing your favorite restaurants with table reservations!
Alternatively, you can call the Disneyland Paris Restaurant Reservation Center at +33 1 60 30 40 50. But don’t forget that local call rates apply and may vary depending on your telecom operator.
TIP: Do you want to celebrate your birthday at Crockett’s Tavern restaurant? Then you can order your birthday cake when booking! This dessert costs €35 and serves up to 8 people.
The all-you-can-eat buffet costs €35 (adults) and includes a cold drink (33cl) or mineral water (50cl); or €22 (children from 3 to 11 years old, inclusive), with a Vittel (33cl), an Orange or Apple Minute Maid (20cl), Milk (33cl), or another cold drink (25cl) on request.
The cold drink for adults can be Coke Original, Coke Zero, Coke Cherry, Fanta Orange, Sprite Original, Fuze Tea, Tropico (33cl), Minute Maid Orange or Apple (25cl). There are also mineral waters such as Vittel or San Pellegrino (50cl).
In addition to cold drinks and mineral waters, there are other drinks that adults can consume at Crockett’s Tavern restaurant, such as aperitifs, draft beers, bottled beers, wine glasses, wine jugs, white, red, or rosé wines, champagnes and sparkling wines, hot drinks, etc.
WARNING: Crockett’s Tavern restaurant opening hours, prices, and menu may change on December 24th and 31st!
What To Eat At Crockett’s Tavern Restaurant
If you search for Crockett’s Tavern on the Disneyland Paris website or app, you’ll notice that this all-you-can-eat buffet is promoted as a Tex-Mex, Vegetarian, and Vegan restaurant.
In my opinion, Crockett’s Tavern restaurant offers a reasonable number of Tex-Mex and vegetarian dishes. However, I only found three vegan dishes: a starter, a main course, and a dessert.
Check out the menu of Crockett’s Tavern restaurant on Disneyland Paris’s official website!
Do you follow a specific diet or do you have special dietary needs? Crockett’s Tavern restaurant serves sealed and certified halal and kosher dishes, as well as dishes and menus without the main allergens.
Just don’t forget to contact +33 1 60 30 40 50 (international call rates apply) at least 48 hours in advance, so you can order your meal.
At first glance, Crockett’s Tavern restaurant doesn’t seem to have much to offer as far as starters are concerned. Nevertheless, if you add bread, cheeses, and salads to this section of the buffet, the number increases significantly!
These are the starters you can try at Crockett’s Tavern restaurant:
- Guinea Fowl, Fig, and Rosemary Terrine
- Grape, Honey, and Cinnamon Seasoning
Bread & Cheeses
Did you know that in France cheese is served after the main course and before dessert? This happens because the French consider cheese to be very high in calories, which can spoil your appetite for the main course!
However, in countries like Portugal, Spain, or Italy, cheese is seen as the perfect starter to stimulate the palate before the main course. For that reason, it’s common to find cheese boards – and charcuterie, on certain occasions – which are almost always accompanied by bread or toast.
These are the bread and cheeses you can try at Crockett’s Tavern restaurant:
- Camembert Cheese
- Cantal Cheese
- Diamond Bread
- Fromage Blanc
- Goat’s Cheese
- Grated Cheese
- Plain Croutons
- Sourdough Bread
If you thought that Crockett’s Tavern restaurant had little variety of salads due to its Tex-Mex theme, then think again! Every day, there are over ten salads or similar selections – including vegetarian and vegan alternatives!
These are the salads (and similar ones) you can try at Crockett’s Tavern restaurant:
- Brown Rice, Soya, Raisins, and Pumpkin Seed Salad (VEGAN)
- Bulgur Salad
- Coral Lentil Salad
- Grated Carrots
- Mixed Salad
- Pasta Salad with Pepper Jack and Bacon
- Potato and Smoked Salmon Salad
- Sweet Corn
- Tennessee Signature Salad
Main Courses & Side Dishes
Did you know that Tex-Mex is a fusion of Texan and Mexican food, which derives from the culinary creations invented by the Tejanos? These residents of the American state of Texas are cultural descendants of the Mexican population that lived in the so-called “Spanish Texas” (or Tejas) and the authors of the most popular cuisine in the United States these days!
These are the main courses and side dishes you can try at Crockett’s Tavern restaurant:
- Beef Skewer with Red Pepper
- Breaded Fish Bites
- Breaded Chicken Bites
- Chili (VEGAN)
- Corn Cobs
- Duo of White and Red Rice
- Green Beans
- Mickey Fried Potatoes
- Penne Pasta
- Pork Sausage with Herbs
- Salmon with Spinach, Fleur de Sel, and Pink Berries
- Spiced Chicken
- Spicy Pork Ribs
- Spinach with Cream
- Stir-Fried Beef with Sweet Potato and Parsnips
- Veal with Cranberry Sauce
- Vitelotte Gnocchi with Porcini Mushrooms, Zucchini, and Carrots
Sauces & Dressings
When you think of Tex-Mex food, the first sauce that comes to mind must be guacamole or salsa. But, at Crockett’s Tavern, there are other sauces and dressings that you can use for your ribs, skewers, and other grilled dishes!
These are the sauces and dressings you can try at Crockett’s Tavern restaurant:
- BBQ Sauce
- Chive Cream and Peppery Cantadou
- Mustard Vinaigrette
- Neapolitan Sauce
- Olive Oil
- Wine Vinegar
The dessert buffet at Crockett’s Tavern restaurant is one of the most complete at Disneyland Paris, offering more than twenty different options daily. Between cakes, mousses, puddings, and pies, it won’t be challenging to satisfy your sweet tooth!
These are the desserts you can try at Crockett’s Tavern restaurant:
- “30th Anniversary” Macarons
- Apple Jam
- Blueberry, Honey, and Shortbread Biscuit
- Chocolate, Banana, and Passion Fruit Dessert (VEGAN)
- Chocolate-Flavored Mousse
- Chocolate French Toast
- Croissants with Cranberries
- Crumble-Style Red Berry Tart
- Fruit Jellies
- Fruit Salad
- Mini Mickey Dôme (Chocolate, Orange)
- Panna Cotta with Maple Syrup and Morello Cherry
- Pecan Tarte
- “Ranch” Flan
- Raspberry Coulis
- Salted Butter Caramel Tartlet
- Sweet Apricots
- Vanilla Sauce
- White Chocolat Mousse and Cocoa Sponge Cake Dessert
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