Walt’s is a restaurant located on Main Street, U.S.A., one of five themed areas of Disneyland Park, at Disneyland Paris. Inaugurated with the Euro Disney Resort in April 1992, it’s known for its sophisticated and contemporary American cuisine with European influences!
Decorated in Victorian style and as a permanent exhibition of Walt Disney’s work, Walt’s restaurant is a table service restaurant with plenty of meat, fish, and vegetable dishes. And that’s not to mention the tasty starters and delicious desserts!
So, do you want to know How And What To Eat At Walt’s Restaurant At Disneyland Paris? Keep reading!
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Brief History of Walt’s Restaurant
As I mentioned in the introduction, Walt’s restaurant opened to the public on April 12th, 1992, the same day as the Euro Disney Resort (the original name of Disneyland Paris). And not everyone knows, but its official name is Walt’s – An American Restaurant!
One of the most impressive elements of Walt’s restaurant is its timeless decor, which makes you feel as if you were having lunch or dinner in Walt Disney’s own home! On top of that, the six rooms that make up the restaurant have a unique theme:
- Adventureland – an Oriental-style room with designs from the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction
- Discoveryland – a room that honors the writer Jules Verne, with illustrations of his books and even a gold model of the Nautilus (the submarine from his work “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea”)
- Disneyland Hotel – a small room with sketches that inspired the architecture of the Disneyland Hotel
- Fantasyland – a Gothic-style room with paintings, sculptures, and concept art from European fairy tales
- Frontierland – a library room dedicated to the fictional city of Thunder Mesa, with elements related to Big Thunder Mountain, Phantom Manor, and Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing attractions
- Grand Canyon – a small room with drawings of the Grand Canyon
How To Eat At Walt’s Restaurant
Walt’s restaurant is open every day, although the hours it opens and closes depend on the Disneyland Park opening times. And since Walt’s is located on Main Street U.S.A., remember that you need valid Disneyland Park admission to eat here!
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 Walt’s restaurant? Then you can order your birthday cake when booking! This dessert costs €35 and serves up to 8 people.
The table service has two menus: “Walt’s Menu” (adults) at €55 and includes a starter, main course, and dessert; and the “Steamboat Willie Menu” (children from 3 to 11 years old, inclusive) for €30, with a starter, main course, dessert, and drink – which can be a Vittel (33cl), an Orange or Apple Minute Maid (20 cl), Milk (33 cl), or another cold drink (25 cl) on request.
The cold drinks available are Coke Original, Coke Zero, Coke Cherry, Fanta Orange, or Sprite Original (33cl); Fuze Tea Peach Intense (33cl); Minute Maid Orange or Apple (20cl); or Natural Orange Juice (20cl). There are also mineral waters such as Vittel, San Pellegrino, or Perrier Fine Bubbles (50cl or 1L); or Perrier (20cl).
In addition to cold drinks and mineral waters, there are other drinks that adults can consume at Walt’s restaurant, such as white, red, and rosé wines. In reality, you have the option to order the “Walt’s Menu” for €75, which includes a glass of wine served at each of the three moments of the meal!
WARNING: Walt’s restaurant opening hours, prices, and menu may change on December 24th and 31st!
What To Eat At Walt’s Restaurant
If you search for Walt’s on the Disneyland Paris website or app, you’ll notice that this table restaurant is promoted as an American and Vegetarian restaurant.
In my opinion, Walt’s restaurant offers a very limited number of meat and fish dishes. However, the vegetarian and vegan alternatives present in the starters, main courses, and desserts are a pleasant surprise.
Check out the menu of Walt’s restaurant on Disneyland Paris’s official website!
Do you follow a specific diet or do you have special dietary needs? Walt’s 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.
One of my favorite details about Walt’s restaurant is the menu accompanied by descriptions of the dishes. For example, did you know that the Waldorf Salad was part of a list that Walt Disney had hanging in the fridge at home? Or that the Chicken Pot Pie derives from a recipe invented by one of the Disney family cooks?
These are the starters (for adults) you can try at Walt’s restaurant:
- Chicken Pot Pie with Crunchy Vegetable Salad
- Fruit Slaw with Carrot Coulis (VEGAN)
- Sweet Corn Soup with Isigny Crème Fraîche, Smoked Popcorn, and Pastrami
- Waldorf Salad with Roquefort, Lemon, and Thyme Vinaigrette
And these are the wines served with the starter at Walt’s restaurant:
- Cité de Carcassone IGP – Chardonnay – G. Bertrand (8 cl)
- Cité de Carcassone IGP – Merlot – G. Bertrand (8 cl)
- Wine of the Moment (8 cl)
These are the starters (for children) you can try at Walt’s restaurant:
- Little Chicken Pot Pie with Crunchy Vegetable Salad
- Mickey Grilled Vegetable Sandwich
- Sweet Corn Soup with Isigny Crème Fraîche and Popcorn
With regard to the main courses, the small historical context on the menu mentions that Walt Disney loved chicken dishes – hence the suggestion of Roasted Chicken Breast – always with gravy and a single vegetable to accompany. Plus, the Thelma Potato is a tribute to the Disney family’s longtime housekeeper!
These are the main courses (for adults) you can try at Walt’s restaurant:
- Cajun-Spiced Arctic Char with Wild Rice, Corn, Coriander, and Isigny Butter Sauce
- Chile con Carne with Tortilla Chips, Cheddar, Isigny Crème Fraîche, Red Onion, Coriander, White Rice, and Kidney Beans
- Mac and Cheddar Cheese (Pasta, Cheddar Cheese Sauce, Pastrami, and Shiitake)
- Roast Chicken Breast with Mashed Sweet Potato, Green Asparagus, Pan-Fried Gem Lettuce, and Chicken Jus
- Thelma Potato with Vegetables and Pepper Coulis (VEGAN)
And these are the wines served with the main course at Walt’s restaurant:
- Crozes Hermitage AOC – “Les Jalets” – P. Jaboulet Aîné (8 cl)
- Saint-Emilion AOC – Fortin Plaisance (8 cl)
- Languedoc AOC – “Art de vivre” rosé (8 cl)
- Wine of the Moment (8 cl)
These are the main courses (for children) you can try at Walt’s restaurant:
- Mac and Cheddar Cheese (Pasta and Cheddar Cheese Sauce)
- Mild Spiced Arctic Char with Rice, Corn, Beurre Blanc
- Roast Chicken Breast with Mashed Sweet Potato and Chicken Jus
Finally, we arrive at the desserts. The Flower Street Sundae is a double reference to 1401 Flower Street: the address of Walt’s restaurant in Disneyland Paris and the headquarters of Walt Disney Imagineering in California. And the Pineapple Upside-Down Cake mixes two of Walt Disney’s favorite sweets: pie and pineapple!
These are the desserts (for adults) you can try at Walt’s restaurant:
- Celebration Cake (White Chocolate Mousse, Strawberry, and Almond Shortbread)
- Flower Street Sundae
- Lemon Meringue Pie
- Pineapple Upside-Down Cake with Vanilla-Infused Isigny Crème Fraîche
- Warm Chocolate Chip and Hazelnut Cookie with Vegan Caramel and Choc Chip Ice Cream (VEGAN)
And this is the wine served with the dessert at Walt’s restaurant:
- Champagne Lallier Brut (10 cl)
These are the desserts (for children) you can try at Walt’s restaurant:
- Ice Cream Sundae with Seasonal Fruits
- Mini Mickey Cake (Cocoa Genoise, Milk Chocolate Mousse, Orange Stewed Fruit, and Crunchy Cereal)
- Seasonal Fruits Smoothie
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