Christmas & New Years season is arriving at Disneyland Paris with exclusive character dining! Enchanted Christmas is coming to Disneyland Paris on the 9th November until 6th January 2020. Christmas time is always the most magical time of year, but especially when celebrated at Disneyland Paris! For information regarding Disneyland Paris’ Enchanted Christmas click here, featuring the new Princess parade and a new light effect on the castle! Whilst entertainment is a large part of Disneyland Paris’ Christmas & New Year, festive food is just as important!
This Christmas & New Year, enter a winter wonderland and feast on traditional, delicious festive dishes prepared by excellent chefs! Why not toast the new season with a glass of champagne, while feasting on stuffed capon with porcini mushrooms, lobster tail roasted in seaweed butter and finishing the feast with an indulgent Christmas chocolate log. Santa will even drop in on Christmas Eve!
Eat & Greet
Celebrate Christmas & New Years with an exclusive character dining and make this experience more magical with friends and family! Disney Characters are celebrating Christmas & New Years in style with their special outfits and can’t wait to share the magic with you!
All of the dishes here at Disneyland Paris are prepared with care and excellence by the in-house chefs, using only the finest and freshest seasonal produce. Depending on the restaurant, premium menus may feature filet of Saint-Pierre with potato cake and caviar; slow-cooked veal with Périgourdine sauce, wild mushrooms, confit vegetable pie and black truffle; and risotto St-Jacques with clams. Sounds Disney-delicious!
Chef’s culinary know-how
Christmas & New Year is the perfect time to same divinely inspired dishes created by the talented chefs at Disneyland Paris- especially the Chef’s Enchanting Festive Cuisine. From the initial concept to the sourcing of the finest ingredients and preparation of each dish, everything has been meticulously planned and prepared at Disneyland® Paris
Gourmet vegan menus
During this period, the chefs have been working hard to create magical, tasty gourmet vegan menus for all the restaurants. Discover vegan delights such as vegetable pie with smoked tofu, black truffle chips and cashew oil herb salad; quinoa with morels, roasted pumpkin and hazelnuts; and cassolette of conchiglie-shaped vegetables and a porcini mushroom coulis.
For the young guests, every plate is filled with magic, from Christmas trees they can decorate themselves to Disney Character and snowman-shaped veggies. Kids treats include roast veal with hazelnuts, mashed potato and carrots; smoked salmon heart with waffles and chive cream; and egg casserole with salmon.
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