HAPPY FRIDAY!! My second favorite F word haha. Food is my first, obviously 😉 So why not write another blog post about food? About Disneyland food, to be exact. Maybe you’ve already spotted some Disneyland Paris photos on my IG page, because I’ve spent a few days in the happiest place on earth this summer. The weather was amazing, The Lion King & Jungle Festival was so much fun and the snacks and drinks were delicious. Let’s dive right into it, shall we?

#1. Roarsome Drinks at Victoria’s

These milkshakes are available at Victoria’s Home-Style Cooking Restaurant, an adorable bar that I didn’t even know existed during my previous Disneyland Paris visits. Big Mistake, because they sell the most delicious iced tea and milkshakes! There’s even beer and wine on the menu. We ordered two Lion King specials, a Simba milkshake with vanilla, praline & shaves of LION chocolate and a Pumbaa milkshake with Nutella & banana. Mygoshh they were SO good!!


On the last day we decided to try an alcoholic milkshake, the Ultra Cookie Cream Shake with rum. Definitely a must-try for adults. If you’re not a big fan of a strong rum flavor, you might want to share this milkshake with someone else. I personally found that the rum flavor was a bit strong, but very yummy though!


#2. Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream

What could be better on a hot summer day than a delicious ice cream? Nothing! I really love Ben & Jerry’s Ice cream, so The Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlour was my go-to ice cream shop during my stay in Disneyland Paris hehe. You can find them in Main Street U.S.A and they sell the following Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavors at the moment:
– Cookie Dough
– Chocolate Fudge Brownie
– Vanilla Pecan Blondie
– Home Sweet Honeycomb
– Strawberry Cheesecake
– Vanilla
– Peanut Butter Cup
– Chew Chew Caramel

Check the updated menu HERE.


#3. Cheeseburgers At The Lucky Nugget Saloon

You can find the The Lucky Nugget Saloon in Frontierland. This is a Tex-Mex restaurant with table service and dishes like spare ribs, fish & chips and cheeseburgers (check their menu HERE). Every menu comes with one drink included, rustic fries or a side salad and you can choose from two different desserts: a vanilla sundae with topping or a fruit salad cup. A menu costs 21,99 euro. Not the cheapest menu, but it’s a good price for a Disneyland restaurant.

We tried the cheeseburger menu (they also make vegetarian burgers on request!) with rustic fries and a sundae. The portions were larger than I expected so I couldn’t finish it all, but the burger and the fries tasted good! I only took a few bites of the vanilla sundae because my stomach was about to explode haha, but it was a tasty dessert for sure.


#4. Silver Spur Steakhouse

If your budget is a little higher (or if you have a giftcard like us haha!), I really recommend dining at the Silver Spur Steakhouse. This is a Western Style steakhouse where steaks are char-grilled before your very eyes. How cool! And don’t worry, they also have salmon if you don’t really like steak that much. Our first course was a Caesar salad with chicken and trust me when I say that this was THE BEST Caesar salad I’ve ever had! Ohh, I could eat this right now…

For my main course, I chose a Scottish salmon with a crumble topping, white butter sauce, mashed potatoes and tomatoes. My bf tried the Angus beef with Steakhouse fries, tomatoes and corn. Although their dessert menu looked incredible (hello crème brûlée, lemon pie en big Thunder Cake!), we decided to skip out last course. We were so full after those two courses! Check the menu HERE (Dutch). Do you still like to eat here, but don’t want to spend too much money? You can choose to skip a course like we did, or just order a main course.


Of course I had more food and drinks during my stay in Disneyland Paris, but these were my summer highlights? What are your favorite food hot spots in the Disney Parks that I definitely need to visit the next time?

Xxx Kirsten  ♥

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