Tuesday, 13 August 2013

My favourite Disneyland Paris Restaurant!

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This month's topic is our favorite WDW/DLP Restaurant!

One of my favourites has to be 'Auberge De Cendrillon' (or Cinderella's Restaurant) in Fantasyland in Disneyland Paris! You can read about it in my most memorable Disney Meal post from last year :)

One of my other favourites has to be Casey's Corner! Ok ... I know ... technically it isn't a restaurant, it's counter service ... but you still eat in it right?? :P

Check out this awesome video of Casey's Corner from Photos Magiques!

Casey's Corner just screams old school America ... and so it fits in with Main Street U.S.A perfectly, transporting you back in time as you munch on your hot dog ... speaking of which ... the hot dogs are so good that Steve from 'Dedicated to Dlp' tried recreating them at home!

After a good number of supermarket visits I managed to find the squeezy cheese from his post! Of course it wasn't exactly like Disneyland Paris ... but it was pretty close!

All I have to do is sit out in the sun and play this music ...

... while nomming on my home made Casey's Corner style hot dog ... and if I close my eyes ... I could be in Disneyland Paris :)

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Rosanne said...

One of the reasons I'd love to go to Disneylans Paris is the food! I'm also not ashamed to admit that I love Casey's! There's nothing like a cool day with a Casey's hot dog, taking in the sights and sounds.

Thanks for sharing!

AdventurerMom said...

Don't you love how the little bits of pixie dust that you can recreate at home?

Hedy @ WDW Not Just for Kids said...

I now want to go in here for the decor.

Mary said...

Hmm, I wonder if they taste as good or even better than the ones in teh US?