Latest Vegan Offers for Disneyland Paris, Just in Time for Halloween

The Food and Beverage team at Disneyland Paris is reinventing itself with higher quality options that are more innovative and exclusive. It’s also adapting its meals and drinks to new diets with choices including food-to-go, organic options and vegan options as good as they look.

Throughout the different seasons, guests can discover immersive experiences incorporating various dining options, many of which will satisfy the most demanding of tastes.   And the latest installment is during Disney’s Halloween Festival at Disneyland Park, running from 28 September to 3 November 2019. Vegan specialities are among some of the spooky treats during this year’s Halloween Festival, including pumpkin hummus and Halloween vegetable stews served buffet style, along with vegan Halloween Mickey waffles served at Victoria’s Home-Style Restaurant and savoury snacks like vegan potion (made with pumpkins and beetroots) or beetroot and strawberry croquettes.

Beyond Halloween, Disneyland Paris Chefs have prepared vegan holiday seasonal menus to delight guests’ taste buds with vegetable pie, smoked tofu with black truffle chip, morel quinoa, roasted pumpkin with grilled hazelnut, casserole dish with conchiglie and yesteryear vegetables… From starters to desserts, guests will enjoy gourmet vegan dishes with high-quality ingredients served with a touch of Disney magic.

Vegan options are also available at selected table service restaurants with meals matching the theme of each venue. For instance, guests may taste a vegetable and tofu navarin at Bistrot Chez Rémy. Other restaurants like Captain Jack’s-Restaurant de Pirates, the Yacht Club or the California Grill also have vegan offers available.

At Disneyland Paris, every guest can find a food and beverage option to enjoy. From counter service to table service restaurants, along with buffet restaurants and kiosks, each and every guest may find a menu to delight their taste buds and that fits their dietary needs, including vegan options. From food-to-go to sit-down dinners with a Disney Character, the culinary experience at Disneyland Paris is a true voyage of flavours full of emotions.

The Food and Beverage experience is a key moment for guests at Disneyland Paris. The destination includes 55 restaurants, 10 bars and about 50 kiosks to delight the guests’ taste buds.

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