We hungrily walked up Main Street in Disneyland Paris until we came to the very picturesque Plaza Gardens restaurant. The elegant Victorian style building with its pink and green Antique furniture, velvet curtains, and large fountain that greeted us as we entered really had the wow factor.
I had chosen to eat lunch at The Plaza Gardens Restaurant in the Disneyland Park as it is a buffet and we are a family of fussy eaters!
We had booked by phone before we visited in order to avoid the queue and we went straight in. You pay at the till before you are shown to your table which is useful as you can leave as soon as you finish.
The meal included as much as we could eat from the buffet as well as one drink each.
We were shown to our table and while our friendly server went to get our drinks, we went to explore the buffet options.
After a plateful too many of food I decided to have a look at the desserts. I don’t normally like too much dessert but I ended up with a whole plateful! They were absolutely melt in your mouth wonderful! My very favourite had to be the special 25th anniversary chocolate dessert topped with an aesthetically pleasing dark chocolate star, which finished it off perfectly!
Of course, for the less adventurous dessert eaters and those that fancied them, there were also appealing bowls of sweets.
The mains were lovely, the desserts out of this world and we really enjoyed our meal.
Taking a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder to lunch at The Plaza Gardens Restaurant?
The restaurant is huge.There are many tables and it can be busy.
The buffet wasn’t too crowded when we went so there was never any need to queue for food. We dined at 1.30 on a Sunday.
There is a large selection of food. It is healthier food rather than the usual child friendly options so you won’t see chips or chicken nuggets. They do pizza.
There is a lot of natural light.
The Plaza Gardens Restaurant is located at the end of Main Street in Disneyland Paris. It offers buffet style dining and Character dining at breakfast time.
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