Disneyland Paris Christmas & New Year Menu Book

No, you didn’t read the title of this post incorrectly, Disneyland Paris have created a 148 page book that details all the many incredible meals available over the festive period. Not only are the veritable feasts on offer mouth wateringly sumptuous, but the design of the book is pretty fantastic, with some stunning artwork. You can download the whole book as a PDF here, but be warned, it’s over 34MB!

Disneyland Paris Christmas & New Year Menu Book

Disneyland Paris Christmas & New Year Menu Book

It’s been years since I spent actual Christmas Day in Disneyland Paris, and even then I didn’t have any of the special meals on offer. Looking at these menus, of which are there are many, that may need to be rectified in the future.

Now we just need them to produce some books, that we can actually buy to own, using a similar level of quality and creativity as we see with this menu book. We have the 20 Years of Dreams book which is absolutely tremendous, but I want more. With the upcoming opening of the new Ratatouille mini-land in 2014, how about a detailed book of the development of the attraction, restaurant and area, with photos showing how the project progressed over time.

Anyway, back to the menus, and to anyone who will be in Disneyland Paris over Christmas – enjoy, and don’t eat too much – you might sink the boats in Pirates of the Caribbean!

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As the founder of Dedicated to DLP Steve is a self confessed Disneyland Paris fanatic and has an unrivaled passion for the resort, its history and what makes it work. He has a particular love of Pirates of the Caribbean, which he often talks about as the host of the podcast and the weekly YouTube show.

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  1. Figgygirl says:

    Thanks Steve. I’m glad they have done this as menus for the Christmas Eve and New Years Eve meals have been hard to find for people asking about them. I have had to phone Disney and eventually find someone who could tell me a particular menu – very time consuming and costly.
    But it would be nice to be able to get a paper version, not just online.

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