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Disneyland Paris Reveals Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand 2023 Menus for June 2nd Through Summer Season

Hi everyone!

Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand 2023 returns to Disneyland Paris from tomorrow, June 2nd, 2023 through the summer season (no end date has been announced, last year it was October 16th). There are 3 new chalets to discover: “Asia”, “En cas de p’tites faims” and “La Bonbonnière”. Disneyland Paris has shared all the menus!

I am a huge fan of Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand, we enjoyed it last year in September/October and then we stopped by L’Hiver Gourmand several times during our March 2023 trip (and have previously as well). Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand is located at Walt Disney Studios Park. Many booths are at La Place de Rémy but not all – and the prices are pretty reasonable for what is offered. The booths are themed in part to regions of France, like Alsace and then also to different countries like Belgium.

Here are the menus for the 12 Rendez-Vous Gourmand chalets in 2023 at Disneyland Paris.

Région Alsace

Alsace offers items like a pretzel, sauerkraut, wine and beer. The pretzels have always been good at this chalet.


Espagne features paëlla, churros and sangria.


The Italia chalet includes pizza, bombolini and wine. We enjoyed this booth last year!

Le Bistrot de L’été
Here you can find cones of cheese and dry-cured sausage slices, along with a nice variety of beer.

Région Bretagne

A lot of the food is returning from other years. Jeff loves the buckwheat pancake with duck breast filet, Emmental cheese and rocket. I like the crêpe with Nutella and also the salted caramel version.

La Bonbonnière

If you are looking for a sweet treat, “The Candy Box” offers candy apples, caramel peanuts, macarons and more.

Région Savoie

This is always a must-do booth for Jeff with a Raclette cheese and cured ham sandwich.


The Greece booth offers gyros, Greek salad and more.


The Belgium booth serves what you’d expect – waffles and fries, along with some other items including a Frikandel sausage.


Asia offers vegetable samosas (which I love and would get all the time), shrimp tempura and chicken nems (spring rolls), along with other items.

Encas de P’tites Faims

This booth sounds really nice, with sandwiches and a chicken salad.

Le Bar à Vin

“The Wine Bar” features mostly wines, along with cured sausage and such.