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Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand 2024 Food Festival Menus, Photos at Disneyland Paris

Hi everyone!

The Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand food festival returned to Disneyland Paris in April, and we have the menus and some booth photos to share! Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand is scheduled to run through October 20th, 2024 and is available in both Walt Disney Studios Park at La Place de Rémy and at Disneyland Park in Fantasyland. However, due to massive park construction, there aren’t as many food booths in Walt Disney Studios Park (and the booths in Disneyland Park serve mostly the same items).

Here are menus and booths at Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand 2024!

Signage says “Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand de Disneyland Paris”.

The first menu is Region Alsace. Included here are a pretzel, cheese pretzel and sauerkraut. A lot of (or all of) the food items are returning from the past Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand and L’Hiver Gourmand booths.

Pretzels and other items are lined up.

The Belgium booth is back, with fries, waffles and frikandel sausage (the latter seems to be a Dutch specialty).

Here is a look in the booth.

Returning are dry-cured sausage slices, along with a raclette cheese and cured ham sandwich (which Jeff always enjoys) and a Reblechon cheese tartiflette.

The raclette cheese is in a huge pot, ready to be scooped. And slices of saucisson (sausage slices) can be seen in the foreground.

The Brittany region offers the return of buckwheat pancakes with various fillings. Jeff’s favorite here is the duck breast fillet with Emmental cheese. I like the crêpes with Nutella or salted caramel. I don’t recall there being a jam option last time.

Crêpes are heated up.

Le Bistrot de L’été means “The Bistro of the Summer” and features the dry-cured sausage slices – but it is more of an alcohol booth, with beer, wine, and champagne. Also, there are some non-alcoholic drink options  (coffee, expresso, tea, orange juice, etc.).

Bottles of wine are ready for pouring.

La Bonbonnière features candy apples, caramel peanuts, macarons and more.

La Place de Rémy is really made for this type of event, with plenty of room for the booths along the walkway.

Over at Disneyland Park, the booths look different but the offerings are very similar.

One difference is a gyro, along with waffles.

Pretzels are also available here, along with the sauerkraut and a quiche Lorraine.

Sausage slices and raclette cheese can be found at the next booth.

The same buckwheat pancakes and crêpes can be found here.

Guests can find the sweet items here as well, including the candy apple, caramelized peanuts and macarons.

        

Here is a look at the booths in Fantasyland.

           

Thank you to Martin at Martinsvids.net and Rony from dlplicious for the photos of Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand!

We always enjoy the various food booths at Disneyland Paris during Le Rendez-Vous Gourmand and L’Hiver Gourmand.

 

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