Last Updated on May 8, 2023 by admin
If you’re a fan of Disney’s Ratatouille movie, you’ll definitely want to head over to Walt Disney Studios Park at Disneyland Paris. Located within the Worlds of Pixar section of the park, you’ll find Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure ride as well as the restaurant Bistrot Chez Remy. In this article, we’re sharing our full review of both these attractions!
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About Walt Disney Studios Park
Walt Disney Studios Park is one of two parks at Disneyland Paris.
Walt Disney Studios consists of the following components:
- Front Lot
- Toon Studio
- Worlds of Pixar
- Production Courtyard
- Marvel Avengers Campus
The park entrance is marked by the Earffel Tower.
Walt Disney Studios Park opened in 2002.
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Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure
Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure (known in French as Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy) is one of the best rides at Walt Disney Studios.
The ride was completed in 2014. When you approach the ride, it looks as if you are walking through a plaza in the middle of Paris. The exterior of the ride looks just like Gusteau’s restaurant. When you enter the ride, you’ll notice that you’ve been “shrunk” to the size of a rat.
Guests of any height can ride this attraction, so it’s a great option for families with young children. We used Disney Premier Access to skip the line, and it was well worth the money in our opinion. We were able to walk right on.
Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is a trackless 4D ride. You can’t see the tracks in front of you as you glide across the floor. You’ll sit in a rat-shaped vehicle, and you won’t follow the car in front of you at all. So, there is no way to know exactly where you are headed next! That was one of our favorite aspects about this ride. We twirled effortlessly as we glided from room to room.
As you move from room to room, you’ll be “chased” away by the kitchen staff. The attraction uses large 3D screens that are reminiscent of Soarin’.
Once you complete the ride, you’ll exit the rat car and be able to see behind glass panes guests dining at Bistrot Chez Remy. (This part reminds us of how Captain Jacks is located within view of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland Paris.)
After the ride was built in Disneyland Paris, its equivalent was built in Walt Disney World in Florida. We haven’t been to the Florida one yet, but we sure enjoyed this ride at Disneyland Paris! We found the ride to be interesting, fun, and very smooth. I’m a bit prone to motion sickness so I did get a little dizzy with the 3D screens, but I enjoyed it so much that I would definitely go again.
You can read more about Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure on the Disneyland Paris website (linked here).
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Our Review of Bistrot Chez Remy
Bistrot Chez Remy is a restaurant located adjacent to Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure. When you enter the restaurant, you’ll first notice the decor. Everything is extra-large, so it’ll appear as if you’ve shrunk down to the size of a mouse. Giant plates serve as dividers between booths, paper umbrellas tower over tables, and bottle caps are used for chairs. I really liked the giant string lights overhead.
We highly recommend that you make reservations well in advance if you want to dine at this restaurant. We booked our trip to Disneyland Paris last-minute, and unfortunately when we looked there were no reservations available. However, we recommend that you check back frequently. While we were at the park, we noticed that dinner reservations became available the next day. We quickly made reservations and we were excited to be able to visit this restaurant!
The menu is all based on French classic cuisine. We ordered a prix fixe menu that came with a starter, a main course, and a dessert.
Here’s what I ordered:
- Starter: Spelt and Mushroom Salad with Garlic and Parsley, Kitchen Garden Vinaigrette
- Main Course: Grilled Steak, Ratatouille, and French Fries
- Dessert: Bistro Delight, Flaky Pastry, Crispy Vanilla Cream Puffs, Whipped Cream, and Red Berries
Here’s what my husband ordered:
- Starter: Duck with Thyme Flower and Pistachio Pâté en Croute, Fig Jam
- Main Course: Grilled Steak, Ratatouille, and French Fries
- Dessert: Chocolate Lava Cake with a Choc-Milk Caramel Centre, Custard
And our kiddo ordered:
- Starter: Chicken Rillettes with Toast
- Main Course: Linguine Pasta with Tomato Sauce and Ratatouille
- Dessert: Fromage Blanc with Fresh Fruit
Personally, none of us really enjoyed the starters. However, we really enjoyed our main courses. The grilled steak was perfectly cooked and expertly seasoned. They gave us the option of having a sauce on the side, so we asked our server for his recommendation. He highly recommended the melted brie sauce, and it was the perfect pairing. We definitely recommend that you order that sauce! We were also really impressed with the desserts. Each one was fabulous!
We felt that this restaurant was worth the money for both the experience and the food. It was one of our favorite dining experiences at Disneyland Paris.
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Where to Stay at Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris has 7 primary hotels on property:
- Disneyland Hotel
- Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel
- Disney Newport Bay Club
- Disney Hotel Cheyenne
- Disney Sequoia Lodge
- Disney Hotel Santa Fe
- Disney Davy Crockett Ranch
We wrote an in-depth post about the best hotels near Disneyland Paris here. If you’re looking for accommodations, we recommend that you check out that post!
We stayed at the Disney Sequoia Lodge and thought it was a nice place to stay, and it was easy to walk to the parks each morning. You can read more about our stay at the Sequoia Lodge here.
Other Hotel Options
There are also options to stay off-property which are a bit more affordable. If you stay off property, make sure to book your park tickets and make reservations. Here’s a few hotels off-property to consider:
- Campanile Val de France: This 3-star hotel has a free shuttle to the parks, air conditioned rooms, and a small grazing farm to explore.
- Radisson Blu Hotel Paris Marne-la-Vallée: This recently renovated 4-star hotel has modern rooms, a swimming pool, and a free shuttle to the parks.
Grand Magic Hotel Marne La Vallée: The rooms are playfully themed, there’s an indoor pool, and there’s a free shuttle to the parks.
What to Bring to Walt Disney Studios Park
We recommend that you bring the following things while you’re at Disneyland Paris:
- Backpack: Use a backpack to store your water, snacks, and extra clothing layers.
- Cell phone charger: Pack a fully-charged cell-phone battery pack.
- Water bottle: Bring your own water bottle and fill it up throughout the day.
- Ponchos: Make sure you’re prepared if rain comes your way.
- Sunscreen: We couldn’t find sunscreen within the parks, so make sure to bring your own.
- Hand sanitizer: Thousands of people touch the rides every day, so it’s a good idea to sanitize your hands often.
- Disney clothes: Many people dress up in Disney-themed clothes while at the parks. Be sure to pack a few things to wear, and save room to for souvenirs as well!
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do you get reservations at Bistrot Chez Remy?
We recommend that you make reservations at Bistrot Chez Remy as soon as you possibly can. At the time of this writing, you can book reservations up to 2 months in advance of your trip. If there aren’t reservations available, don’t be discouraged. We were able to find available reservations during the actual week of our trip. Sometimes people cancel their reservations, so it’s worth signing onto the app to see if anything becomes available. You might be surprised!
Is Remy from Ratatouille a rat?
Yes, Remy from Ratatouille is a restaurant. Don’t mistake him for a mouse, he is definitely a rat!
What is the Remy ride at Disney?
Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is a 4D trackless ride that was based on Disney’s 2007 movie Ratatouille. Guests enter a rat-shaped vehicle and then move through multiple rooms and 3D screens. The ride was first opened at Disneyland Paris in 2014, and was recently added to Walt Disney World in 2021.
We were excited to experience all things Ratatouille while we were in Walt Disney Studios park at Disneyland Paris. The Parisian plaza, the ride, and the restaurant all perfectly captured the movie. We loved the decor! We can’t wait to visit Epcot next to see this attraction at Walt Disney World in Florida!
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