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Annette's Diner in Disney Village

Breakfast at Annette’s Diner in Disney Village at Disneyland Paris

If you want an awesome breakfast in a great little restaurant with the perfect ambience and decor, then look no further than Annette’s Diner in Disney Village at Disneyland Paris. We were thoroughly impressed with Annette’s on our recent visit to Disney’s European Resort, and at €11.99 for a huge breakfast, we couldn’t argue with the price either.

First time visitors to the Resort will be staggered by some of the high food prices around, but breakfast at Annette’s is easily one of the best deals around. It’s nothing fancy, and you could say it borders on the fast food side of things, however, the 50’s diner decor, as well as some awesome music, really complete the package.

Annette's Diner in Disney Village

Whilst the facade doesn’t scream 50’s, Annette’s will catch your eye as you walk past.

Annette's Diner in Disney Village

Jukebox!

Annette's Diner in Disney Village

By no means fancy, but for €12 we weren’t complaining.

Annette's Diner in Disney Village

The decor is great, with a 50’s diner vibe.

Annette's Diner in Disney Village

We thought that they could have done a bit more with the entrance to really bring the place to life.

Annette's Diner in Disney Village

Exterior signage looks messy, which is a shame.

Annette's Diner in Disney Village

Some classic cars try to add a bit of authenticity.

All in all, we were impressed with Annette’s, and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. And if you’re in the brekfast mood, definitely give it a go. Annette’s American Breakfast is served until 12 noon daily, and you get two eggs, bacon, sausage, baked beans, hash browns, two pancakes, coffee and orange juice thrown in. Not bad at all!

Have you eaten at Annette’s Diner in Disney Village? What did you think? Let us know in the comments!

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Luke Dunsmore is a lover of Theme Parks, and is the editor of ThemeParkInvestigator.Com, a news, review and opinion site dedicated to the fascinating World of Theme Parks. He lives in Manchester, UK.


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