Disneyland Paris is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. For the occasion, the amusement park has decided to renew the menu of its restaurants to bring it up to date… and make it greener. Most of the 70 restaurants in the Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios parks, Disney hotels and Disney Village have at least one vegan option on the menu. Most notably, the fast-food restaurants of Europe’s top tourist destination will serve burgers made from meat alternatives signed with Beyond Meat. The Agrabah Café, which serves Middle Eastern-inspired dishes, has several vegan options. As for the famous Walt’s – An American Restaurant, which is scheduled to reopen on April 12, it will offer vegetarian menus, Disneyland Paris says on its website.
Disneyland Paris already offered various vegan dishes or snacks, including churros, a vegan wrap and chili, or a vegan ice cream from the Magnum brand. For its 30th anniversary, the park is expanding its sweet vegan offering with two new 100% vegan cookies. Ultimately, the tourist complex wants to increase vegan options, as is the case in its US parks, in Florida and California.