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Disneyland Paris to launch The Royal Pub

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In addition to adding new attractions around the resort, Disneyland Paris will shortly begin remodelling a new British restaurant design that will debut in Disney Village in February 2023. The renowned Groupe Bertrand, the resort’s longtime partner who oversees other locations in Disney Village and some notable restaurants in Paris, will run The Royal Pub, an entirely new concept, which will provide the best of traditional English cooking.

The current King Ludwig’s Castle restaurant and bar will change as a result of the new idea. The venue will receive a facelift from the construction crews, including modifications to the terrace and exterior (including a new entry), the interior ambiance, and a rebuilt bar area.

Visitors will not won’t want to miss The Royal Pub and its cosy and lively atmosphere during a Disneyland Paris stay, whether its a craving for a tasty finger and comfort food, or simply the desire to have a great selection of craft beers, all-day breakfasts, generous fish & chips, Guinness-braised beef, authentic pies, flatbreads, toasted sandwiches, and salad bowls, or the yummiest desserts in town.

Before it closes on January 8, 2023, fans of King Ludwig’s Castle will have one more chance to visit.

The first significant step in a multiyear transformation plan for an improved guest experience is underway with Groupe Bertrand, who will also operate Rosalie, a brand new French Brasserie for which construction work is about to begin, nearby in Disney Village, as Disneyland Paris continues a multiyear transformation of its parks and hotels. This brand-new family restaurant will have a classy ambiance and stunning lake views when it debuts in late 2023. Throughout this time, The Royal Pub will remain open and carry on changing over time in accordance with this transformation.