If you want a great eating experience, it's best to pick your restaurant based on the theme rather than the food. You may not remember your chicken nuggets or pizza slices, but you will remember dining in a room based on Victorian inventions with conceptual art pieces dangling from the ceiling!
Some of the best-themed restaurants in Disneyland Paris are Chuck Wagon Cafe, Parkside Diner, Captain’s Quarters, and Redwood Bar and Lounge. For baked goods, The Cable Car Bake Shop is small but the stained glass lights and cable car artwork make it a hit.
Bistrot Chez Rémy offers delicious food, as well as a fun theme based on the movie Ratatouille. Expect giant silverware, oversized jam jar lids, champagne corks and more all integrated into the environment. You'll need to book ahead.
If you're on a budget, pack snacks and eat dinner early in Disney Village. There are several good budget options here and they're all open late, including Earl of Sandwich, McDonald’s, and Five Guys.